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Operates at 100 Watts, 180°, from 30–1500 MHz

Innovative Power Products IPP-5004, Balun Transformer, 100 W, 180 degree, 30-1500 MHz - RF Cafe

Innovative Power Products IPP-5004 Balun Transformer, 100 W, 180 degree, 30-1500 MHz

IPP-5004 Datasheet s-Parameters - RF Cafe

IPP-5004 Datasheet s-Parameters

Holbrook, New York - November 22, 2022 - Innovative Power Products (IPP), with more than 30 years of experience designing & manufacturing RF & microwave passive components, is pleased to introduce the IPP−5004, a unique 3−port Balun that, as a divider, splits an unbalanced input signal at the sum port J1 into a balanced signal output pair at J2 and J3. The balanced signals are equal in amplitude and have a 180° phase shift between them. As a combiner, the Balun will sum the balanced signal pair into one unbalanced output at the J1 sum port. The IPP-5004's unbalanced impedance at the sum port J1 is 50 ohms and the unbalanced impedances at J2 and J3 are 25 ohms referenced to ground. The operating frequency is 30−1500  MHz with a power rating of 100 W. The insertion loss is less than 0.60 dB, main line VSWR is less than 1.35:1, phase balance is ±7° and amplitude balance is ±0.60 dB. This Balun is produced in a small surface mount (SMD) package with a 1.10" x 1.15" footprint and is available on tape and reel to pick and place for high volume applications. The IPP-5004 is available for both military and commercial use.

In addition to IPP−5004, IPP also offers a variety of 180° baluns. For additional impedance transformations or power ratings, please contact IPP

Electrical Specifications:

Frequency ............................ 300 – 1500 MHz Power................................... 100 Watts CW VSWR ................................... 1.35:1
Insertion Loss ...................... <0.60 dB
Phase Balance........................8° ±7°
Amplitude Balance ................ ±0.60 dB
Impedance ...........        ........ J1: 50 Ω,   J2 & J3: 25 Ω
Operating Temperature ....... -55° to 85°C
Package Size (WxLxH) ......... 1.100" x 1.150" x 0.45"

Applications:

Test and Measurement.

Notes:

Do not exceed 250°C when installing. Finish is Immersion Tin. RoHS Compliant. All models available on tape and reel

For pricing or additional information, please contact the Sales Department at 631−563−0088, or mail us at sales@innovativepp.com.

 

About Innovative Power Products

Innovative Power Products, Inc. has over 35 years of experience designing and manufacturing RF and Microwave Passive Components. Our high power, broadband couplers, combiners, resistors, baluns, terminations and attenuators are fabricated using the latest materials and design tools available, resulting in unrivaled product performance. Our ISO 9001:2008 registered quality system assures our customers of a reliable product for their application.

Innovative Power Products' broadband products are used around the world in RF and Microwave applications in military, medical, industrial and commercial markets. Innovative Power Products, Inc. is quickly becoming a market leader by offering our customers competitive prices, fast delivery worldwide and outstanding customer service. All of the products listed on our web site link to detailed mechanical drawings that contain electrical specifications as well as performance data and S-Parameters when available.

 

Contact Info:

Innovative Power Products
1170-8 Lincoln Avenue
Holbrook, New York  11741  USA
Phone: 631-563-0088

E-Mail: sales@innovativepp.com

Web: www.innovativepp.com

 

 

Posted November 23, 2022

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