The new Common Mode Chokes from KEMET for automotive applications

With carbon-neutral efforts accelerating on a global scale, the share of electric vehicles on our roads is expected to increase in similarly rapid fashion. As EMC measures for automotive products become a necessity, high-quality BEVs and PHEVs are a must-have.

SCF-XV, SCR-XV & SCT-XV common mode line filters are ideal for EMC countermeasures in automotive applications. Its broad product portfolio allows for the selection of the most suitable specification for each application within the standard range. It also can withstand voltage of 1,000 V AC/DC to meet the higher voltage requirements of automotive batteries.


With an increase in BEVs and PHEVs in the automotive market, there is a need for higher voltage componentry. KEMET’s SCF-XV and SCT-XV series offer solutions for this need.

Significant benefits include:

   • Ultra high inductance and permeability with SCR-XV
   • High inductance with SCR-XV
   • High heat resistance with SCT-XV
   • Operating temperature range from -40°C to +150°C with SCF-XV and SCT-XV
   • Rated voltage up to 1,000 V
   • Rated current from 5 A to 35 A
   • Fully AEC Q200 qualified

KEMET’s SCF-XV and SCT-XV series can provide optimal EMI performance for automotive products, where electrification is accelerating.

Download datasheet Download datasheet Download datasheet

See related product


KEMET Corporation Common Mode Chokes - CMCs View

Related news articles

Latest News

Sorry, your filter selection returned no results.

We've updated our privacy policy. Please take a moment to review these changes. By clicking I Agree to Arrow Electronics Terms Of Use  and have read and understand the Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy.

Our website places cookies on your device to improve your experience and to improve our site. Read more about the cookies we use and how to disable them here. Cookies and tracking technologies may be used for marketing purposes.
By clicking “Accept”, you are consenting to placement of cookies on your device and to our use of tracking technologies. Click “Read More” below for more information and instructions on how to disable cookies and tracking technologies. While acceptance of cookies and tracking technologies is voluntary, disabling them may result in the website not working properly, and certain advertisements may be less relevant to you.
We respect your privacy. Read our privacy policy here