1. IEC 60950-1 Has Been Replaced. What Does That Mean for Rubadue Products?

    For many years, IEC 60950-1 and its UL equivalent, UL 60950-1, have served as the governing safety standards for Information Technology Equipment (ITE), or more simply put, consumer electronics and electronic components. As of December 20th, 2020 though, IEC 60950-1 was replaced by IEC 62368-1 and U…Read More

  2. Insulated Winding Wire 101: Selecting an Insulated Winding Wire Part II: Electrical Properties

    When designing or selecting an insulated winding wire for use in a wound component, it is important to consider all of the following:  What is the range of operating temperatures that the product will see in your application?  What temperatures will the wire be subjected to in downstream manufac…Read More

  3. Litz Wire 102: What grade of magnet wire is right for your Litz wire application?

      When designing or selecting a Litz wire conductor for use in a winding, it is important to consider which grades of Litz wire are likely to be the most appropriate for your application. Not all Litz wires are created equal, and different grades of magnet wire can offer a variety of advantages…Read More