Abracon | Why Automotive Common Mode Chokes?

Filter Power & Signal Noise in Automotive and Industrial Applications

Abracon’s latest Common Mode Chokes (CMCs) are available for both Power and Signal Line applications. Additionally, the signal line CMCs can support noise filtering in CAN, CAN-FD, and Ethernet data transmissions.

The applications where these chokes can broadly serve include automotive, industrial, IIoT, and Networking & Telecom.


  • High reliability
  • Wide impedance availability
  • Low profile
  • Superior noise suppression
  • Shielded magnetics


  • Advanced Automotive Driver Assistant Systems
  • Infotainment
  • TPMS
  • Distance, motor & transmission controllers
  • On-board diagnostics
  • Metering instrumentation

For more information, contact your local Abracon Representative or review our product information here: Abracon Automotive Common Mode Chokes

About Abracon, LLC | Innovation For Tomorrow's Designs

Headquartered outside of Austin, Texas, Abracon is a trusted supplier of leading-edge and innovative electronic components including Frequency Control, Timing, Power, Magnetics, RF and Antenna solutions. Servicing world-class companies across the data communication, transportation, industrial, medical, consumer, aerospace, and defense industries, Abracon accelerates customers’ time-to-market by providing unmatched product solutions, technical expertise, and service excellence.

Learn more at www.abracon.com

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