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High-current inductor touts compact housing

Posted: 08 Jul 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:high-current inductor? voltage regulator module?

Vishay Intertechnology Inc. announced an IHLP low profile, high-current inductor in the 2020 case size.

The compact IHLP-2020BZ-01 offers a 5.18mm x 5.49mm footprint and ultralow 2mm profile, with a high maximum frequency and standard inductance values from 0.1?H through 10?H.

With a frequency range up to 5MHz, the IHLP inductor serves as a high-performing, space- and power-saving product for voltage regulator module (VRM) and DC/DC converter applications in products. These include next-generation mobile devices; notebooks, desktop PCs, servers, graphic cards, portable gaming devices, personal navigation systems, personal multimedia devices, and automotive systems; low profile, high-current power supplies and point of load converters; distributed power systems; and FPGAs.

The IHLP-2020BZ-01 offers an inductance range from 0.10?H to 10?H, a saturation current range from 4A up to 45A, typical DCR from 3.6m次 to 184.0m次, and maximum DCR from 3.9m次 to 199.0m次.

The inductor handles high transient current spikes without hard saturation. Packaged in an RoHS-compliant, 100 percent Pb-free shielded, composite construction that reduces buzz noise to ultralow levels, the device is specified for an operating temperature range of -55∼C to 125∼C, with high resistance to thermal shock, moisture, mechanical shock and vibration.

Pricing in 10,000-piece quantities is 40 cents per piece. Samples and production quantities of the new inductor are available now, with lead times of 10 to 12 weeks for large orders (for U.S. delivery only).

- Ismini Scouras
eeProductCenter





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