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Modelithics and Coilcraft offer New Microwave Global Models for high frequency conical inductors

Modelithics Inc. and Coilcraft Inc. have teamed to develop two new Microwave Global Models™ for the Coilcraft BCL and BCR RF and microwave inductor families. Modelithics Microwave Global Models are high-accuracy equivalent circuit models that cover an entire component series within a single model.


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Coilcraft introduces new high current inductors for high frequency applications

Coilcraft's new SLR Family of high current, shielded power inductors is offered with current ratings up to 100 amps and inductance values from 85 to 370 nH, making it suitable for high frequency applications such as multi-phase VRM/VRD/EVRD regulators, Intel™ IMVP compatible systems, and GPUs/video graphic cards. The inductors also feature a tight DCR tolerance (±5.4% to ±10%) for lossless, inductor DCR-based current sensing.


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Coilcraft to showcase broadband conical inductors at IMS2015

Coilcraft will be highlighting their newly expanded line of BCL/BCR Series conical inductors at IMS 2015 next week in Phoenix, Arizona. The products are offered in two configurations. The BCR Series has a full-length cap to protect the coil and provide a large surface for pick and place. The BCL Series features “flying leads” to allow precise positioning and adjustment of the mounting angle.


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Coilcraft's low profile shielded power inductors offer DCR as low as 7.06 mOhms

Coilcraft's XFL6012 series of shielded power inductors combine excellent current handling and exceptionally low DC resistance in a rugged, low-profile package. Measuring just 6.56 x 6.36 mm with a maximum height of only 1.2 mm, the XFL6012 Series provides exceptionally low DC resistance (7.06 mOhms) and current ratings as high as 14.3 Amps.


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