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Items Tagged with 'inductors'

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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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Pulse Electronics introduces SMT Power Inductors for small electronic devices

Pulse Electronics Corp. announces the release of a family of six new ultra-low profile SMT shielded inductors for compact point-of-load and mobile devices. With mounted height profiles of 1.0 to 3.2 mm, these inductors are ideal for today's mobile computing, home automation, portable POS and other small handheld devices.


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Vishay Intertechnology launches two new IHLP low-profile, high-current inductors

Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. launched two new IHLP® low-profile, high-current inductors in the 2020 case size with high operating temperatures to +155 °C. Offering low profiles of 3 mm, the Vishay Dale IHLP-2020CZ-51 and automotive-grade IHLP-2020CZ-5A provide a wide range of inductance values from 0.22 to 15 µH.


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Pulse Electronics offers high frequency multilayer ceramic chip inductors

 Pulse Electronics Corp., a leading provider of electronic components, has extended its inductor product offerings with a new line of high frequency multilayer ceramic chip inductors. These RF ceramic inductors have low DC resistance, high Q values at higher frequencies, high self-resonant frequency, and high reliability. These new inductors can be used in wireless devices, broadband circuits, RFID devices, RF transceivers, modules, and medical devices. 


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