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Coilcraft tweaks power inductors for servers, LED drivers

26 Sep 2013  | Christoph Hammerschmidt

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Coilcraft has launched its latest SER80xx series high current shielded power inductors. The company's latest inductors are available in two versions, one providing exceptionally low DC resistance and the other offering saturation current ratings up to 53A. Coilcraft's latest power inductors can be used in a wide range of applications, including distributed DC power systems, graphics cards, high brightness LED drivers, servers and networking equipment.

Designed for applications with high average current (up to 13A rms), the low DCR version is available with eight inductance values from 0.50µH to 10.0µH, with max DCR as low as 2.5mΩ.

The high Isat version offers saturation current ratings up to 53A, making it ideal for high peak current applications (up to 53A peak). It too is offered in eight inductance values ranging from 0.20µH to 4.0µH.

Both versions are RoHS compliant and 260°C compatible. They have a 8.8x8.5mm footprint and feature a third terminal for stable board mounting.

Further information regarding Coilcraft's high current shielded power inductors can be found here.

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