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High-current power inductors cut space in portable devices

07 Apr 2016

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Vishay Intertechnology Inc. has expanded its IHHP series of low-profile, high-current power inductors with two devices in the compact 3mm x 3mm 1212 case size. Offering a range of inductance values from 0.33μH to 10μH and low profiles of 0.8mm and 1mm, respectively, the Vishay Dale IHHP-1212ZH-01 and IHHP-1212AZ-01 are intended to minimise space and increase efficiency in portable devices, detailed the company.

Vishay Dale IHHP-1212ZH-01 and IHHP-1212AZ-01

The inductors are optimised for DC/DC converters and power supply modules for notebooks, tablets and other handheld, battery-powered electronics. The magnetic-alloy power inductors offer low acoustic noise and provide magnetic shielding to prevent interference with nearby components.

The IHHP-1212ZH-01 and IHHP-1212AZ-01 feature maximum DCR down to 23mΩ, high saturation current to 6.5A, and a heat rating current up to 6A. The devices operate over a temperature range from -55°C to 125°C and are packaged in an RoHS-compliant, 100 per cent lead (Pb)-free shielded construction.

Samples and production quantities of the inductors are available with lead times of 10 weeks for large orders.

Datasheet: (IHHP-1212AZ-01), (IHHP-1212ZH-01)

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