Commercial IHLP inductor in 7575 package meets commercial applications
Suitable for computer, telecommunications and industrial applications, Vishay Dale’s IHLP 7575GZ-51 commercial IHLP inductor is now available from Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente. The inductor operates at high temperatures up to +155 degrees C. Its 7575 packaging offers up to 30 per cent smaller DC resistance (DCR) values and up to 35 per cent higher current carrying capacity compared to components in the 6767 package. It also offers a 50 per cent cost savings potential compared to those in the 8787 package, adds the company.
Vishay Intertechnology claims to be the first manufacturer to introduce a low profile IHLP high current inductor for commercial applications in a 7575 size composite package, measuring 19 x 19 x 7.0mm.
The lead-free, shielded composite package minimises acoustic noise. It features high thermal shock, humidity and shock resistance, as well as a high tolerance to high peak currents, says Rutronik. The inductor is RoHS-compliant and halogen-free.
The inductor has been optimised for DC/DC converter applications up to 2.0MHz and high current filter applications up to the component‘s self-resonant frequency (SRF) of 4.4 to 50.0MHz. Typical applications include notebooks, desktop computers and servers, low profile high current power supplies, PoL converters, battery powered devices, distributed power systems and FPGAs.
Inductance ranges from 0.56 to 33 microH and DCR is typically 1.02 to 25.2 mOhm and 1.09 to 27.0 mOhm max.
Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente claims to be one of the leading distributors in Europe. It has over 80 local offices around the globe and supplies semiconductors, passive and electromechanical components as well as boards, storage, displays and wireless products. The distributor’s primary target markets are the automotive, medical, industrial, home appliance, energy and lighting industries.
The distributor has Embedded, Smart, Power and Automotive ranges to provide customers with specific products and services in groups tailored to the respective applications. Expert technical support for product development and design-in, individual logistics and supply chain management are also offered.
Founded in 1973 by Helmut Rudel in Ispringen, Germany, the company employs more than 1,800 people worldwide and its rutronik24.com e-commerce platform gives users access to the online catalogue, procurement and product change notifications as well as an overview of products including detailed datasheets, and intelligent search functions.