High current inductor is optimised for Class D amplifiers
Designed for audio amplifiers, the WE-HIDA high-current inductor storage choke, released by Würth Elektronik is characterised by low core losses, very low DC resistances from 2.5 to 14.8 mOhm and high saturation currents. The WE-HIDA is available as a single inductor and also in two-in-one designs (in 1415 and 1521 package sizes) for compact bridge tied load (BTL) applications.
In order to achieve the lowest possible total harmonic distortion in audio applications, the inductance values have been selected to suit the most common filter topologies and have also been specifically tested. The through hole technology, high current inductor is offered in 1415, 1480, 1521, 1715 and 3119 packages. There is a choice of versions with saturation currents from 6.5 to 58A. The operating temperature is specified for -40 to +125 degrees C.
All chokes are available from stock without a minimum order quantity. Free samples are available on request.
The Würth Elektronik eiSos Group manufactures electronic and electromechanical components for the electronics industry. Würth Elektronik eiSos says it is one of the largest European manufacturers of passive components and is active in 50 countries. Production sites in Europe, Asia and North America supply a number of customers worldwide.
The product range includes EMC components, inductors, transformers, RF components, varistors, capacitors, resistors, quartz crystals, oscillators, power modules, wireless power transfer, LEDs, sensors, connectors, power supply elements, switches, pushbuttons, connection technology, fuse holders and solutions for wireless data transmission.
Catalogue components are available from stock without minimum order quantity. The company also offers free samples and support through technical sales staff and selection tools.
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Würth Elektronik is part of the Würth Group, the assembly and fastening technology company.