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High-temperature toroidal inductor

11 June 2008 Passive Components

Vishay has announced a new toroidal, high-current, high-temperature inductor that offers high rated and saturation current, and low inductance and DCR.

With a high operating temperature rating to +200°C and a toroidal design to reduce EMI, the new TJ3-HT inductor is optimised for switching power supplies, EMI/RFI filtering, and output chokes in automotive, and deep well drilling products.

The low-cost device offers designers horizontal and vertical mount options to optimise the PCB layout. With 10 standard inductance values to choose from, the inductor features a maximum DCR range from 0,108 Ω down to 0,0016 Ω when vertically mounted, and 0,118 Ω to 0,002 Ω when horizontally mounted.

The TJ3-HT offers a wide inductance range from 100 ìH down to 0,39 μH, with a high rated current from 2,25 A up to 32 A, and saturation current from 1,15 A up to 23 A. The inductor provides low magnetic radiation and is RoHS compliant. Custom values and current ratings are available upon request.



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