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High current inductors with low profile

14 August 2002 Passive Components

BI Technologies' magnetic components division, TT electronics, has introduced a high performance low profile surface mount inductor with a closed magnetic circuit design for high density PC board assemblies. The HM65 series features a ferrite core with low losses and exhibits current capabilities up to 20 A. Specially designed for machine placement, these low-profile inductors are compatible with vapour phase and infrared reflow soldering.

Applications are in laptop and notebook computers, DC/DC converters in distributed power systems and other high current systems. They feature inductance ratings from 1 to 10 µH and from 5 to 20 A (inductance measured at 100 kHz, 0,25 V). DC resistance ranges from 2,5 to 13,5 mOhm, and operating temperatures range from -25 to +135°C.

For more information: Avnet Kopp, 011 809 6100, sales@avnet.co.za, www.avnet.co.za





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