New Edge-Wound Low Profile Inductor with 230A Saturation Current for High Current Applications

New Edge-Wound Low Profile Inductor with 230A Saturation Current for High Current Applications

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ByDinesh Kumar 0

Vishay Dale IHDF-1300AE-10 Edge-Wound Through-Hole Inductor

Vishay Intertechnology has introduced Vishay Dale IHDF-1300AE-10, a new IHDF edge-wound, through-hole inductor with rated current up to 72 A and saturation current up to 230 A. With a low profile of 15.4mm max, the new inductor operates at a demanding temperature range of -55 °C to +125 °C with low AC and DC power losses and excellent heat dissipation. With its low DCR of 1.1mΩ (maximum), the device minimizes the losses and improves rated current performance for increased efficiency.

 

Specifications of IHDF-1300AE-10

Case Size 1300
Profile (mm) 15.4
Inductance (µH) 1.0 to 10
DCR max. (mΩ) 0.79 to 1.11
Heat rating current (A) 58 to 72
Saturation current (A) 35 to 230
SRF typ. (MHz) 9 to 39

 

The IHDF-1300AE-10 offers a 75% higher saturation current when compared with the other competitive ferrite based solutions. With the operating voltage of 500VDC, the device is ideal for DC/DC converters, inverters, motor noise suppression, and high power switch mode power supplies in high current, high-temperature applications, including industrial solar systems and charging stations for electric vehicles, as well as military defense systems. The low profile package of the device allows designers to meet harsh mechanical shock and vibration requirements while minimizing board height to save space.

 

The IHDF-1300AE-10’s mounting orientation, termination type, nominal inductance, and isolation voltage rating can be customized on request. To reduce the risk of whisker growth, the inductor features hot-dipped tin plating. The device is RoHS-compliant, halogen-free and Vishay Green. For more information about IHDF-1300AE-10 visit the product page on the official website of Vishay Technologies.

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