Inductor supplies high-current power with low DC resistance

01-07-2021 | New Yorker Electronics | Passives

New Yorker Electronics has released the Sumida DEP1623 Ferrite Core PIN Power Inductor. The device offers a high-current power supply and low DC resistance. This Inductor is wound by flat wire and constructed with the Mn-Zn ferrite core. It is generally utilised in digital amplifier filters in home theatres and large LCDs.

The inductor also offers a Ferrite core construction for low losses at high frequencies. It is magnetically shielded to block external magnetism to the inductor and any external effects of the inner magnetism for low radiation noise. It has an operating temperature range of -40C to +125C (including coil’s self-temperature rise) and a Moisture Sensitivity Level of 1. The unit is 27.2mm x 16.9mm x 22.7mm and weighs 9.85g.

Inductance ranges are from 3.30uH to 22.0uH, with its DCR at 2.53mOhm 20C. The product is RoHS compliant and halogen-free.

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