High-Power Shielded Inductors

May 25, 2006
The HM69 Series high-power shielded inductors are for computer and networking applications, including high-frequency, high-current switching power supplies, point-of-load devices, and multiphase voltage-regulator modules.

The units have inductances of 25 to 300 nH at 100 kHz. Their typical dc resistance goes from 0.17 to 0.45 mΩ at 25°C. Rated current ranges from 18 to 70 Adc. The inductors feature Class F, 155°C insulation, and are RoHS compliant.

BI Technologies, 4200 Bonita Place, Fullerton, CA 92835, (714) 447-2759, bitechnologies.com

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