Industrial Electronics

New Yorker Electronics releases new inductor for high-reliability applications

24 February 2020

New Yorker Electronics has released the new Vishay Dale IHDF-1300AE-10 edge-wound, through-hole inductor for industrial and military applications. Featuring ferrite core technology and a low 15.4 mm maximum profile, Source: New Yorker Electronics Source: New Yorker Electronics the Vishay Dale IHDF-1300AE-10 operates over a demanding temperature range of -55° C to 125° C.

The series demonstrates low AC and DC power losses and excellent heat dissipation, with rated current up to 72 A and saturation currents up to 230 A. The edge-wound coil of the device provides low DC resistance of 1.1 mΩ maximum, which minimizes losses and improves rated current performance for increased efficiency. Compared to competing ferrite-based solutions, the Vishay IHDF-1300AE-10 offers a 75% higher saturation current. The device’s low profile package allows designers and customers of New Yorker Electronics to meet harsh mechanical shock and vibration requirements, while minimizing board height to save space.

With an operating voltage up to 500 V DC, the device is ideal for DC/DC converters, inverters, and motor and switching noise suppression, and high power switch mode power supplies (SMPS) 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 (15.4 mm) package allows designers to meet harsh mechanical shock and vibration requirements, while minimizing board height to save space.

Vishay can customize the IHDF-1300AE-10’s mounting orientation, termination type, nominal inductance and isolation voltage rating 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.

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