IPLA 32 series high current planar choke inductor

Vishay Intertechnology announces a new high current planar choke inductor that offers the same performance as wirewound devices in a fraction of the space

Vishay IPLA 32 Series High Current Planar Choke Inductor

Vishay Intertechnology announces a new high current planar choke inductor that offers the same performance as wirewound devices in a fraction of the space. The new IPLA 32 measures just 31 mm by 43 mm by 22.2 mm but is rated for currents up to 110 A, allowing high power density DC/DC converters to occupy a significantly smaller footprint.

  • Enable more compact and lightweight DC/DC circuitry
  • Features a high self-resonance frequency and very stable performance versus temperature
  • In addition to the standard versions, the IPLA 32 has been the basis for numerous custom products with various pin-out designs, current ratings, and inductance values
  • 3D models are available to assist the design-in process

 

Features

  • For high power density DC/DC converter application
  • High current capabilities
  • Very stable performances versus temperature
  • Very compact design (low profile and weight)
  • Low EMI, magnetically shielded
  • High self-resonance frequency
  • Recommended frequency range (100 kHz; 800 kHz)
  • Operating temperature range: -55 °C; 125 °C with heatsink dissipation
  • Flexible pin out design (tapped output terminals,layout, …)
  • Material temperature grade: 180 °C
  • Custom design on request

 

Applications

  • DC/DC converters in electric and hybrid cars
  • Off-road vehicles including forklifts
  • All manner of embedded systems

Vishay IPLA 32 High Current Planar Choke Inductor | Avnet Abacus

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