Power Dense Inductors for Automotive, Industrial, Lighting, Computing and Portable Designs
Abracon, LLC announced a new series of power inductors designed to meet the power delivery requirements of a range of advanced applications including automotive, industrial, lighting, motor control, servers, computing, networking, drones, robotics and the Internet of Things (IoT).
“New applications from a few Amperes to tens of Amperes demand smaller footprints resulting in higher power density and more self-heating than ever before,” says Juan Conchas, Director of Marketing with Abracon. “In high power applications the inductor inevitably self-heats. This wave of new inductors enables higher power delivery in smaller footprints while tolerating more heat.”
The ASPIAIG-Fx, ASPIAIG-Sx, ASPIAIG-Qx are automotive grade inductors suitable for high current applications such as LED lighting, headlamp, motor control, solar, micro-inverter, power tools, motor control, industrial robotics and power supply applications rated up to 55A with 118A saturation current.
The automotive grade inductors support AEC-Q200 grade 0 or 1 (-55°C to 155°C or -40°C to +125°C), PPAP level 3 and TS-16949 qualified manufacturing. The ASPIAIG-Qx series meets the widest temperature range of -55°C to 155°C. The SPIAIG-F1040 and ASPIAIG-F1265 meet -55°C to 125°C. The ASPIAIG-FLR4020, ASPIAIG-F5020, ASPIAIG-F5030, ASPIAIG-F6030, ASPIAIG-F6050, ASPIAIG-F7020, ASPIAIG-F7030 and ASPIAIG-S4035 series meets -40°C to 125°C.
The ASMPL multilayer chip inductors rated up to 3.1A with 0.47µH inductance offer a small 1.6 x 0.8mm footprint and low 0.5mm profile for portable, wearable and IoT applications. This series ranges in value from 0.47µH to 4.7µH with current rating from 3.1A to 0.95A.
The ASMPM multilayer chip inductors with range in value from 0.22µH to 2.2µH in a 2.0 x 1.25mm footprint supporting up to 1.2A current rating. The ASMPM-0806 series tolerates substantial self-heating in a small 2.0 x 1.6mm footprint supporting operation from -40°C to 125°C.
Samples and inventory are available now.