제품

전력

트랜스포머

자동차용

리소스

모델 및 레이아웃 도구

비디오 라이브러리

Cx Family Common Mode Chokes

0402CT Low Profile Chip Inductors

XAL7050 High-inductance Shielded Power Inductors

XGL4020 Ultra-low DCR Power Inductors

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품질

품질 인증

안전 인증

- inductance value (L)
- dc resistance (DCR)
- rms current (Irms)
- temperature rise (due to current and resistance)
- peak / saturation current (Ipk or Isat)
- self resonant frequency (SRF)
- voltage / isolation between wires / safety

When connecting two equal-turn windings in parallel on the same core, the

When connecting two equal windings in series, the combined

The amount of current flowing through the series combination that causes the same temperature rise as the parallel combination is calculated as follows:

rearranged in the form

Where:

and it is assumed that:

With two equal windings in parallel, Isat is the same as that of one winding. With two equal windings in series, the number of turns is doubled, which doubles

When wires are bifilar wound, the isolation between them will be quite small, and not routinely tested. Therefore, it is recommended that sufficient testing of samples be performed to verify a safe isolation voltage for the application.

- Assistance with Safety Agency Approvals
- Basics of Inductor Selection (from Electronic Design magazine)
- Calibration, Compensation, and Correlation
- Current and Temperature Ratings
- Getting Started: An Introduction to Inductor Specifications
- Hipot Testing of Magnetic Components
- How Current and Power Relates to Losses and Temperature Rise
- Measuring Self Resonant Frequency
- Operating Voltage for Inductors
- Selecting Current Sensors and Transformers
- Simulation Model Considerations: Part I
- Simulation Model Considerations: Part II
- S-parameters for High-frequency Circuit Simulations
- Testing Inductors at Application Frequencies
- Working Voltage Ratings Applied to Inductors

- PCB Washing and Coilcraft Parts
- Selecting Flux for Soldering Coilcraft Components
- Soldering Surface Mount Components

- Broadband Chokes for Bias Tee Applications
- Inductors as RF Chokes
- Key Parameters for Selecting RF Inductors

- Beyond the Data Sheet: The Need for Smarter Power Inductor Specification Tools
- Choosing Inductors for Energy Efficient Power Applications
- Current Sense Transformers for Switched-mode Power Supplies
- Determining Inductor Power Losses
- Ferrite Vs Pressed Powder-core Inductors
- Forward or Flyback? Which is Better?
- Notes on Thermal Aging in Inductor Cores
- Selecting Coupled Inductors for SEPIC Applications
- Selecting Inductors to Drive LEDs
- Selecting the Best Inductor for Your DC-DC Converter
- Structured Design of Switching Power Transformers
- Transformers for SiC FETs

- Coilcraft LC Filter Reference Design
- Common Mode Filter Design Guide
- Common Mode Filter Inductor Analysis
- Data Line Filtering
- Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Compliance
- Passive LC Filter Design and Analysis
- Selecting Common Mode Filter Chokes for High Speed Data Interfaces

- Applying Statistical Techniques to the Design of Custom Magnetics
- Choosing Power Inductors for LiDAR Systems
- Coilcraft Conical Inductors
- Designing a 9th Order Elliptical Filter for MoCA® Applications
- Measuring Sensitivity of Transponder Coils
- Power-handling Capabilities of Inductors
- Signal Transformer Application
- Transponder Coils in an RFID System
- Using Baluns and RF Components for Impedance Matching