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A part of an electrical circuit known as an inductor stores energy in its magnetic field. By storing electrical energy before supplying it to the circuit to control current flow, inductors transform electrical energy into magnetic energy. This implies that as the current increases, so does the magnetic field.
The Global Power Inductors for IoT Devices and Portable Electronics market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
To broaden its IHHP family of ultra-thin, high current power inductors, Vishay Intertechnology announced the launch of three different compact devices with the overall dimensions IHHP-0603ZH-01, IHHP-0805ZH-01, and IHHP-0806ZH-01. Low DCR and low core loss are features of the Vishay Dale IHHP-0603ZH-01, IHHP-0805ZH-01, and IHHP-0806ZH-01, and the maximum height is only 0.8.
The most contemporary gadgets can be used as power modules and DC/DC converters for laptops, tablets, the Internet of Things, and other portable battery-operated electronics. The power inductor is constructed of a quiet magnetic alloy. The usage of magnetic shielding blocks interference from external hardware.
IHHP-0603ZH-01, IHHP-0805ZH-01, and IHHP-0806ZH-01 have maximum DCRs of 24 m, 5.2 A for saturation current, and 4.9 A for temperature increase current, respectively. The gadget is packaged with a 100% lead-free (Pb) iron powder alloy composite shielding structure that complies with RoHS regulations and functions between -55°C and +125°C.
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