Fixed Inductors

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Type Material - Core Inductance Tolerance Current Rating (Amps) Current - Saturation Shielding Q @ Freq Frequency - Self Resonant Operating Temperature Inductance Frequency - Test Mounting Type Package / Case Supplier Device Package Height - Seated (Max)

Questions with Fixed Inductors

  • Ask: What is an inductor used for?

    Answer: fixed inductor. [¦fikst in′dək·tər] (electricity) An inductor whose coils are wound in such a manner that the turns remain fixed in position with respect to each other, and which either has no magnetic core or has a core whose air gap and position within the coil are fixed.

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  • Ask: What are the different types of inductors?

    Answer: Inductors are primarily used in electrical power and electronic devices for these major purposes: Choking, blocking, attenuating, or filtering/smoothing high frequency noise in electrical circuits. Storing and transferring energy in power converters (dc-dc or ac-dc)

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  • Ask: What happens when an inductor saturates?

    Answer: This essentially means that when the DC current in the inductor reaches the saturation current value, the inductance value has decreased by a certain percentage (generally 30%). It implies that the saturation entry point is arbitrary and may vary from one manufacturer to another.

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  • Ask: What is an inductor and how does it work?

    Answer: An inductor is a passive electronic component which is capable of storing electrical energy in the form of magnetic energy. Basically, it uses a conductor that is wound into a coil, and when electricity flows into the coil from the left to the right, this will generate a magnetic field in the clockwise direction.