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Inductors

Learn about the design and construction of Vishay’s Haptic Actuator and demo unit which generates simple feedback patterns to show the device’s capabilities. Our standard IHPTs can be customized to meet a wide variety of haptic feedback requirements.
We take a look at the electrical and mechanical specifications of the product series which covers a range of output voltages from 12 V to 24 V. You can also see the results of a circuit level comparison of the two designs.
This animation provides a detailed overview of the packages across the whole IHLP family from the smallest -1212 to the largest -8787 size, it shows the case dimensions and the different heights which are available within the product portfolio.
Widely used for energy storage and high current noise filtering, our power inductors handle high transient current spikes without saturation. The new IHLE series offers superior EMI performance with its integrated E-Field shield.
This demo compares the output noise of the IHLE (e-field shielded) inductor vs. a standard (unshielded) inductor and the IHLP(R) (b-shielded) inductor in your circuit
IHLD, Low Profile, High-Current Dual Inductors, Save Space and Provide Better Performance
A demonstration to show noise suppression capabilities of IHLP power inductors
Demonstrating the efficiency of the IWAS receiving coil for wireless charging from Vishay Dale Inductors
Saturation current demonstration for IHLP® power inductors.
This overview of the IHLP® Series presents capabilities, advantages and applications.
Vishay EFI offers a full range of wire bondable passive components, including thin film resistors, MOS and MNOS capacitors, and thin film spiral inductors, all of which share Vishay EFI's high standards for performance and quality.

Inductors VIDEOS

MTPL Hybrid Planar Transformers for Switch Mode Power Supply Applications


We take a look at the electrical and mechanical specifications of the product series which covers a range of output voltages from 12 V to 24 V. You can also see the results of a circuit level comparison of the two designs.
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