Inductors Feature Short Lead Times

To provide faster access to its IHLP low profile, high-current inductors, Vishay Intertechnology offers alternative versions of its commercial style IHLP inductors with shorter lead times of 8 to 10 weeks. The devices offer alternatives to Vishay's commercial, standard IHLP inductors that currently have extended lead times.

 

Manufactured on separate, dedicated production lines, the device lineup consists of over 100 inductor part numbers in the 1616, 2020, 2525, and 4040 case sizes. These devices are targeted for commercial applications and are equivalent in fit, form, and function to standard IHLP inductors but may show slight deviation in datasheet parameters. For more details, checkout a complete list of part numbers and specifications. Of course, you can also peruse the datasheet.

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