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Bourns® High Current Shielded SMD Power Inductors feature high saturation current.

Power Inductors - SMD High Current, Shielded

Bourns® High Current Shielded SMD Power Inductors have carbonyl powder, iron powder, and metal alloy powder cores.

SMD power inductors used in the power supply interface and at the CAN transceiver should be shielded surface mount components capable of handling high current. High current shielded SMD power inductor's shielded housing helps achieve the low EMI levels required in automotive designs. Bourns® SRP family of SMD power inductors combines flat wire technology and a powdered iron core to achieve a compact and efficient package. The flat wire in the high current shielded SMD power inductor exhibits increased conductivity due to maximizing the use of its surface area, thus making it capable of handling high frequency switching.

Obsolete Products marked with this symbol are currently available, although not recommended for new designs. 

Mineral Source Reporting for Power Inductors: CFSI_CMRT4-01

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Series SRP1245A
Data Sheet SRP1245A
Photo SRP1245A_part
Shielded Yes
Size 13.5 x 12.5 x 4.8 mm
Inductance Range 0.20 - 22 µH
Current Range 6.5 - 52 A
Related Documents SRP1245A
Design Files Downloads
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SRP1245A Models

SRP1245A-100M
SRP1245A-180M
SRP1245A-1R0M
SRP1245A-1R2M
SRP1245A-1R5M
SRP1245A-1R8M
SRP1245A-2R2M
SRP1245A-3R3M
SRP1245A-4R7M
SRP1245A-5R6M
SRP1245A-6R0M
SRP1245A-6R8M
SRP1245A-8R2M
SRP1245A-R22M
SRP1245A-R33M
SRP1245A-R47M
SRP1245A-R56M
SRP1245A-R68M
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