```SMT Power Inductors
Wire Wound
Ruggedized for the Military and Aerospace Industries
Height: 0.480” MAX
Footprint: 0.75” x 0.875”
Maximum Reflow Temperature: 235°C
MSL: 1
Electrical Specifications @ 25°C - Operating Temperature -55°C to +125°C
Part Number
Inductance
@0A dc
(µH ±10%)
Inductance
@ Irated
(µH TYP)
Irated1
DCR
(mΩ±10%)
PL2089
PL2131
PL2141
16.0
41.00
57.8
16.0
40.00
57.8
9.9
6.0
5.0
9.1
23.10
34.5
Notes
1. The rated current as listed is either the saturation current or the heating current
depending on which value is lower.
2. The saturation current is the typical current which causes theinductance to drop by
20% at the stated ambient temperatures (25°C and 100°C). This current is determined
by placing the component in the specified ambient environment
and applying a short
duration pulse current (to eliminate self-heating effects) to the component.
3. The heating current is the DC current which causes the part temperature
to increase by approximately 40°C.
4. In high volt*time applications, additional heating in the component can occur due
PL2085/PL2131/PL2141
Mechanicals
100°C
12
7.3
6.2
11
6.0
5
9.9
6.2
5.1
Core Loss
Factor
K2
258
413
490
DB (Gauss) = K2 * DI
1.63 * DB2.62
Core Loss (W) = 1.5E-13 * (Freq_kHz)
5. The temperature of the component (ambient plus temperature
rise) must be within
the stated operating temperature range.
6. RoHS compliant version (100% pure Sn leads) available. Add suffix NL
to the part
number.
25°C
Heating3
Current IDC
(A TYP)
to core losses in the inductor which may neccessitate derating the current in order
to limit the temperature rise of the component. To determine the approximate total
losses (or temperature rise) for a given application, the coreloss and temperature rise
formula can be used:
Saturation2 Current Isat
(A TYP)
6
Lead Finish . . . . . .
. . . Sn63/Pb37
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 grams
PAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70/tray
Dimensions:
Inches
mm
Unless otherwise specified, all tolerances
are ± .010
0,25
Schematics
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