The Difference between Laminated Chip Inductors and Wound Chip Inductors

Published by: cathy on 9th Jun 2017 | View all blogs by cathy

Chip power inductors , also known as surface mount inductors, are used for surface mount a new generation of leadless, short lead micro inductor components, with a small thin, high resonant frequency, Q value is high, suitable for placement technology The Chip inductors according to the manufacturing process is divided into: winding, laminated, woven and thin film type, commonly used is winding and laminated. What are they different?

Laminated chip inductor with good magnetic shielding, high sintering density, strong mechanical, easy to install, reliable, heat, anti-interference characteristics. The difference between a laminated chip inductor and a wound chip inductor The difference between a laminated chip inductor and a wound chip inductor

Wound Chip Inductors by power inductors manufacturers : Chip inductors with ferrite cores are suitable for medium and low frequency circuits. Skeletal materials are ceramic, lu or hollow chip inductors for high frequency, UHF ), Very high frequency (VHF) circuits. Applicable to high-frequency, ultra-high frequency circuit inductance inductance is usually 0.1 ~ 1000¦ÌH, suitable for VHF circuit inductance is usually 1.5 ~ 100nH.

Laminated chip inductors compared with the wound chip inductors: small size, which will help miniaturize the product; magnetic circuit closed, will not interfere with the normal operation of the surrounding components, nor by the impact of adjacent components , Is conducive to the high-density components installed. The disadvantage is low yield, high cost, inductance is small, Q value is low.

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