Metal Alloy power inductors feature our Metal Alloy cores. Murata’s proprietary techniques provide high quality, high reliability, and high durability, and using low-core loss materials allows us to achieve higher circuit efficiencies.
Read on to learn about the features of Metal Alloy power inductors. These inductors are well-suited to the demands of medical devices, where compact sizes, low profiles, low DC resistances, high current capabilities, and high reliability are essential.
Using the Metal Alloy core, our proprietary techniques provide high quality, high reliability, and high durability. Additionally, using low-core loss materials achieves higher circuit efficiencies.
By expanding the size ranges of conventional product variations, we have made it possible for our inductors to be deployed in a wide range of situations, from the DFE2HCAH/DFE2MCAH series of Metal Alloy inductors used in automobile powertrains and safety applications, to the compact DFE252012P series of Metal Alloy inductors used in infotainment systems, parking assistance cameras, and the like.
These inductors can be used in medical devices as well, which demand the same high level of reliability as automotive applications.