AUSTIN, TX – Abracon, LLC (Abracon), a leading global manufacturer of frequency control, timing, synchronization, RF, connectivity, and power component solutions, announces the release of a new application note titled "Inductor Reference Guide."

Please read the excerpt below: 

“This application notes defines and reviews common inductor terminology, various inductor construction typologies, associated materials, familiar applications, and technical performance factors that electronics engineers, from novices to the experienced magnetics specialists, will find useful and insightful when selecting their next inductor.

Inductors are essential components in circuit designs. These passive electrical components store and supply energy. Inductors are used for a wide variety of applications, such as DC-to-DC buck and boost power conversions, impedance matching, and filtering high frequency noise in electrical circuits. There are many factors to consider when selecting the optimal inductor for an application, including the current rating, the DC resistance, and the inductor’s temperature rating of the inductor. Use this glossary of commonly used inductor terms as a reference guide when selecting an inductor.”

Read the full application note here.

About Abracon, LLC | The Heartbeat of the IoT™

Abracon, LLC is a leading global manufacturer of passive and electromechanical timing, synchronization, power, connectivity and RF solutions. The Abracon, LLC family of brands includes Abracon, ILSI, Ecliptek, MMD and Oscilent. Abracon supports go-to-market needs by reliably supplying the most advanced components that tackle the toughest design challenges. Focused on quality and innovation, Abracon helps engineers transform their ideas into products that meet the opportunities of tomorrow. The company is ISO9001-2015 certified with design & application engineering resources in Texas and sales offices in the US, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Scotland, Israel, Hungary, UK, and Germany. Abracon’s products are offered through its global distribution network.

For more information about Abracon, visit www.abracon.com.


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