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VP2-0083-R Datasheet(PDF) 6 Page - Cooper Bussmann, Inc.

Part No. VP2-0083-R
Description  Inductors and Transformers
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Maker  COOPER [Cooper Bussmann, Inc.]
Homepage  http://www.cooperbussmann.com
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HOW TO USE MULTIPLE WINDINGS
L
TOTAL = LBASE x S
2
= 10 µH x 2
2
= 40 µH
Where:
L
BASE = Inductance of a single winding
P = Number of windings in parallel (use 1 with all windings in series)
S = Number of windings in series
I
BASE = Maximum current rating of one winding
I
MAX
= I
BASE x P
= 1 Amp x 1
= 1 Amp
L
TOTAL = LBASE x S
2
= 10 µH x 1
2
= 10 µH
I
MAX
= I
BASE x P
= 1 Amp x 2
= 2 Amps
10
µH
1 Amp
10
µH
1 Amp
10
µH
1 Amp
Series Connected (2 Windings)
Parallel Connected (2 Windings)
10
µH
1 Amp
Discrete inductors combine like resistors, when connected in series or parallel. For example, inductors in series add and
inductors in parallel reduce in a way similar to Ohm’s Law.
Windings on the same magnetic core behave differently. Two windings in series result in four times the inductance of a
single winding. This is because the inductance varies proportionately to the square of the turns.
Paralleled
VERSA-PAC windings result in no change to the net inductance because the total number of turns remains
unchanged; only the effective wire size becomes larger. Two parallel windings result in approximately twice the current
carrying capability of a single winding. The net inductance of a given
PCM configuration is based on the number of
windings in series squared multiplied by the inductance of a single winding (LBASE). The current rating of a
PCM configuration
is derived by multiplying the maximum current rating of one winding (IBASE) by the number of windings in parallel. Examples
of simple two-winding devices are shown below:
L
Series = L1 + L2 + L3...Ln
L
Parallel = 1/ [1/ L1 + 1/ L2 + 1/ L3....1/Ln]
®
VERSA-PAC®
Inductors and Transformers
(Surface Mount)


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