Automotive Inductors

High Performance at High Temperatures

When creating applications for use in automobiles, high temperatures and space dictate the use of certain materials and shapes.  With application demand increasing frequently, material quality, performance, and reliability is critical.  Our inductors feature normal to high operating capabilities and with a frequency range of up to 10MHz, save power and space in complex automotive systems.  We provide leading solutions for applications like engine and transmission control units, LED drivers, HID lighting, and noise suppression for motors.

Benefits of Our Automotive Inductors

Constructed from ultra-thin mixtures of nickel zinc ferrite, manganese, powder iron, and metal alloy, our automotive inductors are characterized by their size, light weight, low cost, and high reliability.  They provide superb AC and DC resistance.  Other benefits include:

  • RoHS compliant
  • High reliability AEC-Q200 qualified
  • Reduces PCBA rework cost
  • Flat wire winding
  • Low DCR for high power application
  • Withstands temperatures up to 125 °C


Find or Design Your Automotive Inductor

Using Laird-manufactured parts, our team of global experts and engineers create a custom design experience that is unrivaled by our competitors.  Explore our robust line of products or contact an engineer through customer service to discuss your next solution. 


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