New Yorker Electronics Released Vishay Dale IHLE-5050FH E-Shield Inductors


March 31, 2020 – New Yorker Electronics is now distributing the newly extended Vishay Dale IHLE series of low profile, high current inductors featuring integrated e-shields. These e-shields reduce EMI in new commercial and Automotive Grade devices.

The Vishay Dale IHLE-5050FH-51 and IHLE-5050FH-5A inductors reduce costs and save board space by eliminating the need for separate board-level Faraday shielding. These new inductors contain the electric and B field associated with EMI in a tin-plated copper integrated shield. They provide up to -20 dB of electric field reduction at 1 cm (above the center of the inductor) when the integrated shield is connected to ground.They are packaged in a 100% lead (Pb)-free shielded, composite construction that reduces buzz to ultra low levels. It also demonstrates high resistance to thermal shock, moisture and mechanical shock.They are used for energy storage in DC/DC converters and high current filtering in such products as desktop PCs and servers, high current POL converters, low profile, high current power supplies and battery-powered devices. They also have many automotive applications such as engine and transmission control units, diesel injection drivers, noise suppression for motors, windshield wipers, power mirrors and seats, entertainment/navigation systems, heating and ventilation blowers, and LED and HID lighting.

Features & Benefits:

  • Integrated e-shields reduce EMI
  • High temperature operation to +155°C
  • Offered in 5050 case size
  • Co-planarity of their four terminals within ≤ 100 µm
  • AEC-Q200 qualified (IHLE-5050FH-5A)
  • Handle high transient current spikes without saturation
  • RoHS-compliant, halogen-free, and Vishay Green


  • Energy storage in DC/DC converters and high current filtering
  • Desktop PCs and servers
  • POL converters
  • Power Supplies
  • Battery-powered devices
  • Automotive engine and transmission controls
  • LED and HID lighting

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