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JP2010118571A
JP2010118571A JP2008291739A JP2008291739A JP2010118571A JP 2010118571 A JP2010118571 A JP 2010118571A JP 2008291739 A JP2008291739 A JP 2008291739A JP 2008291739 A JP2008291739 A JP 2008291739A JP 2010118571 A JP2010118571 A JP 2010118571A
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Masatoshi Hasu
Kotaro Suzuki
正利 蓮
浩太郎 鈴木
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an inductor allowing a member for holding a core to a case to be fixed without increasing the size. <P>SOLUTION: The inductor includes a measure-shaped case, a core housed in the case and the holding member interposed between a side face of the core and an inner surface of a first sidewall of the case to hold the core in the case. A protruding part to which the core is fixed is formed on an almost central part on the inner surface of the first sidewall, the holding member includes an upper arm biasing the core toward the bottom face of the case, a side arm biasing the core toward a second sidewall facing the first sidewall and a fixing part formed directly under the upper arm to abut on the protruding part. The fixing part is fixed to the protruding part to fix the holding member to the case. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2010,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to an inductor formed by housing a core around which a conductive wire is wound in a case.

2. Description of the Related Art An inductor formed by housing a wire wound around a core via a bobbin or the like in a metal case is widely used as a reactor or the like. Such an inductor has high cooling efficiency because heat generated in the core and windings can be released to the metal case, and is easy to handle because the core and windings are accommodated in the case.
JP 2004-241475 A

  In such an inductor, the core is held in the case so that the core is not damaged by an impact or the like by urging the core toward the case by a leaf spring as in the case of Patent Document 1.

  The inductor described in Patent Document 1 holds the core by urging the core toward the bottom surface of the case with a leaf spring. The leaf spring is fixed to the case by a bolt. In this case, the case needs to have a thick portion capable of forming a female screw for attaching a bolt. This thick portion needs to be provided at a location away from the main portion of the leaf spring (the portion that functions as a spring by being elastically deformed). Therefore, in particular, when using a core having an outer frame such as a PQ magnetic core, the size of the case is larger than the size of the core.

  The present invention has been made to solve the above problems. That is, an object of the present invention is to provide an inductor capable of fixing a member for holding a core to a case without increasing the size of the case.

  In order to achieve the above object, an inductor of the present invention is sandwiched between a bowl-shaped case, a core accommodated in the case, a side surface of the core, and an inner surface of the first side wall of the case. A holding member that holds the core in the case, and a protruding portion to which the core is fixed is formed at a substantially central portion of the inner surface of the first side wall, and the holding member faces the bottom surface of the case. An upper arm that urges the core, a side arm that urges the core toward the second side wall that faces the first side wall, and a fixing portion that is formed directly below the upper arm and contacts the protruding portion. Then, the holding member is fixed to the case by fixing the fixing surface to the protruding portion.

  According to the present invention, fixing for fixing the holding member to the case under the upper arm, that is, in a dead space generated by securing a gap necessary for sandwiching the holding member between the case and the core. A protrusion having a surface is formed. For this reason, a holding member can be fixed to a case, without enlarging a case. For example, when fixing a core to a case with a volt | bolt, the internal thread for volt | bolts is formed in the upper surface of a protrusion part.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings. FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a reactor that is an inductor according to the present embodiment. As shown in FIG. 1, the reactor 1 according to the present embodiment includes a substantially bowl-shaped case 10 in which a core 20 and a winding 30 attached to the core 20 via a bobbin 40 are accommodated. . In the following description, the axial direction of the winding 30 (the direction from the upper right to the lower left in FIG. 1) is the X axis direction, the direction perpendicular to the bottom surface of the case 10 (the vertical direction in FIG. 1) is the Z axis direction, and the X axis. The direction perpendicular to both the direction and the Z-axis direction (the direction from the upper left to the lower right in FIG. 1) is defined as the Y-axis direction.

A perspective view of the core 20 is shown in FIG. As shown in FIG. 2, the core 20 includes a pair of split cores 21 and 22. The split core 21 is sandwiched between a plate portion 21a extending parallel to the YZ plane, a pair of arm portions 21b extending substantially perpendicularly from both ends of the Y-axis direction of the plate portion 21a and extending parallel to the XZ plane, and a pair of arm portions 21b. As shown, the plate portion 21a has a substantially E shape including a core portion 21c that protrudes perpendicularly from the substantial center and extends in the X-axis direction. The other split core 22 has the same shape, and includes a plate portion 22a, a pair of arm portions 22b, and a core portion 22c. The core 20 has a shape in which two core portions 21 c and 22 c are coaxially arranged inside an outer frame portion 23 having a rectangular tube shape as a whole by abutting the divided cores 21 and 22. Here, since the length l 2 of the core portions 21c and 22c is shorter than the length l 1 of the arm portions 21b and 22b, the arm portions 21b and 22b of the divided cores 21 and 22 are in a state of being abutted with each other. The core portions 21c and 22c are not in contact with each other, and a gap G is formed between the core portions 21c and 22c. As shown in FIG. 1, the bobbin 40 and the winding 30 have the core portions 21 c and 22 c inserted into these hollow portions, and most of the portions are accommodated in a space surrounded by the outer frame portion 23. It has become.

  Next, the housing structure of the core 20 in the case 10 will be described. FIG. 3 is a top view of the case 10 of the present embodiment. 4 and 5 are a sectional view taken along line II and II-II in FIG. 3, respectively. As shown in FIGS. 3 to 5, the case 10 has a first side wall inner surface 12 formed on the front side in the X-axis direction (lower side in FIG. 3) and a position facing the first side wall inner surface 12 (upper side in FIG. 3). ) And two third side wall inner surfaces 13 formed to communicate with each other at both ends of the second side wall inner surface 11 and the first side wall inner surface 12 in the Y-axis direction. The case 10 is made of a metal having high thermal conductivity such as aluminum.

First protrusions 15 are formed at two corner portions formed by the second side wall inner surface 11 and the third side wall inner surface 13. In addition, second protrusions 16 are formed on the third side wall inner surfaces 13 respectively. As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, each of the first projecting portions 15 has a plane portion 15 a that is substantially parallel to the YZ plane. As shown in FIGS. 3 and 5, the second protrusion 16 has a plane portion 16 a that is substantially parallel to the XZ plane. A distance l 3 (FIG. 5) between the pair of second projecting portions of the flat surface portions 16a is substantially equal to the Y-axis direction dimension of the core 20, and the core 20 is accommodated in the case 10 as shown in FIGS. In some cases, the plate portion 22a of the core 20 and the pair of arm portions 21b (FIG. 2) abut against the flat portion 15a of the first protruding portion 15 and the flat portion 16a of the second protruding portion 16, respectively. Positioning is done.

Further, as shown in FIG. 5, a portion of the second projecting portion 16 above the flat portion 16 a is a tapered surface 16 b that is closer to the third side wall inner surface 13 as it goes upward. That is, the upper end the second projecting portion 16 interval l 4 between the (side close to the opening O of the case 10) of the second projecting portion 16 is sufficiently larger than the dimension in the Y-axis direction of the core 20. For this reason, the core 20 can be easily inserted between the 2nd protrusion parts 16, and the inserted core 20 is guided by the taper surface 16b, and is guide | induced between the plane parts 16a. As a result, in this embodiment, the core 20 can be positioned and accommodated in the case 10 easily and reliably.

  As shown in FIG. 1, in the present embodiment, the core 20, the bobbin 40 and the winding 30 attached to the core 20 are sandwiched between the first side wall inner surface 12 of the case 10 and the core 20. 50 holds the case 10. The holding member 50 will be described below.

  FIG. 6 is a perspective view of the holding member 50 of the present embodiment as viewed from the front side in FIG. FIG. 7 is a perspective view of the holding member 50 as viewed from the back side in FIG. As shown in FIGS. 6 and 7, the holding member 50 is formed by bending a metal plate (steel plate or the like) punched into a predetermined shape into an L shape at the corner portion 51.

  A first arm 54 that extends substantially parallel to the XY plane is connected to a substantially central portion in the Y-axis direction of the corner portion 51. Further, a pair of second arms 53 extending downward in the Z-axis direction are provided at both ends in the Y-axis direction of the corner portion 51, and substantially in the X-axis direction (from the first side wall inner surface 12 to the second side wall inner surface 11 (FIG. 3)). A pair of third arms 52 extending in the direction toward the head are connected. The pair of third arms 52 are formed at positions that sandwich the first arm 54 from both sides in the Y-axis direction.

  The second arm 53 is folded back in a U shape toward the second side wall inner surface 11 (FIG. 3) at the folded portion 53a. Further, in the second arm 53, the contact portions 53c located on the tip side of the folded portion 53a are connected by a beam 53d.

  Further, in the pair of second arms 53, a fixing portion 55 that is bent and spread in parallel with the XY plane is formed in the middle between the base portions 53b positioned on the base end side with respect to the folded portion 53a. As shown in FIG. 7, a through hole 55 a is formed in the fixed portion 55. As shown in FIGS. 3 and 5, a third protrusion 17 is formed on the inner surface 12 of the first side wall of the case 10, and an axis parallel to the Z-axis direction is formed at the approximate center of the upper surface 17a. A female screw 17b is formed. When the core 20 is held by the holding member 50, the core 20 with the winding 30 and the bobbin 40 attached is accommodated in the case 10 as shown in the assembly diagram of FIG. The holding member 50 is inserted into the through hole 55a, and the bolt 60 is inserted into the through hole 55a and the female screw 17b. The first arm 54 is positioned on the fixed portion 55. As shown in FIGS. 6 to 8, the first arm 54 has an opening 54a. The bolt 60 can be screwed into the female screw 17b by inserting a tool such as. Thus, in this embodiment, since the fixing portion 55 is provided under the third arm that was a dead space, the fixing portion is provided at a place other than the dead space, such as the outer side of the third arm 52 in the Y-axis direction. The volume of the case 10 can be reduced as compared with other configurations provided with the.

  A structure for holding the core 20 by the holding member 50 will be described below. FIG. 9 is a top view of the reactor 1 of the present embodiment. 10, 11 and 12 are a III-III sectional view, an IV-IV sectional view and a VV sectional view of FIG. 9, respectively. FIG. 13 is a perspective view of the reactor 1 with the case 10 omitted.

  As shown in FIG. 10, in this embodiment, the split core 22 having the third arm 52 disposed on the right side (the second side wall inner surface 11 side of the case 10) is attached to the bottom surface 14 of the case 10. It is fast. Similarly, as shown in FIG. 11, the first arm 54 urges the split core 21 disposed on the left side (the first side wall inner surface 12 side of the case 10) toward the bottom surface 14 of the case 10. Yes. Thus, in the present embodiment, the two split cores 22 and 21 are separately biased by the holding member 50. For this reason, the core 20 is held in the case 10 without joining the two split cores 21 and 22 with a tape or the like.

  Further, in the present embodiment, as shown in FIG. 13, the pair of third arms 52 biases each of the pair of arm portions 22 b of the split core 22. For this reason, the load for urging the split core 22 to the bottom surface 14 of the case 10 is distributed in two, so that excessive stress concentration does not occur at a specific location of the split core 22.

  As shown in FIG. 9, the opening 54 a is formed in the first arm 54, but this not only makes it easy to attach the bolt 60 to the holding member 50 and the case 10, but also reduces the cross-sectional area. Thus, the spring constant of the first arm 54 is also adjusted to a size that can obtain an appropriate load for holding the core. In the present embodiment, the third arm 52 and the first arm 54 so that the split core 22 on the second side wall inner surface 11 side and the split core 21 on the first side wall inner surface 12 side are urged with a substantially equal load. The spring constant of is adjusted.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 9, since the opening 54a is formed in the first arm 54, the first arm 54 as a whole has a pair of arm portions 54b extending substantially in the X-axis direction, and the arm portions 54b. Is formed in a U-shape composed of a beam 54c that connects the two at their tips. In a configuration in which the first arm 54 does not have the beam 54c, the degree of bending of the arm portion 54b of the first arm 54 in a natural state varies depending on the arm portion 54b due to variations in manufacturing, etc. There is a possibility that the magnitude of the force with which the arm portion 54b biases the core 20 is different. On the other hand, in the configuration of the present embodiment, since both the arm portions 54b are connected by the beam 54c, the degree of bending of the arm portion 54b is substantially the same between the one arm portion 54b and the other. . For this reason, the load that the first arm 54 biases the core 20 is substantially the same in both arm portions 54b, and the core 20 is biased substantially uniformly toward the bottom surface 14 (FIGS. 4 and 5) of the case 10. The

  Further, as shown in FIG. 11, the bobbin 40 and a part of the winding 30 protrude downward from the core 20. For this reason, in order to accommodate these portions, a recess 14 a is formed in the bottom surface 14 of the case 10. As shown in FIGS. 11 and 12, the recess 14a is provided at a position where it does not overlap the plate portions 21a and 22a (FIG. 11) and the arm portions 21b and 22b (FIG. 12) of the core 20. As described above, the third arm 52 and the first arm 54 of the holding member 50 urge the arm portion 22b and the plate portion 21a of the core 20 toward the bottom surface 14 of the case 10, respectively. Here, for example, in a state where the bottom surface of the core 20 protrudes toward the concave portion 14a, bending stress with the edge portion of the concave portion 14a serving as a fulcrum is generated in the core 20, and the core 20 may be damaged. However, in the present embodiment, the concave portion 14a is arranged so as to avoid the arm portions 21b and 22b and the plate portions 21a and 22a as described above, and the bottom surface of the core 20 extends over the entire surface. Therefore, the core 20 is not subjected to the bending stress and the core 20 is not damaged.

  In the present embodiment, as shown in FIG. 10, the base 53 b of the second arm 53 of the holding member 50 contacts the first side wall inner surface 12 of the case 10, and the contact 53 c is the plate portion of the core 20. 21a. As a result, the contact portion 53 c is pushed toward the base portion 53 b, and the core 20 is pushed toward the flat portion 15 a of the first projecting portion 15 of the case 10 by the repulsive force.

  As shown in FIG. 13, each second arm 53 urges both ends of the plate portion 21 a located at the base of the arm portion 21 b toward the second side wall inner surface 11 of the case 10. In the configuration in which the split core 21 is urged in the X-axis direction at the center portion of the plate portion 21a, a bending load is applied to the plate portion 21a, and the core 20 may be damaged. On the other hand, in the present embodiment, as described above, since the second arm 53 urges the core 20 at the base portion of the arm portion 21b, almost no bending load is generated on the plate portion 21a. The core 20 is not damaged.

  In the present embodiment, the second protruding portion 16 of the case 10 is in contact with the divided core 21 on the side surface of the plate portion 21 a of the divided core 21. In the configuration in which the second projecting portion 16 abuts the split core 21 on the distal end side of the arm portion 21b, when a load is unexpectedly applied from the second projecting portion 16 due to an impact or the like, a bending load is applied to the arm portion 21b. Further, excessive stress concentration may occur at the corner portion formed by the plate portion 21a and the arm portion 21b, and the core 20 may be damaged. On the other hand, in the present embodiment, since the second protrusion 16 is in contact with the core 20 on the side surface of the plate portion 21a as described above, almost no bending load is generated in the arm portion 21b. Will not be damaged.

  In the present embodiment, the second projecting portion 16 of the case 10 is provided at a position in contact with the side surface of the plate portion 21a of the split core 21 on the first side wall inner surface 12 side. The configuration is not limited. That is, the second projecting portion 16 may be provided at a position (position α in FIG. 9) that contacts the side surface of the plate portion 22a of the split core 22 on the second side wall inner surface 11 side. Moreover, it is good also as a structure by which the 2nd protrusion part 16 is provided in the position contact | abutted to the side surface of the plate parts 21a and 22a of both the split cores 21 and 22. FIG.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 7, the contact portions 53c of the pair of second arms 53 are connected to each other by a beam 53d. In the configuration in which the holding member 50 does not have the beam 53d, the distance between the base 53b of the second arm 53 and the contact portion 53c in the natural state varies depending on the second arm 53 due to variations in manufacturing. Thus, there is a possibility that the magnitude of the force with which each second arm 53 urges the core 20 is different. On the other hand, in the configuration of the present embodiment, since the contact portions 53c of both the second arms 53 are connected by the beam 53d, the distance between the base portion 53b and the contact portion 53c is one second arm 53. And the other are approximately the same length. For this reason, the load by which the second arm 53 biases the core 20 is substantially the same in both the second arms 53, and the core 20 is biased substantially uniformly toward the second side wall inner surface 11 of the case 10.

  As shown in FIG. 10, a bent portion 53 e that is bent in a U shape toward the base portion 53 b is formed in the contact portion 53 c of the second arm 53 of the holding member 50. This bending prevents contact between the edge portion 53f of the contact portion 53c of the second arm 53 and the core 20, so that the core 20 is not damaged and damaged by the edge portion 53f. Similar bent portions 52a and 54b are formed in the third arm 52 and the first arm 54, so that the core 20 is not damaged by being damaged.

  As described above, in the present embodiment, the edge of the arm holding member 50 does not directly contact the core 20, and the bending load is applied to the plate portions 21a, 22a and the arm portions 21b, 22b of the split cores 21, 22. Even when an unexpected load is applied from the holding member 50 to the core 20 due to an impact or the like, the core 20 is not damaged. For this reason, it is possible to use a core formed of a brittle material such as a ferrite core.

  Further, in the present embodiment, as described above, the entire bottom surface of the core 20 is in contact with the entire bottom surface of the case 10 (FIGS. 10 to 12). Further, in the plate portion 22a of the split core 22 on the second side wall inner surface 11 side, the entire surface (surface β in FIG. 9) located at the base of the arm portion 22b is the flat portion of the first protrusion 15 of the case 10. 15a. Thus, in the present embodiment, the area of the core 20 that directly contacts the case 10 is large, and the heat generated from the core can be efficiently released to the case 10.

Further, after the core 20, the winding 30 and the bobbin 40 are held by the holding member 50 as described above, the resin mold 70 is injected into the case 10 (FIG. 10). The resin mold 70 is a resin having a high thermal conductivity such as an epoxy resin. In the present embodiment, the fixing portion 55 for fixing the holding member 50 to the case 10 and the third projecting portion 17 of the case 10 to which the fixing portion 55 is fixed are arranged below the first arm 54 of the holding member 50. Has been. For this reason, the injection amount of the resin mold 70 can be kept small by the volume of the third protrusion 17. The distance l 5 of the plate portion 21a and the third protrusion 17 of the first side wall inner surface 12 of the side split core 21 has a relatively small. Since the metal material forming the case 10 has a higher thermal conductivity than the resin mold 70, the heat generated in the core 20 is quickly transferred to the third projecting portion 17 so that the core 20 can be efficiently cooled. It has become.

  Further, in the structure in which the core is accommodated in the case, there is a problem in that the core and the case periodically come into contact with each other due to the vibration of the core due to the alternating magnetic field generated when the reactor is used. In the present embodiment, since the core 20 is held in close contact with the case 10 by the holding member 50, generation of noise due to vibration of the core 20 is reduced. Furthermore, since the gaps between the core, case, bobbin, and coil are filled with the resin mold and the relative position between these members is fixed, noise generated by contact between the members is further suppressed.

  Conventionally, when using a core made of a weak magnetic material such as ferrite, the core cannot withstand the strong fixing force by screws or leaf springs, and the core must be housed in the case. I could not. Therefore, it has been necessary to bond the split cores with an adhesive tape or an adhesive. In this embodiment, in order to disperse the fixing force by the leaf spring and to apply a fixing load to a location where no bending stress is applied to the core, the core of brittle material can be accommodated in the case without breaking. It became possible.

It is a perspective view of the reactor of embodiment of this invention. It is a perspective view of the core of the reactor of embodiment of this invention. It is a top view of the case of the reactor of embodiment of this invention. It is II sectional drawing of FIG. It is II-II sectional drawing of FIG. It is the perspective view which looked at the holding member of the reactor of embodiment of this invention from the near side in FIG. It is the perspective view which looked at the holding member of the reactor of embodiment of this invention from the back side in FIG. It is an assembly drawing of the reactor of embodiment of this invention. It is a top view of the reactor of embodiment of this invention. It is III-III sectional drawing of FIG. It is IV-IV sectional drawing of FIG. It is VV sectional drawing of FIG. It is the perspective view which abbreviate | omitted the case of the reactor of embodiment of this invention.

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1 Reactor
10 cases
11 Second side wall inner surface
12 First side wall inner surface
13 Third side wall inner surface
14 Bottom
14a recess
15 First protrusion
15a Plane part
16 Second protrusion
16a plane part
16b Tapered surface
17 Third protrusion
17b Female thread
20 core 21, 22 split core 21a, 22a plate part 21b, 22b arm part 21c, 22c core part
30 windings
40 bobbins
50 Holding member
52 3rd arm
53 Second arm
53a Folding part
53b Base
53c Contact part
53d beam
54 First arm
54a opening
54b Arm part
54c beam
55 fixed part
55a Through hole
60 volts
70 Resin mold

Claims (20)

  1. A bowl-shaped case,
    A core housed in the case;
    A holding member that is sandwiched between a side surface of the core and an inner surface of the first side wall of the case, and holds the core in the case;
    Have
    A projecting portion to which the core is fixed is formed at a substantially central portion of the inner surface of the first side wall,
    The holding member includes an upper arm that urges the core toward the bottom surface of the case, a side arm that urges the core toward a second sidewall that faces the first side wall, and the upper part. A fixing part that is formed directly under the arm and abuts against the protruding part,
    The inductor is characterized in that the holding member is fixed to the case by fixing the fixing portion to the protruding portion.
  2. The fixing portion is in contact with the upper surface of the protruding portion;
    A female screw is formed on the upper surface of the protrusion,
    A through hole is formed in the fixing portion,
    The fixing part is fixed to the projecting part by screwing a bolt into the female screw through the through hole,
    The inductor according to claim 1, wherein an opening into which a tool can be inserted when the bolt is attached to the female screw is formed in the upper arm.
  3.   3. The inductor according to claim 1, wherein a pair of the side arms are provided so as to sandwich the fixing portion.
  4.   The inductor according to claim 3, wherein the pair of side arms are connected to each other by a beam at a tip thereof.
  5.   The inductor according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein a resin mold is injected into the case.
  6. The core is
    A pair of plate portions disposed substantially parallel to the inner surface of the first side wall of the case;
    A pair of arm portions respectively connected to both ends of the plate portion and disposed substantially parallel to a pair of third side walls adjacent to the first side wall;
    A core part extending substantially parallel to the arm part from a substantially central part of the plate part, and a winding around which the winding is attached;
    The inductor according to claim 1, wherein:
  7. A bowl-shaped case,
    A core housed in the case;
    A holding member that is sandwiched between a side surface of the core and an inner surface of the first side wall of the case, and holds the core in the case;
    Have
    The holding member has a side arm that urges the core toward the second side wall facing the first side wall,
    The core is
    A pair of plate portions disposed substantially parallel to the inner surface of the first side wall of the case;
    A pair of arm portions disposed substantially parallel to the third side wall at both ends of the plate portion adjacent to the inner surfaces of the pair of third side walls adjacent to the first side wall;
    A core portion extending from a substantially central portion of the plate portion in a direction substantially parallel to the arm portion, and a winding attached around the core portion;
    Have
    The side arm is in contact with only a portion corresponding to the base of the pair of arm portions in the plate portion that is proximal to the first side wall, and the core faces the first side wall in the case. 2. An inductor characterized by being biased toward the side wall.
  8.   On the inner surface of the second side wall of the case, there is a projecting portion having a flat portion that comes into contact with the entire portion corresponding to the roots of the pair of arm portions in the plate portion that is proximal to the second side wall. The inductor according to claim 7.
  9.   The inductor according to claim 7 or 8, wherein the pair of side arms are connected to each other by a beam at a tip thereof.
  10.   The inductor according to claim 7, wherein the holding member further includes an upper arm that biases the core toward the bottom surface of the case.
  11.   The said upper arm is a leaf | plate spring bent in the shape of a dog so that the edge part of the front-end | tip may not contact the said core, The claim 1 characterized by the above-mentioned. The described inductor.
  12.   12. The inductor according to claim 1, wherein the upper arm includes a pair of arm portions and a beam connecting the pair of arm portions at a tip end portion thereof. .
  13. The core has a first split core that is proximal to the first sidewall and a second split core that is proximal to the second sidewall;
    The upper arm is in contact with the upper surface of the first split core and urges the first split core toward the bottom surface of the case; and the upper arm on the upper surface of the second split core A second upper arm that abuts and urges the second divided core toward the bottom surface of the case. 13. Inductor.
  14. The first split core includes a plate portion that is proximal to the inner surface of the first sidewall,
    The first upper arm abuts only on the upper surface of the plate portion of the first divided core and urges the first divided core toward the bottom surface of the case. The inductor according to claim 13, wherein 7 is cited.
  15. The second divided core includes a part of each of the pair of arm portions,
    The second upper arm abuts only on an upper surface of an arm portion of the second split core and biases the second split core toward the bottom surface of the case. 15. The inductor according to claim 13 or claim 14 quoting 7.
  16.   The magnitude of the force with which the first upper arm biases the first split core and the force with which the second upper arm biases the second split core are set to be approximately equal. The inductor according to any one of claims 13 to 15, characterized in that:
  17.   The inductor according to any one of claims 1 to 16, wherein the side arm is bent in a U shape so that an edge of a tip thereof does not contact the core.
  18.   The side arm includes a plate-like base portion that extends in a direction substantially parallel to the inner surface of the first side wall of the case, and a contact portion that bends in a U shape from the lower end of the base portion and contacts the side surface of the core. The inductor according to claim 1, wherein the inductor is a leaf spring including
  19. A bowl-shaped case,
    A core housed in the case;
    Windings attached to the core;
    Have
    The core is
    A pair of plate portions disposed substantially parallel to the inner surface of one side wall of the case;
    A pair of arm portions disposed substantially parallel to the pair of side walls at both ends respectively close to the inner surfaces of the pair of side walls adjacent to one side wall of the case in the plate portion;
    A core portion extending from a substantially central portion of the plate portion in a direction substantially parallel to the arm portion, and the winding is attached around the core portion;
    Have
    The inductor is characterized in that at least a pair of projecting portions that contact at least two side surfaces of the pair of plate portions are formed on the inner surfaces of the pair of side walls of the case.
  20.   A flat portion that abuts the side surface of the core is provided at a lower portion of the protruding portion, and a portion of the protruding portion that is above the flat portion is a tapered surface that approaches a side wall on which the protruding portion is formed as it goes upward. The inductor according to claim 19, wherein:
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