I'm looking into an inductor datasheet(page 59) and I'm having a bit of trouble understanding the difference between the ratings.
My interpretation is as follows:
1 - Rated Current based on Inductance Change is: How much current you can put through the inductor till its inductance goes 30% off the original rating.
2 - If you "dont care" about inductance, the Rated Current based on Temperature Rise is the absolute maximum current the inductor can take before thermal failure.
Is that it? Am I missing something?