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Axial Leaded High Frequency Inductor, B82111E Series, 220 µH, 500 mA, 2.6 ohm, ± 20%, 32 MHz

B82111E0000C026 - Axial Leaded High Frequency Inductor, B82111E Series, 220 µH, 500 mA, 2.6 ohm, ± 20%, 32 MHz

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Manufacturer:
EPCOS EPCOS
Manufacturer Part No:
B82111E0000C026
Order Code:
9754130
Product Range
B82111E Series
Also Known As:
B82111EC26
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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B82111E Series
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220µH
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500mA
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2.6ohm
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± 20%
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32MHz
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Product Overview

The B82111EC26 is an axial leaded High Frequency Inductor with ferrite cylinder core. This VHF choke is constructed as single-layer, enamel copper wire windings and polyester insulating sleeve. This inductor's terminals are made of central axial leads, copper base and hot-dip tinned with pure tin terminations. Supports ±20% of inductance tolerance and is suitable for wave soldering.
  • High resonant frequency
  • Wide inductance range
  • Complies with EN60938 standard

Applications

RF Communications, Communications & Networking

Also Known As

B82111EC26

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