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Product description

Features:

  • Inductance: : 2.2 uH
  • Tolerance: : 20
  • Maximum DC Current: : 660 mA
  • Maximum DC Resistance: : 465 mOhms
  • Self Resonant Frequency: : 129 MHz
  • Minimum Operating Temperature: : - 40 C
  • Maximum Operating Temperature: : + 85 C
  • Test Frequency: : 7.9 MHz
  • Termination: : -
  • Mounting Style: : PCB Mount
  • Length: : 2.2 mm
  • Width: : 1.45 mm
  • Height: : 1 mm
  • Application: : Power
  • Series: : PFL2010
  • Packaging: : Cut Tape
  • Packaging: : MouseReel
  • Packaging: : Reel
  • Core Material: : Composite
  • Product: : Fixed Inductors
  • Brand: : Coilcraft
  • Product Type: : Fixed Inductors
  • Factory Pack Quantity: : 2000
  • Subcategory: : Inductors, Chokes amp; Coils
  • Part Aliases: : PFL2010-222MEC
  • Unit Weight: : 0.000346 oz
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