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Ferrite Bead

CI100505 Series

SMD

        Z=30Ohm to 1000Ohm, 25%, 1000mAmp to 6000mAmp,

        SMD 0402 Ferrite Bead

      • Multilayer high current chip beads are SMD components that possess a ultra-low DC resistance.
      • High current circuits due to its extremely low DC resistance.
      • It can  meet the power line to a maximum of DC-2.2A.
      • Application:
      • Various power lines of electronic equipment.
      • Mother board, tablet PC, notebook, desktop computers.
      • DSC, DVC, LCD Television, Set Top Box.
      • Digital communication equipment.
      • Various automotive electronics.


    Electrical Characteristic of CI100505 Series

    Part Number

    Part Description

    • CI100505A-100-1
    • Z=10Ohm@100MHz, 25%, 0.03Ohm, 2000mAmp Max. SMD Ferrite Bead
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    • CI100505A-300-1
    • Z=30Ohm@100MHz, 25%, 0.05Ohm, 1700mAmp Max. SMD Ferrite Bead
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    • CI100505A-300-2
    • Z=30Ohm@100MHz, 25%, 0.04Ohm, 2200mAmp Max. SMD Ferrite Bead
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    • CI100505A-600-1
    • Z=60Ohm@100MHz, 25%, 0.075Ohm, 1500mAmp Max. SMD Ferrite Bead
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    • CI100505A-800-1
    • Z=80Ohm@100MHz, 25%, 0.07Ohm, 1500mAmp Max. SMD Ferrite Bead
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    • CI100505A-121-1
    • Z=120Ohm@100MHz, 25%, 0.09Ohm, 1200mAmp Max. SMD Ferrite Bead
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