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MPLCH0740L3R3
MPLCH0740L3R3
FIXED IND 3.3UH 7.8A 19 MOHM SMD
KEMET
5,822
In Stock
1 : ¥295.00000
Cut Tape (CT)
2,000 : ¥141.00250
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Tape & Reel (TR)
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Digi-Reel®
ActiveWirewound-3.3 µH±20%7.8 A7AShielded19mOhm Max----20°C ~ 120°C100 kHzSurface MountNonstandard-0.307" L x 0.264" W (7.80mm x 6.70mm)0.157" (4.00mm)
MPLCH0740L4R7
MPLCH0740L4R7
FIXED IND 4.7UH 5.8A 33 MOHM SMD
KEMET
2,389
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1 : ¥295.00000
Cut Tape (CT)
1,000 : ¥136.89500
Tape & Reel (TR)
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Digi-Reel®
ActiveWirewound-4.7 µH±20%5.8 A6.5AShielded33mOhm Max----20°C ~ 120°C100 kHzSurface MountNonstandard-0.307" L x 0.264" W (7.80mm x 6.70mm)0.157" (4.00mm)
MPLCH0740L1R5
MPLCH0740L1R5
FIXED IND 1.5UH 11.1A 9 MOHM SMD
KEMET
2,000
In Stock
1 : ¥295.00000
Cut Tape (CT)
1,000 : ¥136.89500
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Tape & Reel (TR)
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Digi-Reel®
ActiveWirewound-1.5 µH±20%11.1 A10.8AShielded9mOhm Max----20°C ~ 120°C100 kHzSurface MountNonstandard-0.307" L x 0.264" W (7.80mm x 6.70mm)0.157" (4.00mm)
MPLCH0740L2R2
MPLCH0740L2R2
FIXED IND 2.2UH 9.3A 13 MOHM SMD
KEMET
0
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Obsolete
Tape & Reel (TR)
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Digi-Reel®
ObsoleteWirewound-2.2 µH±20%9.3 A9AShielded13mOhm Max----20°C ~ 120°C100 kHzSurface MountNonstandard-0.307" L x 0.264" W (7.80mm x 6.70mm)0.157" (4.00mm)
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Fixed Inductors


An inductor, also known as a coil, choke, or reactor, is a passive two-terminal electrical component that stores energy in a magnetic field when electric current flows through it. When the current changes, the magnetic field induces a voltage in the conductor. The induced voltage has a polarity which opposes the change in current that created it. The unit of inductance is the Henry (H). Mounting options include surface, through-hole, and chassis.