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Axial Leaded High Frequency Inductor, RF Choke, 78F Series, 1 µH, 815 mA, 0.15 ohm, ± 10%, 180 MHz

78F1R0K-RC - Axial Leaded High Frequency Inductor, RF Choke, 78F Series, 1 µH, 815 mA, 0.15 ohm, ± 10%, 180 MHz

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Manufacturer Part No:
78F1R0K-RC
Newark Part No.:
63K2918
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78F Series
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78F Series
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1µH
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815mA
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0.15ohm
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± 10%
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180MHz
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The attached photo shows what I believe to be a choke in a 1960 vintage KLH Model Eight tube table radio. Color code is Brown, Black on a green body. I assume the silver band is tolerance. Is this a 1uH choke?

Can you verify what this part is and recommend a suitable replacement? If it is a choke, I don't know whether a shielded choke would be appropriate, or an unshielded type.

I have another radio that has this part missing.
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Yes, it is a choke, replacement part not available.
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Submitting this again WITH the photo this time (I hope).

The attached photo shows what I believe to be a choke. It's in a 1960 vintage KLH Model Eight tube table radio. Color code is Brown, Black on a green body. I assume the silver band is tolerance. Is this a 1uH choke?

Can you verify what this part is and recommend a suitable replacement? If it is a choke, I don't know whether a shielded choke would be appropriate, or an unshielded type.

This radio is intact, but I have another radio that has this part missing.
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