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B82801B0205A100 - 

Current Sensing Transformer, 1:100, 5.5 ohm, 2 mH, 50 Vµs, 20 A, Surface Mount

B82801B0205A100 - Current Sensing Transformer, 1:100, 5.5 ohm, 2 mH, 50 Vµs, 20 A, Surface Mount

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Manufacturer:
EPCOS EPCOS
Manufacturer Part No:
B82801B0205A100
Newark Part No.:
14N9226
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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1:100
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5.5ohm
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2mH
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50Vµs
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20A
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Surface Mount
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Product Overview

The B82801B0205A100 from EPCOS is a SMT current sense transformer. Typical applications include switching power supplies, feedback control, overload sensing and load drop/shut down detection.
  • Minimum inductance is 2000μH
  • Turn ratio is 1:100
  • Primary DC resistance is 0.6ohm
  • Secondary DC resistance is 5500 ohm
  • Frequency range from 50KHz to 1MHz
  • Primary current is 20A
  • Operating temperature range from -40°C to 125°C
  • ET constant is 50Vµs

Applications

Industrial, Power Management

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