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Surface Mount Power Inductor, 159 Series, 2.5 mH, 10 A, 0.044 ohm, ± 15%

159ZL - Surface Mount Power Inductor, 159 Series, 2.5 mH, 10 A, 0.044 ohm, ± 15%

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Manufacturer:
HAMMOND HAMMOND
Manufacturer Part No:
159ZL
Newark Part No.:
66F7271
Product Range
159 Series
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Product Information

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159 Series
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2.5mH
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10A
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0.044ohm
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± 15%
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Product Overview

The 159ZL is a low to medium current DC Reactor/Filter Choke with economical "open bracket" channel mount and minimum 5-inch long leads. This choke exhibit less inductance at slightly higher currents or more inductance at lower currents and is perfect for high voltage power supply filtering. This choke features that vacuum impregnated with polyurethane varnish for quiet and long life operation. This choke supports tolerance of ±15% on both inductance & resistance.
  • Inductances measured at rated D.C. current
  • Every unit is Hipot tested (100%) at 1500VAC

Applications

Power Management

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