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22R686MC - 

Surface Mount Power Inductor, Bobbin Wound, 2200RM Series, 68 mH, 26 mA, Unshielded, 242 ohm

22R686MC - Surface Mount Power Inductor, Bobbin Wound, 2200RM Series, 68 mH, 26 mA, Unshielded, 242 ohm

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Manufacturer Part No:
22R686MC
Newark Part No.:
20T0608
Product Range
2200RM Series
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Product Information

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2200RM Series
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68mH
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26mA
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-
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Unshielded
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242ohm
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7.8mm x 7mm x 7.5mm
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± 10%
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Product Overview

The 22R686MC is a surface mount unshielded Power Inductor with bobbin wound core. This 2200RM series compact size inductor is a general purpose range of inductor suitable for low to medium current applications. The small footprint makes this inductor ideal for high density applications where a chip inductor will not cope with the power requirement. Support 1kHz frequency and ±10% inductance tolerance.
  • Low DC resistance
  • Backward compatible with Sn/Pb soldering systems

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