Choke, Common Mode, DLW5BS Series, 350 ohm, 2 A, 5mm x 5mm x 4.5mm

DLW5BSN351SQ2L - Choke, Common Mode, DLW5BS Series, 350 ohm, 2 A, 5mm x 5mm x 4.5mm

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DLW5BS Series
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DLW5BS Series
5mm x 5mm x 4.5mm
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The DLW5BSN351SQ2L is a 2A wire wound Chip Common Mode Choke Coil for large current and general electronics equipment.
  • 125VDC Withstanding voltage
  • 0.04Ω Maximum DC resistance
  • 10MΩ Minimum insulation resistance
  • -40 to 85°C Operating temperature range


Industrial, Consumer Electronics


Solderability of tin plating termination chip might be deteriorated when low temperature soldering profile where peak solder temperature is below the tin melting point is used.


Do not use products beyond the rated current and rated voltage as this may create excessive heat and deteriorate the insulation resistance.

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