NFE61PT472C1H9L - 

Power Line Filter, 4700 pF, 50 VDC, Feed Through, 2 A, SMD

NFE61PT472C1H9L - Power Line Filter, 4700 pF, 50 VDC, Feed Through, 2 A, SMD

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The NFE61PT series from Murata are universal type (power lines/signal lines) chip EMIFIL EMI suppression filters. These are small size T type LC circuit filter with built-in ferrite bead. NFE61PT series meets large current, high frequency performance because of its feed through structure. The structure incorporates built-in ferrite beads which minimizes resonance with surrounding circuits. Its large rated current of 2A and low voltage drop due to small DC resistance are suitable for DC power line use.
  • EIA 2706 size code
  • 33pF to 4,700pF lineups can be used in signal lines
  • Rated voltage of 50VDC
  • Operating temperature range from -40°C to +85°C
  • Minimum insulation resistance is 1000Mohm


Industrial, Power Management, Consumer Electronics, Portable Devices

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