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WURTH ELEKTRONIK  760308111  COIL, WIRELESS CHARGING, 6.3UH, 13A, 10%

WURTH ELEKTRONIK 760308111

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Product Overview

The 760308111 is a wireless power charging Transmitter Coil with pot core results in limiting the stray field in the design. This WE-WPCC coil features high permeability shielding coil, with a large number of mating cycles to avoid connector damages and cancels charging flux to be not coupled into sensitive components or batteries. It is applicable for up to 20W (up to 200W outside the standards) and supports 20MHz typical self-resonant frequency. This coil can be applicable in explosion sensitive area where the use of a physical connection is hazardous. It is recommended that the temperature of the transmitter coil does not exceed 105°C under worst case operating conditions.
  • 3.5k/s Typical ramp-down rate
  • Qi Standard compliant
  • Litz wire used
  • Highest Q-value available on market
  • High reliable construction

Applications

Consumer Electronics; Computers & Computer Peripherals; Portable Devices; Industrial; Wireless
Cleaning agents that are used to clean application might damage or change the characteristics of the component, body, pins or termination.

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Product Information

Product Range:
WE-WPCC Series
Inductance:
6.3µH
Inductance Tolerance:
± 10%
Packaging:
Each
DC Current Rating:
13 A
Core Material:
Ferrite
Self Resonant Frequency Min:
20 MHz
SVHC:
To Be Advised
Q Factor:
80
DC Resistance Max:
0.024 ohm

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  • Consumer Electronics;
  • Computers & Computer Peripherals;
  • Portable Devices;
  • Industrial;
  • Wireless

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