2114-V-RC 2149 High Current Toroidal DIP Inductor is a passive electronic device widely used in electronic circuits. It is an insulated coil that is a wire wound on a ring-shaped form that is made of different materials, such as powdered iron, ferrite, or another material.
A toroidal inductor is mostly used where large inductance is required. Toroidal inductors have more inductance per turn and can carry more current than solenoids with a core of similar material and size
- Tuning circuits.
- Store energy in a device.
- Induction motors.
- Ferrite beads
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- High-temperature rating up to +200 °C
- Low magnetic radiation
- High current capacity
- Horizontal or vertical mount available
- Low cost
- Operating temperature: -55 to +200 °C
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