PM2110-470K-RC 1926 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.
- Input/output of DC/DC converters
- Industrial electronics
- Power supplies for:
- Portable communications equipment
- LCD TVs
- Series: PM2120
- Formerly model
- Current rating up to 25.4 A
- Toroidal core
- RoHS compliant
- RC: 1926
- Operating Temperature: .-55 °C to +105 °C
1 x High Current SMD Power Inductors