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0402DC (1005) Ceramic Chip Inductors

 

Coilcraft High Q 0402-Sized Inductors - RF CafeCary, Illinois, May 1, 2018 - Coilcraft introduces a line of the industry's highest "Q" surface mount inductors in the 0402DC (1005) package size. Free samples are available. Features include:

  • Exceptionally high Q - up to 160 at 2.4 GHz!
  • 26 standard inductance values from 3.0 to 120 nH
  • 73 additional values available upon request, including 0.1 increments from 2.8 nH to 10 nH
  • Wirewound construction for extremely high self resonance - up to 16 GHz
  • DCR as low as 37 mΩ, significantly lower than other 0402-sized chip inductors
  • Ideal for impedance matching circuits for low band (700 - 960 MHz) and high band (1710 - 2700 MHz) antennas

About Coilcraft

Our privately held company was founded in 1945 as a custom coil maker for the television set manufacturers clustered around the Chicago area. Today we produce inductors for a long list of customers in telecommunications, computers, instrumentation and consumer electronics. Most are standard, off-the-shelf products. But many are still custom designed to meet customers' specific requirements. Coilcraft's worldwide headquarters are in Cary, Illinois, 30 miles northwest of Chicago's O'Hare Airport. In addition to corporate offices, this facility houses our engineering department plus manufacturing. European headquarters are located in Cumbernauld, Scotland, near Glasgow.

Contact Info:

Coilcraft, Inc.

1102 Silver Lake Road

Cary, IL  60013  USA

E-Mail:  sales@coilcraft.com

Phone:  1-800-322-2645

Web:  www.coilcraft.com

 

 

Posted May 4, 2018

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