Triad toroidal inductors are specifically designed to minimize transients. These devices store energy, and therefore, condition the output signal by leveling out the current waveform providing a more stable current supply. Generally used in high frequency circuits, our standardized design provides an economical solution in differential mode applications or as an output inductor.
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FIT68-7 N/A 18.65 µH N/A 10.23 µH N/A 8.1 A N/A 14.8 Ohm14.8 mOhm N/A CAD Icon (for items table)
FIT80-5 N/A 47.80 µH N/A 22.79 µH N/A 8.1 A N/A 22.5 Ohm22.5 mOhm N/A CAD Icon (for items table)
FIT106-5 N/A 94.50 µH N/A 48.0 µH N/A 8.1 A N/A 39.1 Ohm39.1 mOhm N/A CAD Icon (for items table)
FIT106-6 N/A 70.05 µH N/A 35.30 µH N/A 9.7 A N/A 24 Ohm24.0 mOhm N/A CAD Icon (for items table)
FIT80-6 N/A 38.70 µH N/A 18.11 µH N/A 9.7 A N/A 17 Ohm17.0 mOhm N/A CAD Icon (for items table)
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