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Murata PS 22R105C 1mH ±10% Radial Leaded inductor

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Brand: Murata PS MPN: 22R105C
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Miniature radial leaded inductor from the Murata PS 2200R series. These small outline inductors are ideally suited to power decoupling, low power switching regulators, LF tuned circuits and a variety of other applications. Open wound ferrite bobbin insulated overall with flame retardant sleeving.

  • 1mH inductance
  • 10% tolerance
  • 0.17A
  • 150 Q Factor
  • 3.8R DC resistance
  • 1.8MHz SRF
  • Ferrite core
  • Wire leaded terminal
  • 3mm pitch

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15 February 2013 Question by: Charlie | Product code: 88-1660
Q. I have read your answer to my question on the inductor marked 105C and it does not help.... the 105C is a 1mH inductor, that means that the code must 10 x 10^5 NANO henries However, the inductors marked 106 are 100uH so they are using 10 x10^6 WHAT ? It cannot be NANO. We have been pondering in the office and wonder if a 22uH inductor would have a code of 227 ? If it does, the code reads as first two digits give HUNDREDS then the next is the NEGATIVE power. Which seems nuts.
A. Hi Charlie. Thank you for your question. The designation code does follow the usual protocol - but admittedly the use of mH (millihenry) is confusing.

15 February 2013 Question by: charlie | Product code: 88-1660
Q. Why does this range have its own coding? All other inductors use the code digit, digit, multiplier IN UH
A. Hi Charlie. Thank you for your question. This range does have its own coding - the 22R is the series - then the 105 indicates the value by the usual system. For some reason they have been described in milli Henry (mH) rather than a higher equivalent value in micro Henry (uH) but both are the same.


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