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Common Mode Chokes : 2482 Products

Common mode chokes are often used to filter common mode electromagnetic interference signals in switching power supplies of computers. In the design of the board, the common mode inductor also plays the role of EMI filtering, which is used to suppress the outward radiation emission of electromagnetic waves generated by the high-speed signal line. The common mode inductor is essentially a bidirectional filter: on one hand, it is necessary to filter out the common mode electromagnetic interference on the signal line; on the other hand, it is necessary to suppress the electromagnetic interference from itself, so as to avoid affecting the normal work of other electronic equipment in the same electromagnetic environment.
CMC 5.1MH 1A 2LN TH / 5.1 mH @ 10 kHz 2 Line Common Mode Choke Through Hole 1A DCR 430mOhm
CMC 3.3MH 5A 2LN TH / 3.3 mH @ 10 kHz 2 Line Common Mode Choke Through Hole 5A DCR 37mOhm
97691 pieces
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CMC 750UH 5.5A 2LN SMD
CMC 25MH 6A 2LN TH / 25 mH @ 400 Hz 2 Line Common Mode Choke Through Hole 6A (Typ) DCR 84.2mOhm (Typ)
CMC 630MA 2LN TH / 2 Line Common Mode Choke Through Hole 630mA DCR 700mOhm
6000 pieces
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CMC 8MH 3.2A 2LN TH ESD / 8 mH @ 10 kHz 2 Line Common Mode Choke Through Hole 3.2A DCR 120mOhm
CMC 1MH 4.8A 2LN TH ESD / 1 mH @ 1 kHz 2 Line Common Mode Choke Through Hole 4.8A DCR 22mOhm
95734 pieces
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394 pieces
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CMC 2.2MH 2.75A 2LN SMD
CMC 3.3MH 1.5A 2LN TH
CMC 1.5A 2LN 1.7KOHM SMD / 2 Line Common Mode Choke Surface Mount 1.7 kOhms @ 100 MHz 1.5A DCR 84mOhm
956 pieces
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9 pieces
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91805 pieces
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PULSE XFMR ADSL ETSI-A / ADSL, VDSL Pulse Transformer Through Hole
CMC 700UH 4A 2LN TH / 700 ┬ÁH @ 10 kHz 2 Line Common Mode Choke Through Hole 4A DCR 24mOhm (Typ)
13020 pieces
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