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RF chip inductors boast 1.8nH to 150nH inductance range

16 Oct 2013  | Susan Nordyk

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Coilcraft CPS recently unveiled its latest chip inductor that offers 43 inductance values ranging from 1.8nH to 150nH. The ST312RAG series of 0603-size chip inductors boast an ambient temperature range of -40°C to 125°C with RMS current, 125°C to 140°C with derated current, and a storage temperature range of -55°C to 125°C.

ST312RAG inductors have current ratings of up to 800mA, Q factors to 40, and DC resistance as low as 0.030Ω. Other specifications include self-resonant frequencies as high as 16GHz and standard tolerances of ±2per cent and ±5per cent.

The ST312RAG series is part of Coilcraft's portfolio of extended-temperature RF chip inductors, which includes devices in six different surface-mount case sizes. Prices for the ST312RAG inductors start at $0.99. Standard versions are available from stock.

Datasheet for the ST312RAG series of chip inductors can be downloaded here.

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