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Multilayer chip inductors mix low profile, excellent performance

Posted: 02 Dec 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:J.W. Miller Magnetics? PM1210G? PM1812G? multilayer chip inductor? inductor?

PM1210G and PM1812G inductors

J.W. Miller Magnetics introduced its new RoHS-compliant surface-mount PM1210G and PM1812G series of multilayer chip inductors. Featuring a low profile with excellent performance characteristics, said the company, the highly-reliable inductors are designed to meet a wide variety of high frequency applications, including personal and laptop computers, printers, hard drives, computer peripherals, HDTV's, VCRs, and other consumer electronics products.

"The PM1210G and PM1812G inductors are just a small sampling of the components we have introduced that meet current and emerging demands for RoHS-compliant products," said Chuck Troy, managing director of J.W. Miller Magnetics. "With this most recent introduction, we feel confident that our product range and breadth continues to meet virtually any engineering requirement for RoHS-compliant inductors."

Manufactured using monolithic construction to assure consistent performance and maximum reliability, the new inductors feature ferrite material construction that effectively reduces unwanted radiation to a minimum. Depending on model, inductance values range from 0.10?H to 33?H. Other performance characteristics include an operating temperature of -25C to 125C, high Q characteristics and a rated DC current up to 800mA.

The new inductors measure 3.2-by-2.5-by-1.3mm (PM1210G) and 4.5-by-3.2-by-1.5mm (PM1812G), and are packaged in tape-and-reel quantities of 2,500 per reel and 1,000 per reel, respectively. Pricing is from 8 cents to $1 each in minimum production quantities, with delivery between 4 to 6 weeks.

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