Ferrite Cores

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K1N30
Inductance Factor (Al)
140 nH7.3 µH
Initial Permeability (µi)
804300
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B62152A7X1
B62152A0007X001
FERRITE CORE 2 HOLE 140NH K1
EPCOS - TDK Electronics
6,178
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1 : £1.14000
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ActiveMulti-Hole (2)-K1-140 nH±30%Ungapped800.757.610.278Uncoated0.244" (6.20mm)0.285" (7.25mm)0.165" (4.20mm)
B62152A7X30
B62152A0007X030
FERRITE CORE 2 HOLE 7.3UH N30
EPCOS - TDK Electronics
4,960
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1 : £0.60000
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ActiveMulti-Hole (2)-N30-7.3 µH±30%Ungapped43000.757.610.278Uncoated0.244" (6.20mm)0.285" (7.25mm)0.165" (4.20mm)
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Ferrite Cores


Ferrite cores are a magnetic device used in the windings of transformers or other wound components. The chemical makeup of these devices help to prevent eddy currents. These are created in different form factors such as: E, toroid, ER, multi-hole, etc. and come in many different sizes. Key parameters are going to be the size, form factor or core type, and inductance factor.