B82496C Datasheet by EPCOS - TDK Electronics

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SMT inductors
SIMID series, SIMID 0603-C
Series/Type: B82496C
Date: October 2019
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Size 0603 (EIA) and/or 1608 (IEC)
Rated inductance 1 ... 220 nH
Rated current 110 ... 1800 mA
Copper-plated ceramic core
Laser-cut winding, epoxy-coated
Temperature range up to +150 °C
High resonance frequency
Close inductance tolerance
Free of polarization effect
High mechanical stability
Qualified to AEC-Q200
Suitable for lead-free reflow soldering
as referenced in JEDEC J-STD 020D
Resonant circuits, impedance matching for
Car access systems
Wireless communication systems
TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System)
GPS (Global Positioning System)
Digital cameras
Base material Al2O3 ceramic with Cu layer
Layer composition Ni, Sn (lead-free)
No marking on component
Minimum data on reel:
Manufacturer, ordering code, L value,
quantity, date of packing
Delivery mode and packing unit
8-mm cardboard tape, wound on 180-mm reel
Packing unit: 4000 pcs./reel
B82496CSMT inductors, SIMID series
SIMID 0603-C
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Dimensional drawing and layout recommendation
Taping and packing
Cardboard tape Reel
0.8 r0.1 2.3 r0.3 0.9 r0.1
Dimensions in mm
Dimensions in mm
B82496CSMT inductors, SIMID series
SIMID 0603-C
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Technical data and measuring conditions
Rated inductance LRMeasured with impedance analyzer Agilent 4291A
and test fixture Agilent 16196A or equivalent
at frequency fL, 0.1 V, +20 °C
Q factor Qmin, Qtyp Measured with impedance analyzer Agilent 4291A
and test fixture Agilent 16196A or equivalent,
Qmin measured at frequency fQ, +20 °C
Rated temperature TR+125 qC
Rated current IRMaximum permissible DC with a temperature increase
of d 15 K at rated temperature
Self-resonance frequency fres,min Measured with network analyzer Agilent 8720D or
equivalent, +20 °C
DC resistance Rmax Measured at +20 °C
Solderability (lead-free) Sn95.5Ag3.8Cu0.7: +(245 r5) °C, (5 r0.3) s
Wetting of soldering area t 95%
(based on IEC 60068-2-58)
Resistance to soldering heat +260 qC, 40 s (as referenced in JEDEC J-STD 020D)
Climatic category 55/150/56 (to IEC 60068-1)
Storage conditions Mounted: –55 °C … +150 °C
Packaged: 25 °C … +40 °C, d 75% RH
Weight Approx. 4 mg
B82496CSMT inductors, SIMID series
SIMID 0603-C
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Characteristics and ordering codes
Special versions on request.
Higher currents possible at temperatures <TR on request.
Sample kit available (see also chapter “Sample kits”. Ordering code: B82496X001
1) Replace the + by the code letter for the required inductance tolerance.
Tolerance Qmin Qtyp
800 MHz)
fL; fQ
Ordering code1)
(reel packing)
1.0 r0.3 nH A
r0.2 nH Z
7 60 100 1800 0.02 16 B82496C3109+000
1.2 8 60 100 1800 0.025 15 B82496C3129+000
1.5 8 50 100 1500 0.03 13 B82496C3159+000
1.8 12 50 100 1500 0.033 12 B82496C3189+000
2.2 14 50 100 1500 0.035 10 B82496C3229+000
2.7 14 40 100 1400 0.04 10 B82496C3279+000
3.3 14 40 100 1200 0.06 9 B82496C3339+000
3.9 r5% J
r0.2 nH Z
14 40 100 1100 0.065 8 B82496C3399+000
4.7 14 40 100 800 0.10 7 B82496C3479+000
5.6 14 40 100 700 0.15 6 B82496C3569+000
6.8 14 40 100 700 0.15 6 B82496C3689+000
8.2 14 40 100 650 0.18 6 B82496C3829+000
10 r5% J
r2% G
14 40 100 600 0.20 5 B82496C3100+000
12 14 40 100 450 0.35 5 B82496C3120+000
15 14 40 100 420 0.40 4.5 B82496C3150+000
18 14 40 100 400 0.45 4.0 B82496C3180+000
22 14 40 100 380 0.50 4.0 B82496C3220+000
27 14 35 100 360 0.55 3.0 B82496C3270+000
33 14 35 100 350 0.60 3.0 B82496C3330+000
39 14 35 100 300 0.80 2.5 B82496C3390+000
47 14 35 100 270 0.95 2.5 B82496C3470+000
56 14 35 100 250 1.2 2.5 B82496C3560+000
68 14 35 100 230 1.3 2.0 B82496C3680+000
82 14 35 100 220 1.5 2.0 B82496C3820+000
100 14 30 100 200 1.8 1.8 B82496C3101+000
120 5 30 25.2 160 3.0 1.8 B82496C3121+000
150 5 30 25.2 130 5.0 1.6 B82496C3151+000
180 4 25 25.2 120 6.0 1.4 B82496C3181+000
220 4 25 25.2 110 7.0 1.3 B82496C3221+000
B82496CSMT inductors, SIMID series
SIMID 0603-C
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Impedance |Z| versus frequency f
measured with impedance analyzer
Agilent 4291A/16196A, typical values at +20 °C
Q factor versus frequency f
measured with impedance analyzer
Agilent 4291A/16196A, typical values at +20 °C
Inductance L versus DC load current IDC
measured with LCR meter Agilent 4275A,
typical values at +20 °C
Current derating Iop/IR
versus ambient temperature TA
(rated temperature TR = +125 °C)
B82496CSMT inductors, SIMID series
SIMID 0603-C
Cautions and warnings
Please note the recommendations in our Inductors data book (latest edition) and in the data
Particular attention should be paid to the derating curves given there.
The soldering conditions should also be observed. Temperatures quoted in relation to wave
soldering refer to the pin, not the housing.
If the components are to be washed varnished it is necessary to check whether the washing
varnish agent that is used has a negative effect on the wire insulation, any plastics that are used,
or on glued joints. In particular, it is possible for washing varnish agent residues to have a
negative effect in the long-term on wire insulation.
Washing processes may damage the product due to the possible static or cyclic mechanical
loads (e.g. ultrasonic cleaning). They may cause cracks to develop on the product and its parts,
which might lead to reduced reliability or lifetime.
The following points must be observed if the components are potted in customer applications:
Many potting materials shrink as they harden. They therefore exert a pressure on the plastic
housing or core. This pressure can have a deleterious effect on electrical properties, and in
extreme cases can damage the core or plastic housing mechanically.
It is necessary to check whether the potting material used attacks or destroys the wire, wire
insulation, plastics or glue.
The effect of the potting material can change the high-frequency behaviour of the components.
Many coating materials have a negative effect (chemically and mechanically) on the winding
wires, insulation materials and connecting points. Customers are always obligated to
determine whether and to what extent their coating materials influence the component.
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coating material.
Ceramics / ferrites are sensitive to direct impact. This can cause the core material to flake, or
lead to breakage of the core.
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