Common Mode Chokes

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Manufacturer
CoilcraftLittelfuse Inc.
Series
0603USBLCFE
Packaging
Cut Tape (CT)Digi-Reel®StripTape & Reel (TR)
Impedance @ Frequency
90 Ohms @ 100 MHz100 Ohms @ 3 GHz
Current Rating (Max)
100mA500mA
DC Resistance (DCR) (Max)
77mOhm4Ohm
Voltage Rating - DC
5V-
Voltage Rating - AC
250V-
Operating Temperature
-40°C ~ 105°C-40°C ~ 85°C
Features
-TVS Diode ESD Protection
Size / Dimension
0.050" L x 0.039" W (1.27mm x 1.00mm)0.060" L x 0.030" W (1.52mm x 0.76mm)
Height (Max)
0.026" (0.65mm)0.046" (1.17mm)
Package / Case
0504 (1210 Metric), 6 LeadHorizontal, 4 PC Pad
Stocking Options
Environmental Options
Media
Marketplace Product
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Filter Type
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Impedance @ Frequency
Inductance @ Frequency
Current Rating (Max)
DC Resistance (DCR) (Max)
Voltage Rating - DC
Voltage Rating - AC
Operating Temperature
Ratings
Approval Agency
Features
Mounting Type
Size / Dimension
Height (Max)
Package / Case
LCFE Series
LCFE121002A900TG
CMC 100MA 2LN 90 OHM SMD ESD
Littelfuse Inc.
11,480
In Stock
1 : $0.20000
Cut Tape (CT)
4,000 : $0.08080
Tape & Reel (TR)
Tape & Reel (TR)
Cut Tape (CT)
Digi-Reel®
Active
Signal Line
2
90 Ohms @ 100 MHz
-
100mA
4Ohm
5V
-
-40°C ~ 85°C
-
-
TVS Diode ESD Protection
Surface Mount
0.050" L x 0.039" W (1.27mm x 1.00mm)
0.026" (0.65mm)
0504 (1210 Metric), 6 Lead
9,054
Marketplace
1 : $0.93000
Strip
Strip
Active
Signal Line
2
100 Ohms @ 3 GHz
18 nH @ 100 MHz
500mA
77mOhm
-
250V
-40°C ~ 105°C
-
-
-
Surface Mount
0.060" L x 0.030" W (1.52mm x 0.76mm)
0.046" (1.17mm)
Horizontal, 4 PC Pad
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Common Mode Chokes


A common mode choke is an electrical filter that blocks high frequency noise common to two or more data or power lines while allowing the desired DC or low-frequency signal to pass. Common mode (CM) noise current is typically radiated from sources such as unwanted radio signals, unshielded electronics, inverters and motors. Left unfiltered, this noise presents interference problems in electronics and electrical circuits.