Common Mode Chokes

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Cut Tape (CT)Digi-Reel®Tape & Reel (TR)
Filter Type
Power LinePower, Signal Line
Impedance @ Frequency
30 Ohms @ 100 MHz52 Ohms @ 100 MHz83 Ohms @ 100 MHz
Current Rating (Max)
17A19A21A
Voltage Rating - DC
80V-
Ratings
-AEC-Q200
Size / Dimension
0.220" L x 0.177" W (5.60mm x 4.50mm)0.335" L x 0.220" W (8.50mm x 5.60mm)0.354" L x 0.335" W (9.00mm x 8.50mm)
Height (Max)
0.126" (3.20mm)0.189" (4.80mm)
Package / Case
4-SMD, J-Lead0302 (0805 Metric)
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7427521
7427521
CMC 19A 2LN 52 OHM SMD
Würth Elektronik
4,661
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1 : $2.53000
Cut Tape (CT)
2,400 : $1.91000
Tape & Reel (TR)
Tape & Reel (TR)
Cut Tape (CT)
Digi-Reel®
Active
Power, Signal Line
2
52 Ohms @ 100 MHz
19A
3mOhm
-
-
-40°C ~ 125°C
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-
Surface Mount
0.335" L x 0.220" W (8.50mm x 5.60mm)
0.126" (3.20mm)
0302 (0805 Metric)
7427523
7427523
WE-CMS COMMON MODE SMT BEAD SIZE
Würth Elektronik
3,243
In Stock
1 : $2.53000
Cut Tape (CT)
2,000 : $1.91000
Tape & Reel (TR)
Tape & Reel (TR)
Cut Tape (CT)
Digi-Reel®
Active
Power, Signal Line
2
83 Ohms @ 100 MHz
21A
3mOhm
80V
-
-40°C ~ 125°C
AEC-Q200
-
-
Surface Mount
0.354" L x 0.335" W (9.00mm x 8.50mm)
0.189" (4.80mm)
4-SMD, J-Lead
7427520
7427520
CMC 17A 2LN 30 OHM SMD
Würth Elektronik
1,669
In Stock
1 : $2.53000
Cut Tape (CT)
2,000 : $1.91000
Tape & Reel (TR)
Tape & Reel (TR)
Cut Tape (CT)
Digi-Reel®
Active
Power Line
2
30 Ohms @ 100 MHz
17A
3mOhm
80V
-
-40°C ~ 125°C
-
-
-
Surface Mount
0.220" L x 0.177" W (5.60mm x 4.50mm)
0.126" (3.20mm)
4-SMD, J-Lead
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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.