LQW18AN_80 series (click here for datasheet) consists of air core chip inductor using a miniature alumina core. Low DC resistance has been achieved by precise winding process and proper core designing.
Tight inductance tolerance of ±0.1nH, ±2% has been designed with horizontal winding structure.
Low DC resistance, Larger rated current than standard type LQW18A_00 series.
The subminiature dimensions (1.6 x 0.8mm) allow high density mounting.
The high self-resonant frequency realizes high Q value and stable inductance at high frequency.
Low DC resistance design is ideal for low loss, high output and low power consumption.
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