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The World's Only and The Most Convenient SMT Inductor Kits
annawood   4/30/2014 3:24:09 AM
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These Super SMT Inductor  Kits are of the world's only type that offer the most convenience for sorting, storing and obtaining SMT inductors in a short time, <1 second, with the high accuracy. 

They are made based on the world's only special container, Super SMT Component Enclosure™, which has 128 individually lidded compartments and enclosed by one top cover. The foam pad inside the top cover keeps all the small lids, so-called coverlets, closed when the top cover is closed and locked. Each coverlet measures, 0.87" (L) x 0.59" (W) x 0.63"(D) or 22mm (L) x 15mm (W) x 16mm (D), a perfect size for storing and obtaining SMT components. The Super SMT Component Enclosure™ measures 11" (L) x 8.5" (W) x 1.75"(H) or 280mm (L) x 216mm (W) x 45mm (H), the same size as a letter size paper, and can easily be placed on the work benches or stored on book shelves.

All the surface mount inductors are pre-sorted and stored in Super SMT Component Enclosure™ with surface mount inductor values printed clearly on each lid.

These Super SMT Inductor Kits™ contain:

74 values of 0402 size inductors

88 values of 0603 size inductors

85 values of 0805 size inductors

60 values of 1008 size inductors.

These inductors are carefully chosen from a few major brand manufacturers, TDK, TAIYO, Murata, and Viking, based on this criterion: minimum DC resistance and maximum current capability. When ordering, there are 3 choices for the number of inductors per value:20PCs/values, 50PCs/values, and 100PCs/values.

http://www.smtzone.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=store01&Category_Code=103



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