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AMIDON T80-10 POWERED IRON TOROID

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Price:
1.47 EUR (1.22 EUR + VAT)
Model: T80-10
Availability: On stock
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Physical Dimensions



OD = .795 in / 20.2 mm +/- 0.02 in
ID = .495 in / 12.6 mm +/- 0.02 in
Ht = .250 in / 6.35 mm +/- 0.025 in
 AL=3.2 +/- 5 %      uH=(AL*Turns2)/1000 
Temperature Stability (ppm /°C) = 150
Color Code = Black / Clear
Optimum Resonant Circuit Range
for highest Q and lowest core loss
15 MHz - 100 MHz

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