FBMH3225HM102NT - 

Ferrite Bead, 1210 [3225 Metric], 1 kohm, 2 A, FB Series, 0.1 ohm, ± 30%

FBMH3225HM102NT - Ferrite Bead, 1210 [3225 Metric], 1 kohm, 2 A, FB Series, 0.1 ohm, ± 30%

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1210 [3225 Metric]
FB Series
± 30%
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Product Overview

The FBMH3225HM102NT is a 1kR Chip Bead Inductor for use with power line and reflow soldering applications.
  • 100MHz Frequency rating
  • -40 to 125°C Operating temperature range



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