LQW18CNR39J00D - 

Surface Mount High Frequency Inductor, LQW18A_00 Series, 390 nH, 620 mA, 0603 [1608 Metric]

LQW18CNR39J00D - Surface Mount High Frequency Inductor, LQW18A_00 Series, 390 nH, 620 mA, 0603 [1608 Metric]

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LQW18A_00 Series
0603 [1608 Metric]
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Product Overview

The LQW series from Murata are wire wound inductors used for general purpose applications. These inductors with high Q values are mainly used in matching circuits of RF units for excellent attenuation characteristics in band pass filters. They are also used in the matching applications of antennas for maintaining transmission and reception sensitivity. Innovative coil and case structures provide low Rdc characteristics.
  • Inductance value ranges from 1.1nH to 4.7µH
  • EIA 0201, 03015, 0402, 0603, 0805, 1008, 1206 case sizes available
  • ±0.5nH, ±5%, ±10%, ±20%, ±30%tolerance
  • Operating temperature range -55°C to +125°C
  • Low DC resistance
  • Extremely high Q (Quality factor) value
  • Large currents can be supported


Consumer Electronics, Portable Devices, Power Management, Industrial

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