DO5022P-333MLD - 

Power Inductor (SMD), 33 µH, 3 A, Unshielded, 5.2 A, DO5022P Series, 18.03mm x 15.24mm x 7.11mm

DO5022P-333MLD - Power Inductor (SMD), 33 µH, 3 A, Unshielded, 5.2 A, DO5022P Series, 18.03mm x 15.24mm x 7.11mm

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DO5022P Series
18.03mm x 15.24mm x 7.11mm
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The DO5022P-333MLD is a surface mount unshielded Power Inductor with ferrite core. This inductor features gold over nickel over phosphor bronze terminations and is resistance to soldering heat maximum three 40 seconds reflows at +260°C, parts cooled to room temperature between cycles. This inductor also features moisture sensitivity level (MSL) of 1, failures in time (FIT)/mean time between failures (MTBF) is 38 per billion hours/26,315,789 hours, calculated per Telcordia SR-332 and only pure water or alcohol recommended for wash. DC current at which inductance drops the specified amount from its value without current and Inductance tested at 100kHz, 0.1Vrms, 0ADC using an Agilent/HP 4263B LCR meter or equivalent.
  • Up to 28.8A saturation excellent current handling
  • Low DC resistance keeps power losses to a minimum


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