New High-reliability Chip Inductors Offer Temperature Ratings Down to -55°C

Cary, Illinois, USA, (PresseBox) - The new ST312RAG Series 0603 chip inductors from Coilcraft CPS (Critical Products & Services) offer extended temperature ratings (-55°C to 125°C), higher Q and lower DCR than other commercial 0603 inductors, making them ideal for a broad range of extreme-temperature applications.

ST312RAGThe ST312RAG Series is available in 43 inductance values ranging from 1.8 to 150 nH, with current ratings up to 800 mA. They offer Q factors to 40, DCR as low as 0.030 Ohms and SRF values as high as 16 GHz. ST312RAG inductors are offered with tolerances of ± 1%, 2% or 5%.

Complete technical specifications for the ST312RAG Series of extended- temperature chip inductors can be found at: http://www.coilcraft-cps.com/products/chip-inductors.cfm. A datasheet for the ST312RAG can be downloaded at: http://www.coilcraft-cps.com/pdf/ST312RAG.pdf.

Pricing for the ST312RAG starts at $0.99. Standard versions are available direct from stock with custom modifications welcomed. For more information, contact John Steinwehe, +1-847-639-6400, jsteinwehe@coilcraft.com.

Coilcraft, Inc.

Headquartered outside of Chicago in Cary, Illinois, Coilcraft CPS (Critical Products and Services) is part of Coilcraft, Inc., providing RF and Power Magnetics for high-reliability, mission-critical applications such as military, aerospace, medical and other harsh environments where durability and reliability are of paramount importance.

To meet these needs, Coilcraft CPS tests components to extremes, far exceeding ratings of standard commercial parts. Additionally, components can be certified to meet unique customer requirements. Components are manufactured, tested and certified without third-party value-adds or testing, assuring complete and documented control of all processes.

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