SMT Chip Inductors measure 0.5 x 0.25 x 0.25 mm.
October 22, 2002 - GLTZ Series epoxy encapsulated inductors are made by laser-cutting helix in copper deposited on alumina core. Series includes 17 models with inductance range of 1.0 to 22 nH. Sandard tolerance on inductance is ±5% (±0.3 nH for inductances less than 6.8 nH). Terminals are nickel plated with solder coat. Series features high Q at microwave frequencies and high self resonant frequencies (up to 20 GHz).
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Sprague-Goodman Electronics, Inc.
1700 Shames Dr.
Westbury, NY, 11590
Smallest Surface Mount Chip Inductors Added to Sprague-Goodman's SURFCOIL® Line
Westbury, NY. Sprague-Goodman's SURFCOIL® product line has been expanded to include a new series of extremely small SMT chip inductors.
Designated the GLTZ Series, these epoxy encapsulated inductors measure only 0.5 mm x 0.25 mm x 0.25 mm (0201 size). They are made by laser-cutting a helix in copper deposited on an alumina core. The terminals are nickel plated with a solder coat.
The GLTZ Series covers an inductance range of 1.0 nH to 22 nH in 17 models. The standard tolerance on inductance is ± 5% (± 0.3 nH for inductances less than 6.8 nH). The series features high Q at microwave frequencies, and high self resonant frequencies (up to 20 GHz).
GLTZ inductors are priced at $0.092 each for 15,000 pieces, the quantity contained in one 18 cm (7 inch) reel. Parts are also supplied in bulk. Lead time for delivery is 10 weeks.
For detailed technical information, contact Bernice Feller at Sprague-Goodman Electronics, Inc., 1700 Shames Drive, Westbury, NY 11590; Tel:516-334-8700; Fax: 516-334-8771; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; web: www.spraguegoodman.com