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|DCR max (Ohms)3||Frequency
|CST7030-020L_||1 : 20||0.053||0.0015||0.420||78 – 1000||6.4||20||1.0|
|CST7030-050L_||1 : 50||0.333||0.0015||2.76||31 – 1000||16.0||20||2.5|
|CST7030-070L_||1 : 70||0.652||0.0015||5.04||22 – 1000||22.4||20||3.5|
|CST7030-100L_||1 : 100||1.330||0.0015||10.68||16 – 1000||32.0||20||5.0|
|CST7030-150L_||1 : 150||2.993||0.0015||22.30||10 – 1000||48.0||20||7.5|
|1||When ordering, please specify packaging code: e.g.CST7030-150LC|
|Packaging||C = 7" machine-ready reel
EIA-481 embossed plastic tape (600 parts per full reel).
B = Less than full reel
In tape, but not machine-ready. To have a leader and trailer added ($25 charge), use code letter D instead.
D = 13" machine-ready reel
EIA-481 embossed plastic tape. Factory order only, not stocked (2500 parts per full reel).
|2||Inductance measured between secondary pins at 100 kHz, 0.1 Vrms, 0 Adc.|
|3||DCR at 25°C. For other operating temperatures, use this DCR at Temperature calculator.|
|4||Maximum volt-time product is for the secondary, based on 2000 Gauss.|
|5||Primary current of 20 A causes less than 25°C temperature rise from 25°C ambient. Higher current causes a greater temperature rise (see Temperature Rise vs Current curve).|
|6||Terminating resistance (RT) value is based on 1 Volt output with 20 Amps flowing through the primary. Varying terminating resistance increases or decreases output Voltage/Ampere according to the following equation:
RT (Ohms) = Vout × Nsec / Iin.
|7||Ambient temperature range:||−40°C to +125°C|
|8||Storage temperature range:||Component: −40°C to +125°C
Tape and reel packaging: −40°C to +80°C
|9||Maximum part temperature: +165°C (Ambient + temperature rise)|
|10||Resistance to soldering heat: Three reflows at >217°C for 90 seconds (+260°C ±5°C for 20 – 40 seconds), allowing parts to cool to room temperature between.|
|11||Electrical specifications at 25°C.|
|Refer to Soldering Coilcraft Components before soldering.|
|PCB washing: Tested to MIL-STD-202 Method 215 plus an additional aqueous wash. More info..|