Metal-Oxide Varistor 14Vrms 3mW 0402

  • RS Stock No. 775-2720
  • Mfr. Part No. B72590E0140L060
  • Manufacturer EPCOS
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): HR
Product Details

Metal Oxide Varistors CT Series

Surface mount chip varistor

Nickel barrier termination

Specifications
Attribute Value
Varistor Voltage 20 → 27V
Maximum AC Voltage Rating 14V
Maximum DC Voltage Rating 16V
Clamping Voltage 46V
Clamping Current 1A
Maximum Surge Current 10A
Capacitance 47pF
Length 1mm
Depth 0.5mm
Dimensions 1 x 0.5 x 0.5mm
Package/Case 0402 (1005M)
Temporarily out of stock - back order for despatch 07/02/2020, delivery within 4 working days from despatch date
Price Each (In a Pack of 100)
MYR 0.521
units
Per unit
Per Pack*
100 - 400
MYR0.521
MYR52.10
500 - 900
MYR0.485
MYR48.50
1000 +
MYR0.447
MYR44.70
*price indicative
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