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SCHURTER Inc Compensated High Current Choke, 3-phase DKIP-3

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Compensated High Current Choke, 3-phase - DKIP-3 - SCHURTER Inc
Santa Rosa, CA, United States
Compensated High Current Choke, 3-phase
DKIP-3
Compensated High Current Choke, 3-phase DKIP-3
Description Current compensated choke 3-phase choke Flexible wire Flange for mounting onto printed circuit board Fully potted resign Applications Placed in front of frequency converter Stepper motor drives UPS-systems Inverter

Description

  • Current compensated choke
  • 3-phase choke
  • Flexible wire
  • Flange for mounting onto printed circuit board
  • Fully potted resign

Applications

  • Placed in front of frequency converter
  • Stepper motor drives
  • UPS-systems
  • Inverter
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Technical Specifications

  SCHURTER Inc
Product Category Inductors, Coils, and Chokes
Product Number DKIP-3
Product Name Compensated High Current Choke, 3-phase
Operating Temperature -25 to 100 C (-13 to 212 F)
Inductance Range 600 to 5000 microH
Inductance Tolerance -30 to 50 (+/- %)
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