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Standard Inductor Values

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Inductors are one of the four fundamental types of passive electronic components; the other three are the resistor, the capacitor, and the memristor. Inductors take the form of wound coils of wire, straight sections of wire, printed elements on circuit boards and on integrated circuit (IC) substrates. Molded bodies with radial and axial lead, and surface mount soldering pads are common, as are coils made from wire wrapped around magnetic and air cores with flying leads. The basic unit of inductance is the Henry (H).

These inductor values are the most commonly found (CoilCraft has a large selection).

Standard Inductor Values
nH, µH nH, µH nH, µH nH, µH
1.0 10 100 1000
1.1 11 110 1100
1.2 12 120 1200
1.3 13 130 1300
1.5 15 150 1500
1.6 16 160 1600
1.8 18 180 1800
2.0 20 200 2000
2.2 22 220 2200
2.4 24 240 2400
2.7 27 270 2700
3.0 30 300 3000
3.3 33 330 3300
3.6 36 360 3600
3.9 39 390 3900
4.3 43 430 4300
4.7 47 470 4700
5.1 51 510 5100
5.6 56 560 5600
6.2 62 620 6200
6.8 68 680 6800
7.5 75 750 7500
8.2 82 820 8200
8.7 87 870 8700
9.1 91 910 9100


* A nimrod keeps contacting me to say there is no such thing as a real memristor.


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