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    Dayton Audio LW18-33 | 0.33 mH | 0.28 Ω | 5% | 18 AWG | Perfect Layer Inductor Crossover Coil

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    Product description

    Highlights

    • Highly refined copper wire
    • Baked enamel insulator
    • Perfect layer windings
    • Air core construction
    • 300 watts RMS power handling
    • ±3-5% tolerance

     

    Product details

    Dayton Audio LW18-33 | 0.33 mH | 0.28 Ω | 5% | 18 AWG | Perfect Layer Inductor Crossover Coil

     

    Dayton Audio 18 gauge perfect layer wound air core inductors are an excellent choice for high quality crossover construction where large power handling is required. Features fully annealed refined copper wire, baked enamel insulator and perfect layer construction. The thin enameled wire permits the tightest windings to minimize DCR and air core construction to ensure no hysteresis and saturation distortions.

     

    Technical note: To prevent crosstalk and noise position inductors in crossovers at right angles to each other.

     

    Specifications

    Article number
    LW18-33
    Inductance
    0.33 mH
    DCR
    0.28 ohms
    Tolerance
    ±5%
    Wire diameter
    18 AWG
    Power handling (RMS)
    300 Watts
    Dimensions: Ø * H (mm)
    39 x 17 mm

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    LW18-33 | 0.33 mH | 0.28 Ω | 5% | 18 AWG | Perfect Layer Inductor Crossover Coil
    € 4,59
    € 5,55
    LW18-33 | 0.33 mH | 0.28 Ω | 5% | 18 AWG | Perfect Layer Inductor Crossover Coil
    1 In stock: delivery time 1-4 business days
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