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PFC, Power Factor Correction Inductor, Vertical Mount, Toroid

Features:
  • Available for Use in Power Ratings from 200W to 1000W
  • Operates with Controllers from Several IC Manufacturers
  • Ranges from 100µH to 1000µH Under Full Load and are Designed for 100kHz Operation
  • Designed Using the Industry Standard Input Voltage Range 85VAC - 265VAC at 50/60Hz.
  • Uses a Toroidal Geometry to Allow the use of Thicker Wire to Decrease DC Resistance and Yield Higher Current Capacity
  • Uses Industry Standard Vertical Through-Hole Mounting Configurations and have an Operating Temperature Range of 20°C to +105°C

 
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Model
Output
Power
(Watts)

Inductance
@ 0A (µH)

Inductance
@ Ipeak (µH) Min

Ipeak
(Amps)

Iripple,
p-p (Amps)

Irms
(Amps)

DCR
Max

Add Qty.
PFC-01101-00  200
1980
747
2.6
1.1
4.2
0.40
PFC-01102-00  300
810
411
3.9
1.6
6.2
0.30
PFC-03100-00  500
660
350
6.1

10.0
0.05
PFC-03301-00  600
580
278
7.5

12.25
0.05
PFC-04303-00  700
460
237
8.7

14.3
0.03
PFC-04304-00  800
420
205
10.1

16.5
0.023
PFC-05304-00  900
405
186
11.2

18.3
0.02
PFC-05100-00  1000
300
131
12.7

20.8
0.015
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Mechanical

PFC Inductor Mechanical Drawing
Unit: mm

Part Number A
(Max)
B
(Max)
C
(Max)
D
± .005
E
± .005
F
+ .015 / .005
PFC-01101-00 42.5 20.3 45.0 1.3 15.2 22.9
PFC-01102-00 42.5 20.3 45.0 1.3 15.2 22.9
PFC-03100-00 54 29.9 55.9 1.3 22.9 38.1
PFC-03301-00 54 25.9 55.9 1.3 22.9 38.1

 


 

PFC Inductor Physical Dimension
Unit: mm

Part Number A
(Max)
B
(Max)
C
(Max)
D
± .005
PFC-04303-00 61 42 35.5 2.29
PFC-04304-00 61 42 35.5 2.41
PFC-05304-00 61 42 35.5 2.41
PFC-05100-00 61 42 35.5 3.05


 

General Information

Power factor is the ratio of the real power to apparent power. Power factor can vary between 0 and 1, and can be either inductive (lagging, pointing up) or capacitive (leading, pointing down). In order to reduce a capacitive (or leading) power factor, an inductor is added to make the power factor equal 1. The whole purpose of making the power factor equal to one is to make the circuit look purely resistive (apparent power equal to real power).