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Multilayer Chip Inductor for NFC Application–MCL-N Series

Overview

Near Field Communication (NFC) is the technology of capable of communicating within a short distance of a few centimeters. Compared with other wireless communications such as Bluetooth and WiFi, NFC has a slower data transmission speed and is mainly used for small data transmission. In fact, NFC is mainly used in payment services, WiFi settings, Bluetooth pairing settings of smart phones, wearable devices. In the NFC circuits, the inductor is functioned as noise filtering and impedance matching and is essential for NFC application.

Background

In order to meet the needs of noise filtering and impedance matching circuits of NFC applications, Sunlord has developed especially MCL-N series multilayer chip ferrite inductors based on rich experience in inductor development and advanced manufacturing technologies.

Features

Monolithic structure for high reliability

Excellent solderability and high heat resistance

No cross coupling due to magnetic shielded

High DC bias current due to improved material

Applications

Noise filtering and impedance matching for NFC, or other Power lines

Dimensions

Part Number

Electrical Characteristics

MCL1005N TYPE

Part Number
Inductance
L Test Freq.
DC Resistance
Max.
Min. Self- resonant
Frequency
Saturation
Current
Typ.
Heat Rating Current
Max.
Units
nH
MHz
Ω
MHz
mA
mA
Symbol
L
Freq.
DCR
S.R.F
Isat
Irms
MCL1005NR16JT
160±5%
25
0.52
200
550
400
MCL1005NR56JT
560±5%
25
1.4
120
250
250
 
MCL1608N TYPE
Part Number
Inductance
L Test Freq.
DC Resistance
Max.
Min. Self- resonant
Frequency
Saturation
Current
Typ.
Heat Rating Current
Max.
Units
nH
MHz
Ω
MHz
mA
mA
Symbol
L
Freq.
DCR
S.R.F
Isat
Irms
MCL1608NR16JT
160±5%
25
0.156
200
1100
700
MCL1608NR56JT
560±5%
25
0.52
120
550
400
Isat: DC current at which the inductance drops approximate 30% from its value without current;
Irms: DC current that causes the temperature rise (T =40°C) from 20°C ambient.
 

 

Production

Mass Production