The Black Diamond® RF-TCD® Dual-band filter-choke inductor is the first inductor to use a single-layer design, meaning that there is no need to install a separate filter choke.
The RF-TSD dual-band inductor comes in either a 2.3mm or 4.0mm diameter, and it uses the same type of filter choke as the original Black Diamond Dual-Banded filter-band design.
The 2.5mm version uses a 10-phase, 3-phase or 4-phase filter.
The 4.2mm and 4.4mm versions use a 12-phase 3- or 4-, 3- and 4-phases filter.
Both versions use the same filter for the inductor itself.
The Black Dice filter is an extremely thin layer that covers the entire inductor.
The filter layer is also a good thickness because the Black Dice design allows the filter to flex, thus making it possible to fit a thicker filter onto the inductors, allowing the inductances to flex as they pass through.
The inductors also use a high-density, high-conductivity material.
The high conductivity and high inductance also means that the filter is more prone to wear, especially when a new filter is installed on an inductor and used to replace a worn inductor with the new inductor (this happens often in inductor replacement projects).
The 2mm and 3mm sizes are made from 1/4″ (15mm) aluminum, while the 4.1mm version is made from 2mm (35mm) alumina aluminum.
The Black Diamond filters have a low coefficient of thermal expansion, meaning they are more stable and perform better than typical 2-wire filter designs.
The lower coefficient of expansion means that they can be easily installed into an inductive circuit without causing any damage.
The lowest inductance inductors will also give a low-noise, low-distortion frequency response.
Black Diamond is also the first company to make a dual-Band filter-channel design in its inductor family.
The RF-TOE dual-banded filter is the second inductor in the RF-TIEC family, and has an inductance of 2.6×10-12Nm (3.8x10m).
The filter channel is made up of a pair of 2mm copper conductors sandwiched together, and the second conductive layer is made of a layer of 1.5x10nm alumina.
The 3-layer filter has a coefficient of about 0.8, and both the 2.2x10mm and 2.4×10 mm sizes have an inductivity of about 1.8.
The two-channel RF-TFEC dual-channel filter has an effective inductance and a coefficient only of 0.9.
The higher inductance versions have an effective induction of 0 to 0.15 and a coil resistance of about 60 ohms.
The 10-channel version has an efficiencies of about 3.4 and 0.5, respectively.
Both the 2×10 and 2×4 versions have inductance ranging from 1.4 to 4.3, but the higher inductances have a much higher coil resistance than the lower inductances.
The highest inductance filter has about 2,400 ohms of resistance.
The filter can be installed directly into a inductor by placing a pair on either end of the inductance conductor.
The two-wire design allows for easy insertion and removal, while a 3-wire is the easiest.
The 2.25mm version can be used to fit any filter choke in an inducted circuit, but it requires a thicker, heavier filter than the 4mm version.
The smaller filter size is also easier to solder and can be fitted to any inductor without removing the inductive material from the inducting material.
A larger, heavier, filter will require a thicker layer of filter material to be added to the inducted section, which will cause problems when the inductee is used to filter.
The 5-inch version is a single, single-phase inductor that has an overall inductance that ranges from 1,400 to 1,700 Ohms.
The 4.7mm version has a 10% capacitance.
The 5-mm version requires a 6% capacitances, so the inductions must be matched to the filter choke to achieve a perfect inductance.
The inductors in the 2- and 3-channel versions are very similar.
Both the 2mm version and 4mm versions have the same inductance as the 1.3- and 2-watt versions.
Both of the 2 and 3 versions use filter choke inserts that are 1.6mm in diameter and 0,8mm in length.
Both versions have a 0