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I am working on a DIY project and I accidently used a heat gun to unsolder L1 on my PMOD I2C board

I looked at the schematic but do not understand what the L1 part is with the 2500 designation. Some sort of choke filter?

I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction on replacing this part.

 

Thanks!!!

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Hi JGRMSL,

In this instance (and in most cases) parts labeled with an "L" on schematics traditionally indicate that part is an inductor. So on the PmodI2S, L1 is an inductor with a value of 2500 uH.

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JColvin

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Hi JGRMSL,

In this instance (and in most cases) parts labeled with an "L" on schematics traditionally indicate that part is an inductor. So on the PmodI2S, L1 is an inductor with a value of 2500 uH.

Thanks,
JColvin

That is what I was assuming as well but if it is a choke mode line filter I have seen the designation as the mA rating of the inductor.

Just did not know if anyone actual know the part number.

 

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I looked it up and found a little more information about it, it has a part number of 490-1028-1-ND, and it is actually a ferrite bead as opposed to an inductor. I apologize for the mis-information earlier.

Thanks,
JColvin

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