I was checking a schematic for work, and I saw this component that I don't recognize, marked 600R/2A.
Since they are marked L and are used in combination with capacitors, I think they are inductors meant to serve as low pass filters in combination with the capacitors.
Why do they have such an odd symbol and why are they marked the way they are?
I assume the "2A" part to be the maximum current, and 600R to be some sort of resistance value. But what is the inductance here?
I read online that it is a type of ferrite inductor/filter.
I need to copy parts of this circuit into another design but I would rather understand what it does first.