TDK Electronics Ferrite Cores & Accessories | New Product Brief
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TDK Electronics Ferrite Cores & Accessories
TDK’s EPCOS ferrite cores are offered with a wide range of core types, materials, and accessories giving designers the ability to build a core optimized to the target application’s performance requirements.
The wide range of materials include options for high-frequency operation, wide or narrow temperature ranges, and materials that are tuned for different magnetic performance characteristics, such as in proximity switches. These materials are used in all the different core types, including planar cores optimized for high efficiency and high-density power applications, such as EVs, while impeder cores are designed for high frequency welding applications.
Cores are also offered with distributed air gaps to reduce heat generation and enable higher power for a given core size. Accessories, such as coil formers, clamps, and mounting assemblies, are also available.
- Power materials, high permeability materials, materials for proximity switches, NiZn materials
- Applications: High frequency, wide/narrow temperature range, high BSat, high permeability/impedance
- Planar cores for high efficiency and high-density power application
- Impeder cores for high-frequency welding
- Distributed air gap cores for reduced heat generation and higher power compared to single large air gap
- Accessories: coil formers, clamps, mounting assemblies
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