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Differential Mode Toroidal Coil Inductor

High-saturation flux density

o Less flux leakage and beat

o Low radiation and low core loss

o Preciseness in inductance is remarkable

o High-current, horizontal or vertical mount

o Operating temperature: -55 to 105 degrees Celsius

o Available in various types and specifications

o With housing and tubes available

  • TCC

  • 850450

Choke Coil, Small profile with large current
Low resistance, made with MPP. High-flux, Sendust and Iron Powder cores
Prevents noise emissions, such as electromagnetic interference(EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI)
Protects AC side from effects of switching regulators
Wide range of available inductance and current ratings
0.3A-5A ratings, low-temperature rise
1 Prevention of noise on signal lines and power lines for computer-related or electronic products
2 As a preventive measure against noise terminal voltage or power supply noise in AC/DC DC/DC line noise suppression, TV/VCR unit and communication system.
3 Used in AC/DC, DC/DC Line Noise Suppression, TV/VCR Units and Communication Systems
4 Video cameras.
5 Audio equipment.
6 TV tuners.
7 Switching power supplies.

Toroidal inductors are categorized as passive electronic components; which are defined by any device or physical entity in an electronic system that affects electrons or their associated fields. All toroidal components are manufactured with a circular shaped magnetic center that has materials of high magnetic permeability. Iron powder or ferrite is two of the more popular materials that have high magnetic permeability. Toroidal coils have a multitude of applications, but can be commonly be found in AC electronic circuits and high frequency transformers. Toroid inductors have more inductance per turn, and they have the capacity to carry more current than solenoids that are made with similar core materials and sizes.
There are many different applications for toroidal inductors. They are used in medical devices, musical amplifiers and instruments, industrial controls, refrigeration units, ballasts, clutches, aerospace and nuclear products, and air conditioner equipment.