Frequently asked questions
We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions and essential knowledge about power inductors, common-mode chokes, transformers, and RJ45 (LAN magnetic components). This information covers from basic product details to their applications and important considerations when using them. Our primary goals include developing high-performance products, minimizing energy loss, and making contributions to sustainability.
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The inductor also called for coil, choke, or reactor. Is a passive component with two two-terminal, designed to resist changes in current.Read more
Please find each inductor core materials explanation.Read more
Some series of products must be used within 6 months of delivery, and other series may be up to 12 months of delivery. Please check with our sales department about the storage period for the part you wish...Read more
The following storage information is for the storage method(environment) of general inductors.Read more
In order to focus on the performance, there are portions of the wire wound inductor which are coated with resin. Even if there is coating, the lead lines are not protected. For this reason, pay sufficient...Read more
The temperature range refers allowable range of the ambient temperature when using an inductor. The self-heating of the inductor should be taken into consideration as well.Read more
When an inductor is used beyond the operating temperature range, the following failures can be considered. (1) Case where the coil is disconnected and results in an open mode (2) Case where the insulation...Read more
Generally, the inductor is utilized to suppress high frequency noise and stabilize the current in power supply lines. The power inductor for a choke can also be used for power supplies. Please contact...Read more
What is a magnetic shield? If there is no magnetic shield, what happens to the ceramic?Read more
Transformers can be divided into two categories based on the operating frequency: high-frequency and low-frequency transformers. The operating frequency of high-frequency transformers is usually over 1kHz,...Read more
The casing and bobbin are usually used for transformers to fix and protect the internal structure of the transformer. The transformer's bobbin is typically made of metal or plastic, with high strength...Read more