Power Electronics

CORE MATERIAL

Core Material

SP2006 and SP2207 Series surface-mount toroidal inductors come with MPP core material. Available in inductance values up to 330 µH, they're suited for temperature applications up to 155°C, and offer better current saturation characteristics for applications up to 500 kHz, where current is mostly dc.
Standex Electronics, Cincinnati
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MHz Powder Core Material

SF56Q and SF53 super flux materials are made of high purity iron-alloyed powders that exhibit lower core losses than traditional iron powder cores, operating up to 2.5 MHz with flux of 13,000 Gauss (Bs) up to 200°C. They feature TAF200 technology.
Alliance Magnetics LLC, Ossining, N.Y.
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Planar PQI 16 Core Material

Planar PQI 16 core is available with JP40 and JF3 material. Its compact footprint design (Ae=42mm2, Ie=19.6mm, 16.7mm ×11.2 mm) may replace planar RM-6 with higher power density.
Alliance Magnetics LLC, Ossining, N.Y.
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Ferrite Materials

The P1 and P2 Series of advanced ferrite materials are designed for applications requiring low power loss in the frequency range of 25 kHz to 200 kHz. They're optimized for operating at temperatures between 80°C and 100°C. The P1 material provides power loss as low as 65mW/cm3 at 25 kHz-200mT-100°C. The P2 material provides power loss as low as 40mW/cm3 at 25 kHz-200mT-100°C and 45mW/cm3 at 100 kHz-100mT-100°C between 200 kHz and 1.5 MHz.
AVX Corp., Myrtle Beach, S.C.
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