Kool Mu Cores | Magnetics

By: Mag Inc  09-12-2011
Keywords: Power Factor Correction, Noise Filters, Pulse Transformers,

Kool Mµ® material’s low loss and relatively high saturation level (10,500 gauss) make it excellent for use in power factor correction circuits (PFC) as well as unidirectional drive applications such as Pulse Transformers and Flyback Transformers. The near zero magnetostriction makes Kool Mµ ideal for eliminating audible frequency noise in In-Line Noise Filters and Inductors.

including applications and the advantages of Kool Mu cores versus Powdered Iron and gapped ferrite E cores.

Keywords: Noise Filters, Power Factor Correction, Pulse Transformers,

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