Powder Cores - Kool Mu,MPP,High Flux and XFlux Powder Cores

By: Mag Inc  09-12-2011
Keywords: Inductors


Magnetics® Powder Core products, Kool Mu®, MPP, High Flux and XFLUX® materials,  are distributed air gap cores that are primarily used in power inductor applications, specifically in switched-mode power supply (SMPS) output filters, also known as DC inductors.  Other power applications include differential inductors, boost inductors, buck inductors, and flyback transformers.  Notable characteristics of Magnetics’ Powder Core materials are high resistivity, low hysteresis and eddy current losses and excellent inductance stability under both DC and AC conditions.  In addition, Magnetics Powder Core materials are not pressed with an organic binder, therefore, there is no thermal aging. 


Keywords: Inductors

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