pot core

pot core

[′pät ‚kȯr]
(electromagnetism)
A ferrite magnetic core that has the shape of a pot, with a magnetic post in the center and a magnetic plate as a cover; the coils for a choke or transformer are wound on the center post.
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We found a large pot core, shown in Figure 7b, which had a larger cross-sectional area, so we measured its magnetizing and leakage inductances at varying core gaps and frequencies.
Figure 8 also illustrates the performance of the pot core in context of the previous data.
Moving forward with the shorter secondary nested L-L and the large pot core transformers, we took power measurements in an open loop with a fixed duty cycle.
The pot core reached 91% resonant tank DC to DC efficiency, which did not meet our goal, but may have room for improvement.
Our hypothesis is the pot core will be better for EMI performance.
The pot core construction has a clearance equal to the wall thickness of the plastic pot (0.
This pot core design is capable of handling DC currents while maintaining a stable inductance owing to high saturation currents and self-shielding.
Tenders are invited for ungapped pot cores and printed circuit bobbins
Adams stocks a full selection of magnetic products, from 3mm pot cores to 55mm E cores, to 500mm accelerator ring cores.