toroidal core

toroidal core

[tə′rȯid·əl ′kȯr]
(electromagnetism)
The doughnut-shaped piece of magnetic material in a toroidal magnetic circuit.
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The primary winding of current transformers was a bus bar and the secondary winding was wound on a magnetic toroidal core made from combined steel and nanocrystalline material (Figure 1).
These transformers use a round toroidal core construction, which makes the transformer a Class II design as no live parts of the transformer carrying current are exposed.
The transformer features a toroidal core construction, known for its low losses, low heat and low electro-magnetic interference, compared with conventional, stacked lamination type.
One approach to smaller antennas is the Contrawound Toroidal Helical Antenna (CTHA) consisting of two or more helices wrapped around a toroidal core.
Carpenter is not purchasing Telcon's toroidal core and components business, which includes the manufacture of Planar Magnetics, Hall Effect transducers, wound products and electro-mechanical assemblies.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply Of Crgo Round Toroidal Core Of Various Sizes
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Strip Wound Toroidal Cores
is using the programme to run advanced multi-physics simulations for its grain oriented electrical steels, cold-formed sections, road barriers and toroidal cores.
Many current transformer manufacturers wind turns on toroidal cores.
Molypermalloy Powder MPP) toroidal cores from Chang Sung Corp.
The SMT devices feature toroidal cores in a convenient surface-mount package.