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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Scope of the Report This research report categorizes the global inductor market into the following segments and sub segments: Global Inductor Market, by Core Type - Air Core - Ferromagnetic Core - Laminate Core - Ferrite Core - Toroidal Core Global Inductor Market, by Application - Automotive - Transmission & Distribution - Industrial sector - RF & Telecommunication - Military & Defense Europe Inductor Market, by Geography o North America o South America o Europe o Asia-Pacific o Rest of WorldRead the full report: http://www.
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Moreover the market is bifurcated based on different types of core used in inductors, such as air core, ferromagnetic/ferrite core, laminated core, ceramic core and 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.
The inductor market has been segmented with respect to types including fixed, variable, couple, surface mount, multilayer, and power inductor and also by core type including air core, ferromagnetic core, ceramic core, toroidal core, and laminated core.
Benefitting from its audiophile heritage, design features include 24 bit-192 kHz Burr-Brown DACs; Toroidal core power transformers; and oxygen-free copper coil power amp audio filters.