ferrite bead


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ferrite bead

[′fe‚rīt ′bēd]
(electronics)
Magnetic information storage device consisting of ferrite powder mixtures in the form of a bead fired on the current-carrying wires of a memory matrix.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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There's also an adjustable ferrite bead on the cable whose weight ensures the cable does not protrude out of your cabinet when connected.
The ferrite bead is the simplest type of the filter: it is characterized by low cost and significant attenuation of short electromagnetic pulses (similar to high-frequency signal) in conductors connected to electronic apparatus.
3) was designed close to CISPR 25 requirements, with exception that inductance was formed by special low frequency ferrite bead LFB095051 from Laird, mounted on incoming wires.
Adding a ferrite bead to the fixture wire can raise fixture inductance.
The inductor packaging options are similar: a ferrite bead around the connector pin, or a ferrite slab which all the pins pass through.
(1.) "Automotive 150[degrees]C class ferrite bead, solder mountable," Murata Manufacturing, News Release, May 10, 2016.
The BLM 15H Ferrite Bead Series provides EMI suppression into the gigahertz frequency range in an 0402 package size.
Especially for PDAs and notebook computers, Murata offers the BLA2A Series of four-circuit surface-mount ferrite bead arrays.