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choke coil

[′chōk ‚kȯil]
(electricity)
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Panasonic will start mass production of the new power choke coil October 2013, with a monthly production capacity of 7 million pieces.
The power source is characterised by the illumination of the technical contradiction between the requirement on the high quality of output electrical energy and the amount of stored energy, built up in the output circuits, as a result of producing the high-frequency transducer section of the device in the form of a multiphase circuit in which the inverter part has the form of a group of half-breach inverters with current-restricting choke coils at the output.
The common-mode choke coil must have two key features to make it an effective solution: a high common-mode impedance and a high magnetic coupling factor.
announced its NR8040T series of 8 mm X 8 mm X 4 mm wire-wound power inductors for DC/DC converter choke coil applications in LCD and plasma TVs, automobile navigation systems and home video game consoles.
Taiyo Yuden offers 8 mm x 8 mm x 4 mm wire-wound power inductors for DC/DC converter choke coil applications in LCD and plasma TVs, automobile navigation systems, home video game consoles and other devices.
Designed specifically for space-critical DC/DC converter choke coil applications in battery-powered portables, it provides almost 70% surface-area reduction over competing devices.