deflection yoke

deflection yoke

[di′flek·shən ‚yōk]
(electronics)
An assembly of one or more electromagnets that is placed around the neck of an electron-beam tube to produce a magnetic field for deflection of one or more electron beams. Also known as scanning yoke; yoke.
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Later, ferrite was used in a wide range of power supply components such as the deflection yoke cores of television tubes and transformers that convert voltage, exerting a substantial impact on the evolution of virtually all electronic components.
A deflection yoke equipped with a dial gage was used to measure the center deflection of the shelves to the nearest 0.001 inch (Fig.
The Southport plant produces ferrite powder for deflection yoke rings, which are used in the production of computer and television tubes.
This, coupled with a redesigned S-NX DBF electron gun for reduced spot size and screen focus uniformity, and improved deflection yoke technology for better beam landing, provides a flat, sharp and bright image.
This, coupled with a redesigned S-NX DBF electron gun for reduced spot size and screen focus uniformity, and improved deflection yoke technology for improved beam landing, especially in the corners, provides flat, sharp, and bright flat monitors.
This, coupled with a redesigned S-NX DBF electron gun for reduced spot size and superior screen focus uniformity, and improved deflection yoke technology for improved beam landing, especially in the corners, provides for the flattest, sharpest, and brightest monitor available in the industry.
Assuming they are approved by the EU Council of Ministers, three-year (almost entirely) duty free quotas, unlimited in scope, will be opened for products, including cartridges containing an adhesive based on a mixture of silicon modified polymer and aluminium hydroxide for use in the manufacture of deflection yokes; adhesives based on an aqueous dispersion of a mixture of dimerised rosin and a copolymer of ethylene and vinyl acetate; and heat-activated adhesive film on a release paper based on phenolic resin and rubber.
(JVC) said Wednesday it will begin production of deflection yokes for use in computer and television display monitors in China's Fujian Province from next April.