filter choke

filter choke

[′fil·tər ‚chōk]
(electricity)
An iron-core coil used in a power-supply filter system to pass direct current while offering high impedance to pulsating or alternating current.
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Moreover, LeaXield circuits can be integrated into new EMC filter solutions to downsize the expensive current-compensated filter chokes.
A clogged air intake or filter chokes off air to the engine, making it work harder.
Additional applications include DC/DC converters, VRM inductors for CPU or DDR memory power supplies and input and output filter chokes. Windings can be connected in series or parallel to offer a broad range of inductance ratings (0.33 mH to 4.02 mH), peak current ratings (0.13A to 56A) and rms current ratings (0.128A to 17.9A).
Extensive range of UL/CSA/TUV/CE certified/approved standard transformers includes our Commercial & Medical Grade Isolation Transformers, our enclosed ISO-BOX line, Auto-transformers, Rectifier Transformers, Current Sensors and Filter Chokes. (For high frequency magnetics, please call our sister company Inductive Technologies at (800) 961-6295).
Extensive range of UL/CSA/TUV/CE certified/approved standard transformers includes our commercial and medical grade isolation transformers, our enclosed ISO-BOX line, auto-transformers, rectifier transformers, current sensors and filter chokes. (For high frequency magnetics, please call our sister company Inductive Technologies at (800) 961-6295).