toroid iso

Toroids Serveing: 800-867-3526


Should I be Using Power Toroidal Transformers

Transformers are integral parts of electronic devices because they transfer power between two separate parts of an electrical circuit. A transformer creates isolation while varying voltage and current. Power transformers are used when the need for high-efficiency power transfer is a requirement. Power transformers are designed to either operate non-continuously or continuously while at full capacity. These specialized transformers, like traditional transformers, are based on concepts of electromagnetic induction. All power transformers contain two magnetically coupled coils (primary and secondary windings).

Read More

The Top Four Reasons to Use Toroidal Transformers and Custom Coil Winding

You can quickly spot a toroidal transformer because of its unique, 360-degree design. Because of how a toroid is constructed, it often seems sensible and reliable for building electronic circuits and transformers. When compared to similarly powered transformers, toroids are commonly the best option. There are many reasons why toroidal transformers are a better option than a conventional transformer.

Read More

Popular Types of Magnetic Core Used in Toroidal Transformers

Not all toroids are created equal. Each toroid offers many benefits that you cannot achieve using standard transformers, but that does not mean that a toroid should be used interchangeably. From custom coil winding to core material selection, your custom design toroids must meet exact specifications for application and size.

Read More

Do Toroids Work in Industrial Applications

Toroidal transformers are used because they are small without sacrificing the power of effectiveness. Although hidden inside devices, these transformers are found in a wide range of industries and applications. It is easy to notice a toroid because of its signature doughnut shape. Toroidal transformers offer distinct benefits not found in transformers of similar size. As a result of their size and performance characteristics, it is easy to see why toroids and custom coil winding is the ideal choice for electrical and industrial applications.

Read More

Understanding and Calculating Inductance of Toroids

All electrical engineers and technicians encounter inductors regularly as a result of their work. Learning about inductance and related parameters ensures that systems run optimally. Even if you do not specialize in manufacturing inductors, it is important for those using them to have a basic understanding of their functions and operational principles.Read More

What is the Difference Between a Toroid and Solenoid

Knowing the differences between a toroid and a solenoid helps you create better and more efficient electronic devices. Each transformer type has pros and cons, and so they should not be used interchangeably. Picking the right transformer for your application is an utter necessity. Below, we want to go over some of the main differences between these core types.Read More

What are the Benefits of a Toroidal Power Transformer

Transformers are an essential part of electronic devices because they can transfer power between two separate parts of an electrical circuit. These important devices are necessary for creating isolation while being able to handle varying voltage and current. Without a transformer, electrical systems we rely on every day would cease to function.Read More

Toroid Inductor Design: Wiring & Winding

When creating custom coil winding, you need to consider more than the intended use of the toroids. It is important to account for core material, packaging, and wire/winding. Below, we want to focus on the importance of custom coil winding and wire. Coil wire and winding is the most important component to determine. Once you plan, picking core packaging and core material becomes much easier.Read More

Using Steel Alloys for Toroidal Coil Winding

All transformers need a core to function, but not all cores are created equal. Different cores provide different characteristics to meet the varying demands of electronic devices (big and small). Do not use core interchangeably. The geometry and size of a core dictate power output. It also determines the current and voltage of the transformer. Once you choose a material, the next step is custom coil winding.Read More