A toroid inductor is used in electronic circuits in order to allow for low frequencies while maintaining large inductances. The device is created with an insulated, ring-shaped core (core is normally made of powdered iron or ferrite) that is carefully wound with wire. When compared to its counterparts (i.e. solenoid with similar core), a toroid inductor is unmatched in inductance per turn. The devices are also able to carry larger currents. As a result of the abilities of toroids, they are frequently used throughout a wide range of industries. This includes telecommunications, automotive, aerospace, nuclear, and even HVAC.
Considering their heavy usage in different applications, different toroid inductors must be made available. We stock commonly used toroids, so that we can get our customers their products much quicker. There are common materials, common DC resistances, and common nominal inductances, which are used for multiple applications. Coming to terms with the correct toroid is easy when working with companies/people who know about toroid inductors. We can help you conduct a basic parametric search, which will allow us to filter the various attributes needed to pick a toroid.
The science of creating and picking correct toroids is best left to professionals who know the ins and outs of how toroids work. Give us a call today, and let us help you get the right toroid inductors.