Iron Powder Core, Ferrite Core
We are proud to introduce the new Micrometals 200C SeriesT of magnetic alloy core materials that are specifically designed for elevated temperature applications up to +200°C. Iron Powder Core and Ferrite Core materials are well-suited to meet the increasing demand for higher power densities in today 's power supplies along with applications in such extreme environments as under-thehood needs for the automotive industry. The new cost-competitive core materials are not subject to thermal aging for operating temperatures of up to +200°C.
The -60 and -70 Materials are only the beginning of what will evolve into a broad offering of materials. Future additions to the 200C SeriesT will include both lower and higher permeabilities as well as lower powder core losses. These materials can be produced in a variety of shapes which also makes them attractive for surface mount and planar applications.
The Toroidal Cores are provided with a protective coating. The T16 and T20 sizes are coated with Parylene C. The larger cores are coated with a two color code finish that is UL approved for Flame Class UL94V-0 per file #E140098(S).
Part numbers which appear in bold print are considered standard items and are generally available from stock. Other items are available on a build-to-order basis.
Core Sample & Engineering Kits
We will gladly extend samples of Iron Powder Core, Ferrite Core and Toroidal Core and design assistance to aid in your core selection. Please Contact Us for more information on the engineering kits and core samples for your requirements.
Parts are warranted to conform to the specifications in the latest issue of this catalog. Micrometals' liability is limited to return of parts and repayment of price; or replacement of nonconforming parts. Notice of nonconformance must be made within 30 days after delivery. Before using these products, buyer agrees to determine suitability of the product for their intended use or application. Micrometals nor Infantron shall not be liable for any other loss or damage, including but not limited to incidental or consequential damages.