Inductors are electromagnetic devices which store energy in a magnetic field. Current flow through a coil or winding produces a magnetic field in a core of magnetic material such as steel.
Inductors have many electrical and electronic applications. In d-c circuits they are commonly used for filtering, allowing smooth d-c current flow while blocking a-c. In such applications they are sometimes called chokes.
In a-c circuits they are used for filtering, noise reduction, power factor correction, and many other purposes, and are sometimes referred to as reactors.
- Available in both smaller and larger sizes than toroid designs
- Easily gaped for inductor applications
- Suitable for high voltage and high current applications
- Ac filter inductors (reactors)
- Dc smoothing inductors (chokes)
Ratings and Sizes
General designs and manufactures inductors having toroid or laminated steel cores, with multiple windings, taps, and other features as required for your specific application.