Current-compensated chokes can be manufactured with different ferrite geometries; toroidal ring core and ribbed core are the best known. Different core materials enable their use in various frequency ranges. A very well-known component, but one not designed as a common mode choke, is the snap ferrite or the split ferrite sleeve.
RFID (radio frequency identification) is automatic recognition technology that uses wireless communication. Generally, a system or a part that uses an IC tag to identify or control various items via wireless communication is called RFID. Here, a description is given mainly of the features of RFID and the principle of wireless communication to provide basic knowledge concerning RFID.
XGL3520 molded power inductors that offer the lowest DC and shallow AC losses for a wide range of DC-DC converters. Additional performance benefits include a more comprehensive range of inductance values and improved Irms current ratings.
The SMD high-current inductor represents an extension to the proven WE-CHSA series and differs from it only by a newly developed core material. As a result, WE-CHSA P – “P” as in performance – achieves the best saturation behavior among comparable components on the market.