Tape Wound cores are often key components of complicated electronic circuitry found in high reliability applications including military, aerospace, communications, down hole drilling, and nuclear reactors. Tape wound cores and Bobbin cores are made from thin strips of high permeability nickel-iron alloys such as Square Orthonol®
, Square Permalloy 80
, Round Permalloy
, and 48 Alloy
, or grain oriented silicon iron known as Magnesil®
. Specific applications for tape wound cores include magnetic amplifiers (MagAmps), converter and inverter transformers, current transformers, and static magnetic devices.
View Tape Wound Core Material Property Curves
including Core Loss vs. Induction Level Curves and Typical Hysteresis Loops for each of the Tape Wound Core materials.
Learn More about Tape Wound Cores
including the cases/coatings code selection
and the information about Tape Wound Core testing.
How to Order Magnetics Tape Wound Cores
VAC Nickel Iron Alloy Tape Cores Replacement
(VAC is a trademark of VACUUMSCHMELZE GmbH & Co. KG)
Designing with Magnetic Cores at High Temperatures