Magnetics® design tools assist engineers in optimizing their Magnetics components. Targeted to specific applications, each software package offers a core selection routine and contains online Help to guide design engineers through the selection and optimization process. Additional references are included to assist with more involved designs.
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Featuring Magnetics Kool Mµ®, MPP, High Flux, and XFLUX™ powder cores, this design utility aids in core selection for DC output inductors, input chokes, PFC (Power Factor Correction) inductors, high current inductors, and other energy storage devices. Design inputs include DC current, ripple current, full load and no load inductances, and more. Designs are simulated and modeled while providing the designer with complete wound core dimensions, estimated core and copper losses, temperature rise, and more. In addition to toroid shapes, an expanded range of material shapes are included such as Kool Mµ E Cores, Kool Mµ U Cores, and Kool Mµ segmented toroids.
Common Mode Filter Design
This tool allows designers to select an appropriate ferrite toroid material for common mode filtering applications. The program’s Help file aims designers to the optimal ferrite material, while still allowing the flexibility to accommodate user-chosen part numbers.
Current Transformer Design
This design utility aids the designer in specifying the optimum core based on a variety of different current sensing schemes; including Hall Effect devices, current transformers for switched mode power supplies, and traditional current transformers. Materials offered are Kool Mµ, MPP, ferrites, and strip wound core materials including 3% Si steel and Ni-Fe alloys.
The MagAmp Designer helps design engineers select the ideal core for magnetic amplifier applications such as secondary output regulation in switched mode power supplies. The program’s help file details material selection and explains the innovative core and copper loss calculations used to estimate performance and temperature rise.
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