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Inductor and chokes

GT Electronic India is a well experienced manufacturer of customized toroidal chokes, high current chokes, output chokes, EMI filters, power inductors and power supply filtering chokes for various applications.

Features and Versions (based on customer`s application):

  • Toroidal or EI
  • Iron powder and Si-Fe ferrites
  • Mounting can be horizontal or vertical
  • Manufacturing with mounting/base plate or encapsulated with potting/vacuum potting
  • Manufacturing in customized terminals like SMD PIN, through hole PIN or flying leads with crimp/connectors
  • Construction according to EN 61558-1, UL insulation system for class F (GT owned), RoHS and REACH conformity
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imageCommon Mode Choke

The CMC chokes (two /more coils are wound on a single core) are used for prevention of electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI) from power supply lines and for prevention of malfunctioning of electronic equipment.
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imageCurrent Compensated Suppression Choke

These chokes are based on high-permeability toroid core (ferrite) with two symmetrical windings, so the magnetic fields are cancelling each other. They are mainly used in devices with switched-mode power supplies.

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imageRod Core / Drum Core Inductor

For rod core/drum core inductors, the wire is wound directly on the core. The core shape is typically cylindrical or cylindrical with end caps.

imagePower Factor Correction Chokes (PFC)

GT Electronic India optimizes a Power Factor Correction (PFC) solution for any specific application. PFC chokes are made of core with one main winding and an auxiliary winding, if needed.

PFC chokes are used to reduce significantly harmonic distortions – generally in line with the main supply in SMPS components.

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imageStorage Chokes

Storage chokes are used for energy storage in SMPS components. They are usually made of iron or metal powder cores with one winding. When the inductance decreases with increasing load current, the load current is typically selected at 60% to 75% of the non-load inductance.