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Nanocrystalline Replaces High Perm Ferrite in Common Mode Chokes

MH&W International Corporation offers a large range of Nanocrystalline NANOPERM® toroidal cores for common mode chokes. The main requirement on a EMC filter choke is high impedance.  Useful characteristics of NANOPERM® are high permeability of up to a factor of 10 over ferrite, higher saturation induction, and extended working temperature  up to 180°C. There are significant …

Information Paper: Incoming Inspection Testing on Soft Ferrite Cores

MH&W International has just published a new Information Paper, Incoming Inspection Testing on Soft Ferrite Cores written by Gary Van Schaick (Ferrite Applications Engineer). Information Paper Introduction Over the past 30 – 40 years, the applications for soft ferrite and the technology of the soft ferrite has changed considerably. In the 1970s, we were more …

Nanocrystalline Inductive Components Applications Now and Tomorrow

Due to the unique combination of excellent soft magnetic properties, nanocrystalline material is becoming increasingly more important, and will help to further improve tomorrows advanced power electronic systems. Applications like energy generation, energy distribution, energy measurement, and finally energy management. These applications will become more efficient, reliable, lighter, smaller, and smarter compared to existing designs …

MH&W at APEC 2017

Please join MH&W International at the APEC 2017 Event (Applied Power Electronics Conference) in Tampa, Florida on March 26th through March 30th at Booth# 1826. APEC is the premier global event in applied power electronics and we at MH&W International are excited to reconnect with and meet potential new customers and vendors while showcasing our …

What Are Ferrites? A Primer!

What are ferrites, and where are they used? Ferrites are in almost every power supply in existence. From the cell phone in your pocket and wireless modem, medical devices and radio, to the refrigerator and garage door opener in your home. Talk about green, all the fuss about green energy…YES, LED lighting uses ferrite cores, …