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amorphous C-Cores are manufactured with iron-based amorphous ribbon With its superior magnetic properties, Amorphous Cores offer several advantages over silicon steel, ferrite, and powder cores. The properties of amorphous C-Cores make them highly suitable for inductors in solar inverters at the range of frequencies 400Hz-20KHz.
Output filter or inductor cores in high frequency large power supplies and solar inverters.
• High saturate induction–Reduce core volume High power conversion efficiency
• Rectangular form–Easy to mount coils
• With air gap–Excellent anti-bias ability
• Low core loss–Low temperature rise
• Erics stability
• Amorphous reactor core for PV inverter
• Mid and high frequency switch power transformer
• Major transformers in UPS power supply
• Output filter or inductor in high frequency large power supplies
• High saturate induction—Reducing core volume
• Rectangular form_Easy to mount coils
• With air gap—Excellent anti-bias current ability
• Low core loss一Low temperature rise
• Excellent stability~Keep stable working from -55℃to 130℃
These amorphous cores wound in a C-core configuration, are ideal for AC Reactors and DC inductors from 10 to 1000+ amperes. The C-core also allows for single phase and three phase transformer designs.
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Three phase designs can be done with standard single-phase cores or a custom three-phase core can be constructed in a two-piece set as shown below:
Amorphous metal C-cores allow for operation at higher frequencies at the same flux level. Where traditional steel cores need to operate at increasingly lower flux densities as the frequency increases. In order to compensate for running at lower flux densities significantly more material is needed. Even with additional material higher temperatures still occur. Another contributor to lowering losses is the I2R of the winding. A physically smaller amorphous core reduces your mean length per turn, hence your I2R copper losses are lower and copper costs are lower.