How Nanocrystalline Common Mode Inductors Work
The working principle of common mode inductor:
Common mode inductance is a high permeability magnetic core with two windings. The currents of the two windings flow in and flow out in the same direction. The magnetic fields generated by the load current cancel each other in the magnetic core. When the common mode noise flows in, the magnetic field is generated in the magnetic core due to the non-directional direction, and the noise is suppressed due to the high magnetic permeability of the magnetic core.
Our nanocrystalline magnetic core has a very obvious suppression effect on common mode noise, high inductance and wide frequency. Nanocrystalline magnetic cores are green, environmentally friendly, low-carbon and energy-saving high-conductivity magnetic cores. They have now replaced traditional ferrites and become the first choice for a new generation of common mode filter cores.