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From: Mike Newman
Subject: Re: Ferrite E-core properties
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Thanks to all who responded to my request for info.
A good reference came from Geert.
I've got to do something with those cores now.
On Sun, 15 Sep 2002 19:37:24 +1200, Mike Newman
>I've accumulated a number of ferrite E-cores from PC PSU's that I'd
>like to use in some switched mode power supplies.
>Without any data on these cores, how can I determine their magnetic
>properties, so that they can be designed into the SMPSs.
>I've a scope and AF generator, and can homebrew any other test gear
>I'd be grateful for some ideas.
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