An inductor (also known as a coil or choke) is a passive electrical component that slows down spikes or surges in current. Inductors are primarily used for:
- Choking, blocking, attenuating, or filtering electrical circuit noise due to high frequency
- Storing and transferring energy in power converters
- Creating tune oscillators or LC circuits
- Matching impedance
What Does an Inductor Do?
Schott Magnetics’ common mode inductors (CMC) are used for switching power supplies and power supply circuits to eliminate AC line-conducted common mode noise across a wide range of frequencies.
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