Syrma’s magnetics design process includes detailed requirements gathering and documentation, process validation, failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA), advanced product quality planning (APQP), alternate material sourcing, and a production plan with airtight quality control. Our comprehensive magnetics design resources include custom development of bobbins and other plastics, as well as machining any metal parts for final assembly. Every design stage validates against cost, performance, and quality targets to ensure a finished product that not only meets your requirements, but exceeds your expectations.
Magnetic inductors are used in low-frequency power supplies as filter chokes & circuits, common mode chokes, noise suppression, and high-frequency power supplies. Our inductors can be designed to operate over a wide range of frequencies, input voltages, and inductance values. They can be varnish impregnated, molded, or potted with epoxy in an enclosure. Magnetic inductors are available with fly leads, PCB pins, solder terminals, or screw terminals. Our magnetic inductors can be fixed, shielded, and tordial, as well as use many standard mounting styles.
Core materials used in magnetics include silicon iron, nickel alloys, metallic glass, cobalt alloys, and ferrite to powdered iron. Construction of coil devices varies widely in the number of turns of the magnet, tefzel, and litz wires. Most windings are automatically wound on thermoplastic or thermoset bobbins, which offer excellent ground insulation, the most effective use of window area, and the greatest amount of control for through-hole or surface mounting. We offer the following magnetic inductors: