Specifications - Core loss curves
■ Low Core Loss
Core loss in high frequency ranges is extremly low. This allows for low heat generation and size reductions for magnetic components such as high-frequency reactors and transformers.
■ Low Magnetostriction
Magnetostriction which causes noise and vibration is nearly zero. This enables significant noise reductions for magnetic components such as reactors and transformers.
■ High Permeability
The permeability is extremly high across a wide range of frequencies, making it highly suitable for use in shield applications and CT.
■ Stable Quality
The high-temperature processing provides thermal stability. Since there is minimal deterioration of the properties due to machining, so stress relieving anneals are not required.
There is virtually no difference in the characteristics between the rolling direction (L-direction) and the transverse (C-direction). Therefore, this can be used in a wide range of applications, from stationary to rolling machines.
Application - Transformers
The low core loss characteristics at high-frequency of Super Core allow it to be effectively used for a wide range of transformers,, driven from several hundred Hz to several tens of kHz.
Super Core allo w the transformer to generate less heat, and provides higher design induction than conventional silicon steel sheets, enabling transformer size to be reduced. This then reduces the quantities of other requried transformer materials, such as the copper wire, leading to overall cost reductions.
By taking full advantage of the low magnetostriction characteristics of JNEX-Core, it is also possible to reduce transformer noise dramatically.
Application - Reactors
Due to the high saturation magnetic flux density, the low core loss at high-frequency and the high-permeability of Super Core, it is ideal for application in high frequency reactors with high-frequency current superimposition over a broad range of frequencies.
Because Super Core meets all high frequency wave regulations and power factor improvements, demand is on the increase for its use in not only inverter output reactors but also in active filters and in PWM converter reactors in the market sectors from consumer electronics to industrial, renewable power generation and automotives.
Super Core meets a diverse range of customers needs since it can be formed into wound cores, such as C-Cores and toroidal cores, as well as into lamination cores and glued block cores of various shapes by cutting or pressing.