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Frenetic and Ferroxcube signed partnership agreement .

Frenetic is a web platform for designing and prototyping magnetic components. Theoretical calculations and real measurement are processed by artificial intelligence providing an optimized design which is built, tested and sent to the user in a few days.

Very accurate data from Ferroxcube´s materials are  included in the Frenetic platform, theoretical and real  measurements, what provides very high fidelities in the  designs provided by Frenetic. By the side of Frenetic customers, they will have access to latest material  developed by Ferroxcube, faster sample building and faster access to mass production.

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Partnership agreement announcement.

Frenetic aplication example.

Ferroxcube Dongguan have ISO/TS16949
UL file number change for epoxy coated ferrites

Effective 24 August 2010, all FERROXCUBE ferrite cores coated with epoxy are flame retardant in accordance with "UL 94V-0";
UL file number E 228348

UL file number E 235873 published in catalogue or other FERROXCUBE publications for part of epoxy coated ferrites should be now recognized as obsolete.

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UL file number change for nylon coated ferrites

Effective 1 August 2010, all FERROXCUBE ferrite cores coated with polyamide 11 (PA 11) are flame retardant in accordance with "UL 94V-0"; UL file number E 328173.

UL file numbers published in catalogue or other FERROXCUBE publications before August 2010 should be now recognized as obsolete.

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Ref design uses Ferroxcube E5.3 for gate-drive trafo

A guide to designing gate-drive transformers
In the January 2007 issue of Power Electronics Technology magazine, an article appeared that describes a step-by-step procedure for the design of gate-drive transformers. It optimizes the mechanical, thermal and electrical parameters of the transformer, leading finally to the bill of materials. A 5 W reference design operating at 300 kHz uses Ferroxcube core E5.3/2.7/2-3F3 and bobbin CPHS-E5.3/2-1S-6P-Z.

 

See the below link to the article of Patrick Scoggins, senior applications engineer, Datatronics Distribution, Romoland CA, USA :
A guide to designing gate-drive transformers (bill of materials on page 35)

Fig : The finished pulse transformer.

 

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