Ferrite toroid cores are well suited for a variety of RF circuit applications and their relatively high permeability factors make them especially useful for high inductance values with a minimum number of turns, resulting in smaller component size than iron powder cores.
A table of Ferrite core toroids, including physical dimensions and AL (mH/1000 turns) values, and magnetic properties are found in the tables below for each mix. The tables show the sizes available for a particular mix. For Mix Selection Guidelines click here.
Not sure of what mix to get for your RFI/EMI needs? Try the Ferrite Ring Combo Pack which covers RFI suppression from .1 – 2000 Mhz and solves most AC/DC cable and many coax antenna feed line common mode issues.
Mix W excellent for PLC RFI/EMI suppression between 100 KHz – 1 MHz
(use 10-16 turns of cable through ferrite ring to maximize choking resistance at your PLC frequency)
Mix Comparison Table
To find the number of turns to give the desired inductance for your coil use the formula below:
Chart showing mH per 1000 turns = A(L) value
(example: F240-61 has 173 mh/1000 turns)
Mix Impedance Relative Comparison Table (applies to most all size ferrites in mix class)
Relative Size Comparison