Re: Inductor types and applications


John Lonigro
 

Jim:

When you figure out what you need, KitsandParts.com usually has good prices and a good selection of toroids, as well as a nice inductance calculator.  No commercial interest - just a satisfied user.

72,

John AA0VE

On 02/25/2014 04:42 AM, Jim Compton wrote:
 
Jim,
Thanks for the information.  I need to get a few basic toroid sizes for my parts cabinet, but I've got to do some research on the most common and useful to have on hand.
Jim C.



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