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Magnetic components Design and EMC

ferrite core magnetics

Ferrite core magnetics play a pivotal role in the design and functionality of power electronics systems. These cores are typically composed of iron oxide and other sometimes exotic metal oxides, exhibit unique magnetic properties. The key advantage of ferrite cores lies in their high permeability and low eddy current losses, contributing to improved efficiency in power conversion.

In power electronics, where the conversion of electrical energy is critical, ferrite cores help manage magnetic flux and reduce electromagnetic interference. The design process involves careful consideration of core material, shape, and size to optimize performance. 

Furthermore, ferrite core magnetics contribute to miniaturization efforts in power electronics, allowing for more compact and lightweight designs. 

Our engineers have decades of experience of designing ferrite core magnetics up to tens of kilowatts. With our long term manufacturing partners we are able to provide reliable supply chain for our designs.

filters and reactors

For harmonic filtering

In high-power electric drives and applications involving big motors, du/dt filters play a crucial role in mitigating the effects of rapid voltage changes, or du/dt, associated with the switching of power electronics devices. These filters are essential for maintaining the performance, reliability, and longevity of the electrical system.

We have developed complex softwares to simulate and calculate properties of many kind of filters and reactors. Power range goes up to megawatts.

We have a great manufacturing partner in Finland able to produce any kind of filter or reactor we design.


Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) is a critical consideration in the design of electronic systems to ensure their proper functioning and to prevent interference with other devices.

EMC filters are essential components in electronic systems that suppress unwanted electromagnetic emissions and protect sensitive equipment from external interference. The design process involves a thorough understanding of the system requirements aswell as regulatory requirements of the EMC in different industries, potential sources of EMI/RFI, and the characteristics of the signals involved.

Just contact us in any EMC-filtering needs. Whether it is a basic line filter or some special filtering application or if you are facing EMC problems in your application. We are sure we can help you!