Electromagnetic compatibility (interference suppression) aims at maintaining an environment in which electrical and electronic apparatus can operate without being unduly affected by spurious signals.

Ferrite components are efficient and cost effective for the prevention of and protection against spurious signals transmitted by conductance and radiation.

Suppression components are offered in a number of ferrite materials, optimising impedance over a wide range of frequencies. Ferrite geometries commonly used for suppression include beads, baluns, toroids, tubes and flat ribbon cable suppressors.

Balun__Multi-Aperture_cores.pdf Balun__Multi-Aperture_cores.pdf (288.42 KB)

Beads.pdf Beads.pdf (293.79 KB)

Chokes.pdf Chokes.pdf (163.88 KB)

Flat_Ribbon_Cable_Suppressors.pdf Flat_Ribbon_Cable_Suppressors.pdf (211.40 KB)

Tubes.pdf Tubes.pdf (249.23 KB)