How to use ferrite
Granules are poured into molds, and formed with a press. Some workpieces are cut after pressing, to produce complex shapes.
Workpieces are burned at 1,000℃ to 1,300℃.
Binders decompose and disappear before the temperature reaches 500℃, and ferritization progresses again when the temperature exceeds 900℃, producing fine crystalline structures.
We wind copper wires around workpieces, to produce electronic components, such as inductors and transformers. There are also many components with no wires, such as filters and chip parts. These components are embedded as base components of power circuits and inverters.