Nanocrystalline ribbon 1k107

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Iron based nanocrystalline alloy is composed of iron, silicon, boron, niobium, copper ,etc.When annealed above crystallization temperature, fe-based amorphous alloy containing Cu and Nb will form very fine grain structure, the grain size is only 10-35 nanometers, this amorphous alloy after special crystallization annealing and the formation of crystalline materials called nanocrystalline alloy. Nanocrystalline material with high saturation magnetic induction intensity, high permeability, low coercive force, low loss and good stability, excellent properties and wear resistance of high strength willfulness, as in the metal soft magnetic material which has the best performance/cost ratio of nanocrystalline alloy material, can replace silicon steel, permalloy and ferrite is in the high frequency transformer, transformer, inductance components ideal material. Jinjing Nanocrystalline cores has been considered as THE finest material for transformer making.

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1, High saturation magnetic induction
2, High permeability
3, Low coercivity
4, Excellent stability  

Application area

1,Made common mode chokes instead of Co-based amorphous,silicon steel sheet,ferrite,permalloy
2, Differential mode filter inductance  
3, High-frequency switching power supply  
4, High frequency inverter  
5, Zero-sequence current transformer, magnetic amplifier,etc.  


Item Numerical value
Material Composition FeCuNbSiB
strip thickness tolerance(mm) 32±2
Magnetic strength B800 ≥1.2T
Curie temperature(oC)  570oC
crystallization temperature  500oC
Saturation magnetostriction coefficient  2×10-6 
Initial permeability μi ≥80000
Maximum permeability um ≥500000
Densityg/cm³  7.2
electrical resistivity(μΩ.cm)  130
Lamination factor  ≥0.8
Coercivity Hc ≤1A/m
Magnetic permeability μ (1kHz) ≥70000
Magnetic permeability μ (10kHz) ≥60000
Magnetic permeability μ (100kHz) ≥10000
Operating Temperature Range -50~120

Permeability at different frequencies(Inductance permeability)

Inductance loss curve and the data

table at different frequencies

Inductance loss curve and the data table at different frequencies:

Typical Characteristic

Typical Characteristic

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