Eddy currents are loops of electric current induced within conductors by a changing magnetic field in the conductor, due to Faraday's law of induction.
In a transformer core eddy currents are produced which heats up the core and also causes losses by distorting the main current. If the core were a single piece its area would be high, and hence low resistance which causes a larger current to flow increasing the losses.
If laminations are provided the area is reduced and hence resistance is very high which limits the current to a minimum value. The sum of current in all laminations would be still less than the case when a core was used.
Material Property: CRGO&CRNGO
Material Brand: Baosteel, NSC, JFE, TKS, POSCO, NLMK
Material Thickness: 0.05mm, 0.08mm, 0.1mm, 0.23mm, 0.27mm, 0.3mm, and 0.35mm.
Certificate: RoHS 2011/65/EU
Technics: tape winding
Products Frequency: 50-5K HZ
Products Shapes: C E O & Customized
Mechanical Properties: low power loss per cycle / low core loss / high permeability
Application: transformer, sensor and magnetic components of electronic equipment; Automobile Sensor, Solar Inverter, Smart Home
Welding Spot welding is firm and smooth, and does not weld through two layers Winding winding is tight, the start and end of the sheet can not be turned up Planeness surface unevenness is less than 0.1mm Fineness No crystalline fine particles (no crystalline fine particles on the cut surface) Cut face No obvious crack on the cutting face (no light transmission and peeling between layers) Surface Visually without burrs, rust, or deformation (to control deformation within tolerances) Products Do not contain Pb\Cd\Hg\Cr\PBBs\PBDEs