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TTI has steadily grown to become the world’s leading passive and connector specialist in the electronic component industry. TTI maintains an extensive inventory and offers the best electromagnetic choices in the industry, meeting almost any requirement of our customers. The company’s basic strategy is to focus on a specific range of products and strive to be the industry’s leading distributor. No other company offers the unique combination of benefits that TTI provides. We maintain an extensive inventory of electromagnetic components from the industry's finest manufacturers.

The team of specialists at TTI has more experience in the EMC product area than any other distributor. All TTI employees participate in company-wide training programs, which have helped create the most product-knowledgeable team in the industry. Additionally, customers can rely upon the TTI sales team as a valuable resource of information and guidance.

Featured EMC Products

Automotive Grade High Current Power Inductors (HCMA Series) | Eaton Coiltronics

Automotive Grade High Current Power Inductors (HCMA Series) | Eaton Coiltronics
Eaton Launches Automotive Grade Coiltronics HCMA Series High Current Power Inductors to Enhance Electronic System Reliability ( more info )

New Extensions to BNX Series Block Type EMI Filter | Murata

New Extensions to BNX Series Block Type EMI Filter | Murata
Murata announces an extension of their BNX Series Block Type EMI Filters with 4 new P/Ns. ( more info )

High-Current Chokes | EPCOS

High-Current Chokes | EPCOS
Compact electrical and electronic equipment primarily generates common-mode interference. ( more info )

Ferrite Inductors (DEM Series) | Murata/TOKO

Ferrite Inductors (DEM Series) | Murata/TOKO
Murata / TOKO DEM Series Ferrite Inductors feature a magnetically shielded construction that offers low magnetic flux leakage from the top of the coil and uses flat wire to offer low DC resistance. ( more info )

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Product Overview

Electromagnetic components are available at TTI Inc. from industry leading manufacturers. TTI is an authorized distributor for many manufacturers including: API Delevan, EPCOS, J.W. Miller,
Murata Electronics, Pulse and Vishay/Dale.

Electromagnetic Components

Common Mode Choke

Common Mode Choke The common-mode inductor, or common mode choke (CM choke), is a passive electronic component used to remove EMI. Common-mode chokes are designed for high-speed applications, for switch-mode power supplies and DC power lines, circuits with poor or no grounding, and circuits with signal and noise that are "mixed", or pretty much on top of each other. This device is designed specifically for its unique frequency-selective properties, and the windings are designed for EMI suppression effectiveness. Two windings are precisely wound on a common magnetic core, and the result is a device that can scrub out noise that is "very close" to your desired frequency, and return a clear and balanced signal.

Inductors

Inductors An Inductor is a length of conductor, normally wire, wound into a coil (thus the nickname that some people call this device) and around a core to concentrate the magnetic force (field) and maximize the inductance. The more turns of wire in the coil, the higher the inductance value. Inductors can be found in all facets of electronic design so they are not specific to one application area. Its primary properties are to resist changes in AC (alternating current) and to store and release energy from its magnetic field.

Multilayer Inductors

Multilayer Inductors Multilayer inductors can be made from one of two different cores, ceramic (air core) or ferrite. These inductors, when made in a ceramic core, usually possess high SRF’s and current ratings for higher frequency applications. When made in a ferrite core, the part will be naturally shielded and typically will have higher inductance values and higher Q factors at lower frequencies.

Thin Film Inductors

Thin Film Inductors Thin film inductors are the tightest tolerance inductors made. These are made specifically for High Q and high current characteristics within high frequency and lower inductance applications. Normally this would include RF and wireless applications including but not limited to the following applications: Bluetooth, Telecom Market, GPS, PDA, cellphones, etc. Typically they are used for impedance matching on your RF circuit. Another use for thin film inductors is for creating a resonant circuit (tuning a circuit).

Wirewound Inductors

Wirewound Inductors Wirewound inductors are the most versatile of the three technologies when it comes to their use in applications. This category of inductors includes not only chip inductors, but also all leaded inductors as well. A wirewound inductor will have the option to be magnetically shielded or not which helps it control unwanted signals from interfering with other components on the board especially important in filtering applications.