Pack of 5 - 1/2" O.D. 5/16" I.D. Ferrite Toroid Core


Pack of 5 - 1/2
Stock Number: 36629 CH
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Sold as a Pack of 5
Uncoated, Ferrite Toroid cores suitable for baluns, coupling etc. No Data available.
T: ~1/4" ID: ~5/16" OD: ~1/2" WT: .022/pack


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second test: not an Amidon T-50-2 substitute
I put these toroids in a 4.9 MHz six watt transmitter for the output network. they got real warm, almost hot. I had to retune the network, since the inductance changed after heating up. I took the wire off and wound this same wire onto some Amidon T-50-2 cores. These just got a little warm as usual. So these cores may be a low permeability ferrite. ????? not good for a RF tuned circuit with a little power running through them.
- R. R., LA
 
yes, Close to T-50-2 in specs
I ordered these since I read from a review that these are similar to a T-50-2. So I did some measurements to confirm this. I have one of these toroids wound with wire for 7 µH and installed in my 5 watt transmitter at around 5 MHz. It is working as the Amidon powdered iron type T-50-2. So I will order more of these next time as they are useful for me.
- R. R., LA
 
Close to T-50-2 in specs
I wound a few turns on one of these and measured the inductance with an LC meter. With 6 turns I got about 0.5 uh, just about the same inductance as 6 turns on a T50-2 core. So these are powdered iron, not Ferrite. Still useful, but Ive stored them in a different bin than I thought I would.
- Kenneth Scharf, FL