Noise and other electromagnetic interference (EMI) can pass through electronic equipment as a result of coupling, conductively, via the equipment wires. When this noise occurs on a single line, it adds to the carried signal and is referred to as differential mode noise.
Across all types of industries and applications, transformers must meet specific performance and safety guidelines. But medical grade transformers, in particular, are subject to very stringent regulations in order to protect patient safety and well being.
Benjamin Franklin once said “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”
Power inductors are found in every application that requires current control — everything from small household appliances to electronic devices to the country’s power grid. For this reason, inductors are among the most important magnetic components in the industry.
Triad Magnetics is thrilled to announce that we’ll be exhibiting at APEC 2017: the Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition. The premier event for applied power electronics, this conference will bring together industry leaders from across the globe. Held at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, Fla., from March 26 to 30, APEC will feature […]
An annual event, DistribuTECH is the premier conference and exhibition for all matters electric power transmission and distribution. Every year, the event draws expert presenters, panelists, and exhibitors to address the constantly adapting technologies that help to move electricity from its source at a power plant, through both the transmission and distribution system, and ultimately […]
Triad Magnetics is pleased to announce that we’ve recently been certified to ISO 9001:2015. The International Standards Organization’s most recent quality management standard, ISO 9001:2015 aims to improve industrial operations and enhance client satisfaction around the world.