What Is a Ferrite Inductor?
Ferrite inductor is a special form of inductor. Its basic structure penetrates a wire in a ferrite cylinder, and it was also called a ferrite bead in the early days. We call a ferrite inductor an inductor, which means that it has general characteristics similar to inductance, but also has its own special characteristics. The special characteristics of a ferrite inductor depend on the material composition of the ferrite core. Ferrite is a kind of magnetic magnetism. It is sintered by combining magnetic powders with different characteristics.