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A ferrite bead is a passive electric component, which is commonly used for suppressing high frequency noise in electronic circuits.

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Picking TVS and ferrite beads for MCP9600 thermocouple converter

I'm about to use the MCP9600 thermocouple voltage to I2C converter for the first time. Because I need my output to be as precise as possible, I decided to apply the recommended circuit shown in figure ...
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Connecting Split Power planes for mixed signal PCB

I'm working on a mixed signal board, and I currently have 3 power planes, 12V, 3.3V analog, and 3.3V digital. I have a single GND plane with good separation between the analog and digital components. ...
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How to select frequency for Ferrite bead? [closed]

As per my knowledge, we use ferrite bead for removing high frequency noise. How do we know the noise frequency to be removed in our board. Eg: My boards maximum frequency is 100MHz, which frequency ...
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How to get the parameters of a ferrite bead

I have been simulating a ferrite bead on LTSPice, however, I so far have been using the LTSpice database to select the Ferrite bead, I now want to use a ferrite that is not on the database. However, ...
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Ferrite bead selection and simulations for a 2.4 GHz ESP32 3V3 power line

I want to be able to filter the 3V3 power line going out of the ESP32 MCU. Since this "may" have a frequency around 2.4GHz (Wifi or Bluetooth antenna). This may then affect other components ...
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Flashlight dismantle: why is a small cylinder of ferrite used?

After dismanteling a Petzl flashlight, I found a small cylinder of ferrite. Why is it used? For what? The flashlight used 3 AAA batteries so the ferrite bead doesn't seem to be used for reducing high-...
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Inductor vs. ferrite bead

What is the distinction between a ferrite bead (as an SMT component) and an inductor?
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Burned component on GIGABYTE RTX 2080 GAMING OC 8G

I have purchased an RTX 2080 which contains a scorched component. I have carefully removed it with a heat station. The card is not short and it works, but it is seen with artifacts. As I found on the ...
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How lossy is a ferrite bead in its "capacitive" regime?

When using ferrite beads in spice, I often have the impression that they are not lossy enough compared to the real thing. In particular, the conventional model of RLC all in parallel is basically a ...
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Value of Ferrite Bead

How do I deduce the value of the ferrite bead between pin 2 and 16 as shown in the schematic.
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What happen when we parallel or series ferrite bead?

If I use ferrite with capacitor as pi network. What happen when I series or parallel the ferrite bead? Which one reject emi better? I known the ferrite bead is not inductance. It act like resistor at ...
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How to calculate current value for DOUT and RIN pin in MAX3221E texas IC?

Hi Im going to use ferrite bead in the Dout and Rin pin in MAX3221E IC of Texas. How to determine current rating of the pins , thereby i can choose the current rating of ferrite bead??
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Amplifier buzz caused by new electric room heater, set to medium only!

My Marantz receiver has never had this problem before. I have installed a new replacement MVH heater with 3 output settings: low, med and high (just like original). Suddenly when this is on and set ...
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Problem with ferrite bead - reduces power supply voltage

I built my own board with a LAN8720 chip but I can't get it to work. I found out that the ferrite bead I used only outputs ~1.4V from 3.3V input, which is way too low. I used some guidelines and other ...
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Purpose of high resistance ferrite beads?

Sorry, if this is obvious or stupid, but what is the point of ferrite beads with more than \$Z\approx100\space\Omega\$ of impedance? I mainly see their application as serial filters in either power ...
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Is the necessity of the ferrite core on a PS2 controller cable a function of the length of the cable?

I'm connecting a wired PS2 controller to an ESP32. The controllers come with 2 meter cables that have ferrite cores at their connector end. I will be shortening to 5cm and soldering to a 5cm ribbon ...
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SMD ferrite beads to supress noise when driving mosfets

I design a simple circuit activates fan when processor heats up. I started reading more, and I found a very interesting element a ferrite bead in smd form. It has 0.3ohm resistance, Imax 150mA and ...
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How to terminate Shield of USB connector to System Ground via Resistor || Capacitor or Ferrite Bead?

I want to know the best approach to connect USB connector's (receptor) Shield to System Ground? Below are the two options. PC(Earthed)<----- USB Cable ----> USB Connector female(PCB with NO ...
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Multiple windings on single ferrite ring vs multiple ferrite rings

My question is does putting cables through multiple identical ferrite rings the same as winding them multiple times on a single ferrite ring? I have my current setup as follows with multiple ferrite ...
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1000Z in the power circuit, is it a Ferrite Bead?

is 1000Z a ferrite bead, and does it mean 1000Ω at 100MHz? OR something else? please help?
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Can a ferrite bead accidentally rectify RF?

If the ferrite is designed to filter out in the lower region, up to 100 MHz, and the pass-band signal is even way lower, 60Hz, I'm thinking that the ferrite is constantly saturated along with the 60Hz ...
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What types of cables do ferrite beads/chokes have a beneficial effect on?

Ferrite beads prevent electromagnetic interference from affecting a cable. Without fundamentally understanding how EMI works, this is obviously a beneficial effect for the stability and integrity of ...
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Can I use a ferrite bead instead of a resistor on the data wire of my LED strip?

I have a WS2812B[PDF] LED strip which I want to control with the PWM0 pin (GPIO18) of my Raspberry Pi. Multiple sources highly recommend to insert a 330-470𝛀 resistor in between the data pin of the ...
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Short circuited ferrite bead on PCB

I'm analyzing a circuit (USB game console.) Three identical ferrite beads (805 or 603 package) are used in the circuit. It was working but I tried something on circuit. Now it is not working. I ...
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Ferrite bead attenuation frequency

I understand that using a ferrite bead attenuates high frequency currents and can help reduce EMI. However, I'm confused about how to select the frequency range that should be attenuated. For example, ...
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R-Cd parallel damping during power on

I am researching the PI filter. There're a number of great articles on how to calculate values for inductor and capacitors, the response curves and frequencies. Examples are: Input Filter Design for ...
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Ferrite bead for low frequencies

I have a circuit where there is a high level of noise at 100 kHz. For now, I'm not allowed to rework the circuit. I wanted to use a ferrite core, but when I look at the impedance characteristics chart,...
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Which ground plane connection will perform better in terms of EMC? [duplicate]

In figure 12 of these EMI Design Guidelines for USB Components, I can see that VBUS and Gnd signals from the USB receptacle are bypassed with ferrite beads and then connected to their respective power ...
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Ferrite bead placement

I have a question regarding ferrite beads. I have this kind of circuit: Where IC1 and IC2 are digital ICs. The voltage supply for the opamps is obviously analog. I want to place a ferrite bead ...
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Selection of ferrite bead for analog and digital supply isolation

In many circuits I see the analog supply and the digital supply separated by a ferrite bead. I am aware that it is done because the devices that are connected to the digital supply create noise and ...
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Can ferrite beads be used on digital PWM output?

I am thinking how to reduce the EMI noise of the large LED indicators driven by tlc5947. This chip has digital outputs that limit/regulate current through light emitting diodes by switching on and off....
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Ferrite bead isolation for FPGA core voltage

Why is the ferrite bead isolation not recommended for any FPGA core voltages. When we usually refer any FPGA schematics the voltages output from regulators are directly connect to FPGA without any ...
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Question on EMI filtering

I have seen people using ferrite beads to suppress EMI from switching power supplies. Recently, I came across the following blog post where the author successfully re-models a switching power supply ...
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Ferrite Choke wiring, understanding the datasheet and how it affects the signal

I've been tasked with digitising an old analogue product for my company. I'm attempting to reverse engineer the analogue circuitry with no documentation (it was designed by an outside consultancy 30 ...
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Need help to understand inductor based non-isolated offline buck converter [closed]

Here ADGJ IC is used in offline buck topology. Can anyone share the schematic of it. Picture taken from sonoff mini and shelly1 board is attached below
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Ferrite bead DC-resistance tolerance

What is the DC-resistance tolerance for a smd ferrite bead (e.g. BLM18RK102SN1D)? Does anyone know? The datasheets I have seen only give a maximum value for the DC-resistance.
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Should a ferrite bead be placed close to the MCU or close to the power supply?

I am trying to design a PCB based around the STM32F446RE microcontroller. I looked at the schematic provided by ST for their Nucleo-64 board, and physical placement of the ferrite bead on the board. ...
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Choose impedance value of ferrite beads at any frequency

For example, in my PCB I want to use an SMPS IC but Vout will have noise. The SMPS works with 2.5 Mhz. What should be the impedance value? How can I choose this value?
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How to choose the right ferrite bead for an LDO

I'm trying to design a custom board that will include the FGPMMOPA6H GPS. Looking at the Adafruit integration of this GPS, I can see a ferrite bead on the output of the LDO (MIC5225-3.3). See below: ...
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Is a snap on ferrite bead suitable for USB Arduino programming and charging

When I connect a 3 foot USB cable at the "micro B" end into my Arduino board (Adafruit Feather 32u4 with the ATmega32u4 3.3 volt chip) sometimes the system malfunctions and subsequently resets. The ...
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What is the purpose of the ferrite bead on DC Adaptors?

According to WikiPedia: Ferrite bead suppress high frequency noise. In the case of wall power adaptors, are they trying to protect the device being powered or are they protecting the PSU from high ...
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Syfer (now Knowe) X2Y EMI filter

I struggled to compare the EMI filter needed for 24V to 5V non-isolated BUCK DC/DC (running 300KHz to 500KHz) to ensure it passes CE conformance. I wish to keep switching noise within the DC/DC area ...
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Bead on buck regulator circuit

I came across a DC-DC converter schematic and I notice that they use a bead on the schematic. I would like to know the purpose of this chip on this circuit and what the effect of removing it.
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importance of ferrite bead impedance?

Would it be safe to replace a ferrite bead that had a rating of 47 ohm @ 100MHz 5A with one that is 70 Ohms @ 100MHz 6A? I can't seem to find an exact replacement. https://www.amigawiki.org/dnl/...
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Inductor : how to choose toroidal ferrite core material

I want a 2.2mH toroid inductor working at 200kHz switching frequency able to keep 2A saturated current. I found a ferrite core provider with these possibilities : - Core FT50-61 (12.7x7.15x4.9) with ...
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Is there an easy way to find out if my 0805 SMD components are ferrite beads?

I ordered SMD 0805 components among other items and I received a package with the SMD components but there is no description at all. Also, there is no identification on the components itself. Is ...
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Should ferrite beads be closer to the stepper motor or to the motor driver?

Stepper motor, cable with ferrite bead, and dual H-bridge driver: I noticed that the cable that came with these motors had the bead closer to one end. Does it matter which way it's wired as far as ...
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"NM" Inductor or Bead label?

I do not know what "NM" indicates here under this inductor/ferrite bead label L5?
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Placement and values for ferrite bead/capacitor ESD protection / transient suppression filter

I've been researching but found it difficult to find a clear answer on this. I need to add ESD protection to my circuit, in this Texas Instruments video it talks about combining a TVS diode with a FBC ...
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Voltage regulator circuit

I am using this linear regulator and the application circuit looks like this: Is the above circuit good enough? I have a habit of putting a series ferrite bead on the input side but after reading a ...
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