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How to wind a toroid inductor, a quick tutorial [Project]
posted June 10 2014 10:50.21 by spic0m




This video shows one method Youtube user W2aew uses to wind toroidal inductors and transformers. The real trick is often how to hold the toroid core while doing the winding of the wire.


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