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Can any body please help me to identify this type of ferrite core.the dimensions are given in the pictures.IT looks like EE series core but the center leg is round.The core is from an ATX power supply.Is it good to use in dc to ac inveters?
 

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"Is it good to use in dc to ac inverters?"

They sure are:wink:
 
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What exaclty is the EE type for this core? Does the round center leg make no difference compared to square leg as found in common EE types?
 

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ER 35/21/11, refer to datasheets of major manufacturers, e.g. Ferroxcube, Epcos et al.
 
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