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homemade 1mH inductor

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hi
i want to make LC filter with cutoff frequency equal 50KHz so i want inductor equal 1mH but i search in my country but i don't fined one and i can't fined ferrite core .

so i want to put iron rod in my homemade inductor can this way success ?
if any one has an idea please help me .
 

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hi
i want to make LC filter with cutoff frequency equal 50KHz so i want inductor equal 1mH but i search in my country but i don't fined one and i can't fined ferrite core .

so i want to put iron rod in my homemade inductor can this way success ?
if any one has an idea please help me .

Iron core will have very high losses as u operate in HF
Why dont u try to stack multiple ferrite cores and try?
 

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Which country are you in?

1mH inductors are common and not expensive. You also need to tell us what current it will carry and what application it is in.

Brian.
 

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