Magnetic Components Supplier To Host Virtual MTEC Tradeshow

November 30, 2020 by Shannon Cuthrell

Magnetics, a supplier of soft magnetic components and materials, is hosting a virtual technology trade show on December 2.

Next week, magnetic components supplier Magnetics will host a virtual tradeshow, featuring 16 technical presentations covering timely market topics. The event is the first of its kind for the Pennsylvania-headquartered firm, which provides powder cores, ferrite cores, strip wound cores, and other materials and services to customers across alternative energy, power supply, telecommunications, aerospace, military, and medical markets. 


Magnetics is hosting the virtual MTEC 2020 conference on Dec. 2. (Image via LinkedIn)


Though it’s headquartered in Pittsburgh, Magnetics has an international presence with a sales office in Hong Kong, a 71,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Xiamen, China, and a magnetics distribution center in Phoenix, Arizona. 

In November, Magnetics showcased its powder, ferrite and tape wound cores at the virtual electronica 2020 tradeshow. The upcoming MTEC event is a venue for the company to further promote its offerings, such as its nanocrystalline cores for common mode choke applications, a new inductor design tool, free design tools, and off-menu powder core materials that aren’t listed in the company’s existing catalog.

Presentations, delivered in both Chinese and English, will also cover a range of topics relevant to power electronics engineers, from an overview of the seven powder core materials, to block structures for high current applications, to how to design at high temperatures, and selecting the best material for SMPS inductors. 

Magnetics’ Asia-based sales team will deliver Chinese-language presentations starting at 10 a.m. Chinese Standard Time and the company’s European and NAFTA sales teams will present English-language sessions at 9 a.m. Eastern Standard Time and Greenwich Mean Time. The schedule also includes live Q&As after each presentation. 

Tickets to MTEC are available for free on Magnetics’ website