In 1949, focusing on Air-wound inductor coils, Taylor Spring was a major supplier to the television set industry. Air-coils are still used today, but at a much lower rate due to the embrace of digital technology as opposed to analog technology.
Thru-Hole Mounted Coils
Thru-Hole mounted coils are used just like the name describes, the leads of the coil are inserted thru the holes in a printed circuit board where they are attached with solder.
Surface Mounted Coils
Surface mounted coils are used on printed circuit board where they are attached with solder to pads on the board rather than thru holes. Often they are robotically placed on the boards and we can offer tape and reel packaging to facilitate this. In order to be properly soldered to the board, the parts must be produced to tight specifications so that the part lays flat and makes contact with the board. Trust Taylor Spring’s 6 decades of experience to deliver the quality that you need.
Wire sizes for insulated wire can range from 6 AWG to 28 AWG while bare wire can be from 6 AWG to 30 AWG. The number of turns can range from just a straight length of wire to 70 turns depending on configuration of the coils.
While we have a secondary department available to finish forming parts that cannot be made complete on the CNC machines, we have made a large investment in state of the art machines that allow us to do more intricate forming operations complete on the machine to save you money.