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Transformers




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DIN Rail Mount Current Transducer monitors large loads.

NK Technologies    San Jose, CA 95136
Aug 21, 2014 Combining current transformer and signal conditioner, AT/ATR-LS Current Transducer features split-core design that can be installed over existing conductors without disconnecting load, even in applications with multiple conductors per phase. Unit is suitable for monitoring large machines as it measures current use to detect over or under current conditions. Featuring industry standard output, loop-power, and factory calibration, transducer uses 2 wires to connect to power supply and load.

Portable Explosion Proof Transformer provides 2 receptacles.

Portable Explosion Proof Transformer provides 2 receptacles.

Larson Electronics, LLC    Kemp, TX 75143
Aug 04, 2014 Rated at 3 kVa, Model EPL-TX-3KVA-2XLV-AC enables operators to step down 120/240 Vac to 12 or 24 Vac. Portable power distribution system includes two Class 1 and 2, Division 1 and 2 twist lock receptacles rated at 20 A each. Mounted to wheeled, non-sparking aluminum frame for added protection, system comes standard with 25 ft SOOW cord terminated with 250 V, 20 A explosion proof male plug.

Surface Mount Gate Drive Transformers feature HIPOT of 2,700 Vdc.

Pulse Electronics    Trevose, PA 19053
Jul 28, 2014 Available for high-efficiency DC/DC converters, PG1427 series features HIPOT of 2,700 Vdc and functional insulation between gate and drive windings. These RoHS-compliant, 8.25 x 6.9 x 3 mm, SMD gate drive transformers operate over -40 to +125°C range and have operating frequency of 50–500 KHz that enables optimal functionality in wireless base stations and power switching telecom applications. Industry standard lead frame in internal design promotes coplanarity.

Mobile Power Distribution Center steps down 240 Vac to 120 Vac.

Mobile Power Distribution Center steps down 240 Vac to 120 Vac.

Larson Electronics, LLC    Kemp, TX 75143
Jul 21, 2014 Supplied with 10 ft of No. 6/4 Type-W line in power cord, MDC-240-100MB-8X120 steps down 240 V, 60 Hz to 120 V to lets operators in industrial settings safely tap into and utilize power sources independently of work area. This portable substation makes 120 Vac available with eight 20 A, 120 V GFCI-protected, 5-20 duplex receptacles with weatherproof covers. Transformer and distribution assembly is mounted to upright steel dolly cart style frame featuring 2 run-flat tires.

Network Transformer withstands over 11 megajoules of energy.

Network Transformer withstands over 11 megajoules of energy.

GE Co.    Southfield, MI 48034
Jul 15, 2014 With patented tank design that exceeds ANSI/IEEE C57.12.40 pressure requirements, Safe-NET Network Transformer minimizes risks resulting from high-energy fault events and ruptures, and has been seismic tested to meet maximum seismic levels expected in North America. Unit supplies power to network bus and handles significant short-term overload. Corrosion-resistant paint minimizes maintenance, while zinc epoxy primer and black epoxy top-coat passes 10,000 hour salt-spray certification tests.

LAN 10/100 Base-Tx Transformer suits Ethernet MB and ADSL modems.

LAN 10/100 Base-Tx Transformer suits Ethernet MB and ADSL modems.

Bourns, Inc.    Riverside, CA 92507 2129
Jun 17, 2014 Operating from -40 to +85°C, Bourns® Model PT61018PEL features single-port, potted construction design. RoHS-compliant product, suited for harsh environment applications, features 1.5K Vrms isolation voltage, is IEEE 802.3 Ethernet-compatible, and comes in 2-channel, 16-pin SMD package. Insertion loss is -1.15 dB max from 1–100 MHz, return loss varies from -18 to -12 from 1–80 MHz, and respective common mode rejection values are -37 and -28 dB at 1–60 MHz and 60–10 MHz.

AC Power Transformers range from 40-96 V.

AC Power Transformers range from 40-96 V.

Dwyer Instruments, Inc.    Michigan City, IN 46361
Jun 09, 2014 Designed to power sensors and controllers in many common circuits, Series APT steps down line voltage supplies to isolated 24 Vac output. Models can be ordered with either single or dual ½ in. NPT threaded hub mounts and also come standard with 8.5 in. 18 AWG wire leads. To meet needs of many building automation and control system applications, UL listed 40, 50, 75, and 96 VA-rated models are available.

Multitap Transformer offers flexible voltage options.

GE Co.    Fairfield, CT 06431
May 29, 2014 Designed to power pump during artificial lift operations, PROLEC-GE Multitap Transformer will continue working through severe electrical distribution system disturbances. As it drills down further into earth, artificial lift needs access to different voltages. Step-up transformer enables oil and gas drillers to change voltage to ensure continuous supply of energy. System withstands extreme conditions, including high humidity, UV radiation, chemical pollution, and saline fog environments.

Compact Planar Transformer delivers up to 800 W of power.

Compact Planar Transformer delivers up to 800 W of power.

Pulse Electronics    Trevose, PA 19053
May 22, 2014 Built on ER25+ platform, 33.5 x 26.8 x 18.3 mm PH9278NL is used for isolation and voltage conversion for SMPSs in datacom and intermediate bus converter applications. Optimized effective cross-sectional area of core minimizes losses for given number of winding turns, and copper losses can be reduced by removing some winding turns. Flat coil windings help lower direct current resistance, and core design allows for compact inter-connection and termination of winding elements.

Panel Mount Step/Control Transformers have flexible design.

Panel Mount Step/Control Transformers have flexible design.

Innovative Power Inc    South El Monte, CA 91733
May 15, 2014 Intended for industrial applications and manufacturing environments, IPI Single Phase 50/60 Hz Step/Control Transformers increase safety and efficiency when lower control circuit voltage is used in high voltage applications. Typical transformer can be specified for applications from 120–575 V, with secondary voltage specified by end-user. Standard specifications are for primary voltage of 240/480 Vac with secondary voltage of 120/240 Vac. Power rating for this transformer is 5 kVA.

Distribution Transformer suits applications 3 kVA or less.

ABB Inc.    Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Apr 29, 2014 Featuring single-phase, pole-mounted design, Micropole Transformer is suited for small, isolated load applications. Unit is fully tested in line with IEEE oil-filled distribution transformer standards and is designed to fit customer needs. Transformer can be used as integral part of standard recloser and switched capacitor bank installation for control voltage.

Power Transformer offers customizable distribution solution.

GE Co.    Southfield, MI 48034
Apr 28, 2014 Helping users meet specific power distribution needs and build resilient grid, PROLEC-GE Flexible Integrated Transformer (FIT) complies with IEEE standards and incorporates short-circuit endurance and insulation system. This design enables unit to continue to operate through severe electrical distribution system disturbances, including lightening, short circuits, and overloads.

T1/E1 Transformers are designed for telecom applications.

T1/E1 Transformers are designed for telecom applications.

Bourns, Inc.    Riverside, CA 92507 2129
Mar 24, 2014 RoHS-compliant models SM75056PEL and SM75057PEL feature 5.65 mm profile and operate over -40 to +85°C range. While providing extra layer protection in harsh operating environments and assembly process, potted construction also enables tight board layouts by allowing parts to be placed closely together.

Miniature Current Switches come with solid core or no core.

Miniature Current Switches come with solid core or no core.

Dwyer Instruments, Inc.    Michigan City, IN 46361
Mar 12, 2014 Suitable for monitoring current usage in fuse boxes and small control panels, Series MCS features adjustable set points via potentiometer and LED indication to show there is power to unit and when switch activates. No-core version has terminal blocks which can accept currents up to 1 A directly into unit. Housed in ABS enclosure with 600 V insulation and UL 94V-0 flammability rating, switches operate from 32–122°F and offer response time of less than 200 ms.

Switch Mode Transformers are optimized for LED driver ICs.

Premier Magnetics, Inc.    Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 3365
Mar 10, 2014 Designed to complement Power Integrations' LYTSwitch™ integrated off-line LED driver/controller ICs, POL-LYT Series comprises 10 models that all accommodate 90–265 Vac universal input. Reference designs combining Power Integrations power management ICs and Premier Magnetics' transformers demonstrate 90% typ efficiency and 0.9 typ power factor. Also, provided reference designs include recommended input common-mode filters and output power inductors.

Current Transformers feature continuous overload of 120%.

Current Transformers feature continuous overload of 120%.

WAGO Corp.    Germantown, WI 53022
Jan 31, 2014 Available from 50–1,000 A with 1 or 5 A secondary currents, 855 Series features continuous overload of 120% of primary current and offers CAGE CLAMP® connection technology and quick mount kits for primary conductor or bus bar. DIN-rail or panel mounting options are supported, and wire tie accessory for securing wire accelerates and facilitates installation. Applications include power measurement and energy monitoring.

Class H Line Driver Transformers  support VDSL2 vectoring.

Class H Line Driver Transformers support VDSL2 vectoring.

Pulse Electronics    Trevose, PA 19053
Jan 28, 2014 Compliant with Lantiq's Vinax V3 chipset, 30 MHz Models BX4289LNL and BX4289LNLT are used with Class H line driver to deliver high bandwidth over existing copper transmission lines. Transformers drive data rates up to 150 Mbps/downstream and 100 Mbps/upstream on single line, supporting such services as HD IPTV, high-speed Internet access, multi-player gaming networks, and VoIP. Packaged in trays and tape-and-reel respectively, SMD products are RoHS-6 compliant.

Power Measurement Products serve industrial/building applications.

WAGO Corp.    Germantown, WI 53022
Jan 10, 2014 Components for industrial and building applications include 750 Series 3-phase power measurement modules, 855 Series Rogowski coils and CTs, and 857/798 Series signal conditioners. Power measurement modules can integrate into WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM node with other standard digital/analog input and output signals. This system can also be networked to existing control platform. Signal conditioners can convert 1 or 5 A current transformer or Rogowski coil signals into standard PLC analog signal type.

Split-Core Current Transformers offer revenue-grade accuracy.

Split-Core Current Transformers offer revenue-grade accuracy.

Onset Computer Corporation    Bourne, MA 02532
Dec 23, 2013 Comprising 20, 50, 100, and 250 A models, Accu-CT® Series measures AC current and amperage in commercial building energy audits, building commissioning studies, and other applications. Current sensors feature 0.75 in. window opening as well as IEEE C57.13 and IEC 600440-1 accuracy over full temperature range and down to 1% of rated current. Design facilitates opening and installation with one hand, even while wearing safety gloves.

LLC Resonant Transformers help conserve energy.

MPS Industries, Inc.    Gardena, CA 90248
Dec 23, 2013 With zero voltage switching, 200 W Model P6503 and 300 W Model P6504 are suited for use in conjunction with upstream PFC circuit in applications that required maximum efficiency with low power loss. Both half bridge, RoHS-compliant transformers feature 2,000 Vrms, 1 mA, 5 second isolation and operating temperature of -40 to +100°C.




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