Transformers operate at 90% efficiency,

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High efficiency R-Core transformers have silicon steel cores with two matched bobbins on each side that cancel each other's magnetic flux field, so countermeasures to reduce leakage flux are not needed. Transformers are 30% smaller, 30% thinner and 40% lighter than EI type transformers. Applications include office, A/V, CATV, and electronic equipment. Sizes are available from 5VA to 1000VA.




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High Efficiency R-Core Transformers



CUI Stack, Inc now offers High Efficiency R-Core transformers. These technically advanced transformers utilize a high quality, non-cut silicon steel core. There are two matched bobbins on each side of the core which mutually cancel the other's magnetic flux field, so countermeasures to reduce leakage flux are not needed. The R-core transformer usually has an efficiency rating of over 90% because of its no cut core, high-grade material, and minimal distance between core and winding. The high-grade material also features very little iron loss. With a round section produced by stepless curve slitting and continuous winding, the resistance loss and heat generation is 50% of an EI type transformer. R-Core transformers are 30% smaller, 30% thinner and 40% lighter than an EI type transformer.

There are many applications for these R-Core transformers, such as office equipment, A/V equipment, medical equipment, CATV systems and electronic instruments. However, the R-core is suitable for any product that would benefit from a high efficiency, streamlined transformer.

There are many sizes available from 5VA to 1000VA. Any custom requirements within this range are gladly provided.

SUMMARY

Product Name: R-core transformer

When it is available: Immediately

Possible Users: Office equipment, A/V, Medical, CATV, Electronics

Primary Feature: 90% efficient, low leakage flux, small size and weight

Primary benefit: Smaller designs of modern equipment at lower cost.

How Much: Call for quote.

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