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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
23V609 Allied Electronics, Inc. THORDARSON MEISSNER Not Provided Transformer,Isolation,Step-up/down or straight,230/460V,50/60HZ,100VA,sec115/230
23V615 Allied Electronics, Inc. THORDARSON MEISSNER Not Provided Transformer,Isolation,Step-up/down or straight,230/460V,50/60HZ,2000VA,115/230V
23V610 Allied Electronics, Inc. THORDARSON MEISSNER Not Provided Transformer,Isolation,Step-up/down or straight,230/460V,50/60HZ,250VA,115/230V
298CT Allied Electronics, Inc. HAMMOND MFG Not Provided transformer - line isolation - step up/plug in
P-8638 Relay Specialties Inc. WHITE-RODGERS DIV. Step-Up Transformers Auto/Isolation Transformers • Step-Up Transformers • Voltage Step: Up • Primary Voltage: 115 V • Secondary Voltage: 230 V • VA: 125
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  • Isolation Transformer to Perform Line Leakage or Functional Run Tests
    Associated Research strongly recommends the use of an isolation transformer or isolated power source for powering up the Device Under Test (DUT) when performing the Line Leakage or Functional Run tests. This white paper covers the various reasons for isolating the DUT power source during
  • Transformer Design for Charging Defibrillator Capacitors
    several advantages - 1) Simple circuit. 2) High voltage output is not dependent on large turns ratios. 3) Circuit is self limiting. Output can be shorted without damage. 4) Output can be regulated over a large range. 5) Transformer can provide voltage isolation. 6) Multiple isolated outputs
  • Reasons for selecting MIRUS Harmonic Mitigating Transformers in Lieu of K-Rated (.pdf)
    to the transformers will solve all four problems at. once. Here’s why. The MIRUS transformer is an isolation transformer with a special secondary winding. configuration which minimizes the voltage distortion caused by the 3rd and 9th current. harmonics that make up the major portion of the neutral current
  • Testing Transient Responce In DC/DC Converters
    . SHEET 1 OF 9. FIGURE 2 (Top). Opto-isolated feedback loop. POWER TRANSFORMER. +. +. V OUT. -. VIN. PWM. FB. REF. RC. RF. -. TL431. RI. OPTO-ISOLATED FEEDBACK LOOP. REF. +VOUT. SIGNAL TRANSFORMER. MODULATOR. MODULATING. DEMODULATOR. (AM/FM). INPUT. ISOLATION BARRIER. -V O. RF. VO = 2.5 ( 1
  • High-Voltage ICs
    . The drawback with junction isolation is that it takes up wafer space and requires activation power. Breakdown voltage improvements in high-voltage ICs are possible for two reasons. One, the starting substrate material is high-resistivity silicon. Secondly, isolation junctions are replaced by a solid
  • Medical Device Link .
    , power is applied to the DUT at 110% of the nominal voltage level using an isolation transformer. The measuring device tracks the amount of leakage current flowing from the mains-input line and returning to ground through the product's insulation under normal and single-fault conditions. Enclosure
  • White Paper: High-Availability Power Systems, Part III - AC Distribution Options
    to control power to single-phase devices, which operate at 120. VAC in the USA and at 220-240 VAC in Europe. • Power Distribution Unit. Power Distribution Units (PDUs) combine an input isolation. transformer, one or more panelboard assemblies and power monitoring equipment. Some include. optional 3-phase
  • A Quantitative TCO Comparison of 400V AC and 600V AC Power Systems (.pdf)
    . then step down the incoming voltage to the utilization voltage, and power distribution units (PDUs). feed the power to multiple branch circuits. The isolation transformer and PDU are normally combined. in a single PDU component, many of which are required throughout the facility. Finally, the power

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