PC / PCB Mount Isolation Transformers Datasheets

PC-Mount Wideband Transformer -- 0007NA
from North Hills Signal Processing Corporation

The NA-series of wideband transformers cover the 0.1 - 300 MHz frequency range in a variety of circuit configurations. The plastic package is designed to plug into a printed circuit board. [See More]

  • Mounting: PCB/SMD
  • Operating Frequency: 100000 to 3.00E7
TAM Series -- TAM-100A-J [TAM-100A-J from Talema International Group]
from AlfaMag Electronics

Designed for pick and place compatibility, excellent quality [See More]

  • Mounting: PCB/SMD
  • Operating Temperature: -10 to 85
  • Winding Turns: One to One
  • Agency: RoHS
ADSL - Isolation Transformer -- 0560-6600-64
from Bel Fuse Inc.

Isolation Transformer [See More]

  • Mounting: PCB/SMD
  • Operating Temperature: -40 to 85
  • Winding Turns: One to One
Isolation Transformer -- IS1000-100-18-0
from Bicron Electronics Co.

In the Switch Mode topology there is typically a PFC choke, a diff mode choke, a switching transformer and an output choke. The PFC choke maintains the voltage/current phase relationship with the goal of minimizing power loss from the input voltage (typically AC). The diff mode choke ’s... [See More]

  • Mounting: PCB/SMD
  • Operating Frequency: 10000 to 50000
  • Winding Turns: Step-Down Transformer
  • Input Voltage: 100
Dual Bobbin Power Transformer -- PLP-1012
from Premier Magnetics, Inc.

Low Height, Ideal for PCB Applications [See More]

  • Mounting: PCB/SMD
  • Input Voltage: 115
  • Output Type: AC
  • Output Voltage: 10
Pulse Transformer -- IL Series
from Schurter, Inc.

Description. High insulation rating ( >2.2 kVAC) between the primary and the secondary windings. Small coupling capacitances between primary and secondary windings limit transient feedback from the power supply side to the control electronics. Cost optimized design. The defined partial discharge... [See More]

  • Mounting: PCB/SMD; THT Mount
  • Operating Temperature: -25 to 100
  • Output Voltage: 500
  • Agency: RoHS