Supplier: Allied Electronics, Inc.
Description: Transformer, 30 VA (Max.) Power Rating Choice of two primaries single primary 115 VAC or dual primary 115⁄230 Either series operates on 50⁄60 Hz Combination solder or quick connect terminals, split bobbin construction means no electrostatic shield is necessary, hi-pot tested to 2 KV
- Transformer Type / Application: Impedance Matching Transformer, Isolation Transformer
- Construction: Split Core
- Primary Frequency: 50 / 60 Hz
- Single Phase Primary Configuration: Single
Supplier: Dynapower Corporation
Description: Dynapower Company is pleased to offer the ULTRACAST line of cast coil transformers, designed for applications that demand high reliability and continuous performance. Developed in the United States, the ULTRACAST process locks the windings in a very strong, high dielectric, epoxy resin, thus
- Transformer Type / Application: Encapsulated Coil
- Cooling Method: Dry-type / Air Cooled
- Primary Frequency: 50 Hz, 60 Hz
- Maximum Secondary Voltage Rating: 600 to 35000 volts
C57.12.14-1982 - IEEE Trial-Use Standard for Dielectric Test Requirements for Power Transformers for Operation at System Voltages from 115 kV Through 230 kV -- 10.1109/IEEESTD.1982.81521
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Supplier: ABB Power Products/Power Systems
Description: The FERROGUARDSM (Type FSR-983) outdoor rated saturable reactor is intended to minimize the possibility of ferro-resonance activity on wire-wound, inductive designs of voltage transformers, distribution transformers, and power transformers. This product is rated 600 V, 10 kV BIL for use
- FIlter Type: Passive
- Signal Type: Single Phase AC
- Nominal Input Voltage: 240 V, Other
Supplier: ABB Power Products/Power Systems
Description: The Types VOZZ-20, VOZZ-20G, VOZZ-25 and VOZZ-25G are outdoor voltage transformers designed for high burden application, and are suitable for operating meters, relays, and supplying control power. These are a two bushing design for line-to-line application where the line-to-line voltage equals
- Transformer Category: Voltage / Potential Transformer
- Type / Applications: ANSI Class, Wound Primary
- Outdoor Use: Yes
Supplier: Franklin Fibre-Lamitex Corporation
Description: Vulcanized FRANKLIN Fibre is a very hard, dense homogeneous material up to .093" thick, possessing a wide range of favorable properties. In its initial stage, it is processed very much like a high-grade rag paper, but without the addition of sizing. It is then treated with zinc chloride which
- Grade / Type: Commercial / General Purpose, Electrical Grade / Fishpaper
- Application: Abrasives, Dielectric / Electrical Insulation, Gaskets, Labels / Tags, Luggage / Trunk & Case, Rotor Insulation (Motor / Generator), Transformers / Power Supplies, Washers / Spacers, Welding Masks / Personal Protection, Other
- Shape / Form: Fabricated / Custom Shape, Rod Stock, Sheet / Board, Tube Stock, Specialty / Other
- Thickness: 1588 to 50800 µm
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