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    Flyback Transformers - (24 companies)
    Flyback transformers (FBT) or line output transformers (LOPT) are designed to produce a very high voltage by storing energy in their magnetic windings. By storing this energy for a very short period of time before transferring it to the output... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Transformer Winding Services - (161 companies)
    ...winding services include autotransformers, buck boost transformers, control transformers, current transformers, distribution transformers, ferroresonant transformers, filament transformers, flyback transformers, high frequency transformers, isolation... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    DC-DC Converter Chips - (158 companies)
    ...most other DC-DC converter chips, charge pumps store energy in a capacitor instead of an inductor. Flyback converters are similar to buck-boost converters, but use a transformer to store energy and provide isolation between the input and output... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Signal Transformers - (348 companies)
    Signal transformers transfer information from one circuit to another by electromagnetic induction. They are used to increase or decrease the voltage from one side of a power transformer to the other. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Switch Mode Transformers - (54 companies) required in switching power supplies, regulators and converters. Switch mode transformers have several basic topologies: push-pull, flyback, boost, forward, buck and bridge. Push-pull transformers are used in push-pull configuration circuits... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Power Transformers - (996 companies)
    ...on the device's construction and application. Common types include autotransformers, isolation transformers, flyback transformers, distribution transformers, and substation transformers. Autotransformers vs. Isolation Transformers. Autotransformers... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Three Phase Transformers - (89 companies)
    ...flyback (FBT), generator step-up (GSU), harmonic mitigating, high voltage, industrial control, and inverter transformers. Categories of three phase transformers also include isolation, multi-ratio, neutral grounding, power, rectifier, resonant... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Electronic Transformers - (21 companies)
    Flyback transformers (FBT) or line output transformers (LOPT) are designed to produce a very high output voltage from a relatively low input voltage. Pulse transformers interface a pulse forming network (PFN) and a load. By matching the impedance... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Single Phase Transformers - (75 companies)
    ...applications. Flyback transformer: to produce a high-voltage output, the transformer stores energy in its magnetic windings for a short period of time. Generator step-up transformer: steps-up voltage levels to a suitable long-distance transmission voltage... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Voltage Multipliers - (9 companies)
    Voltage multipliers are AC-to-DC conversion devices that produce a high potential DC voltage from a lower voltage AC source. They are used to produce high voltages where low current is required. Search by Specification | Learn More

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The new ACPL-302J is a smart gate drive optocoupler that improves isolated power supply and simpli fies gate drive design. The ACPL-302J features an integrated flyback controller for DC-DC converters and a full set of fail-safe IGBT diagnostics, protection, and fault reporting, providing a complete...

Many power supply products are marketed under the "Green Power" label meaning that they are designed to maximise efficiency across the load range (known as average active mode efficiency) and minimise power consumed at no load. Active mode efficiency is the average of four measurements made at 25,...

The demand for boost regulators has increased along with emerging applications in automotive, industrial and consumer marketplaces. Examples of new applications include emergency call (eCall) systems, start-stop systems, audio power amplifiers (PAs), smart grid data concentrators, Thunderbolt TM...

Generating high voltage by means of flyback topology is a common approach. Using the generated voltage to charge a capacitor for a high energy pulse are used in defibrillators, photoflashs, strobes and ignition circuits to name a few. The procedure outlined in this article is useful in the initial...

The three basic topologies used in switching power supplies are buck, also known as forward, boost and buck-boost, also known as Flyback. All three topologies use the same three elements, transistor, inductor and diode but they are arranged in different manners. The essential difference between...

...applications, one or more low-cost, simple to use, isolated power supplies working from input voltages up to 100 V are needed. Traditional solutions use flyback converters to generate this bias supply but flyback designs require more components and board space in addition to more complicated design...

(steps up the DC battery voltage to a constant high-voltage DC) 2)Full-Bridge Inverter (converts DC voltage to a sinusoidal AC output) 3)Flyback Switch Mode Charger (current source and charges battery with constant current)...

...from the DC bus. The control circuit and power circuits are optically isolated with respect to each other. An on-board fly-back power supply generates +5VD, with respect to the digital ground used for powering up the control circuit, including the PICmicro (R) device. +5VA and +15VA are generated...

). Some of the typical products in this category. include portable desk lamps, under-cabinet lights, and. outdoor porch lights. One of the most common power supply topologies for low. power offline LED drivers is an isolated flyback topology. Unfortunately standard design techniques used...

...with no isolation. Figure 1 below shows typical delay times of an optically-isolated flyback converter. The total propagation delay in the feedback loop is the sum of all delays of the components used in the feedback loop....

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