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Parts by Number for Flyback Transformer Circuit Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
ER 11   West Coast Magnetics Power Transformers West Coast Magnetics ' 401 series high frequency transformers are intended for use in switch mode power supplies including push/pull, flyback, and forward converter circuits. Output power as high as 7 watts can be achieved in push/pull circuits. All sizes are based on low profile ER core...
TSD-546   Premier Magnetics, Inc. Signal Transformers simple solution to power conversion designs. The inductor or. transformer used are critical to the overall performance of the converter and typically define the overall efficiency,. output power and physical size. The following tables of transformers were designed for use in the Flyback Buck-Boost...
DAC2815D   M.S. Kennedy Corp. DC-DC Converters applications. A transformer isolated flyback converter topology operating at a switching frequency of 400 kHz allows operation over a wide input voltage range. Internal filtering of outputs eliminates the need for external capacitors in many applications. The 8-pin package is hermetically sealed...

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    of magnetic. are two types of Flyback circuits — continuous mode and. components that are needed for the typical SMPS. They. discontinuous. The continuous mode is primarily used at. include the Output Transformer, usually the most noticeable. power levels up to 250 W and discontinuous up to about
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