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  • Isolation Transformers Increase Safety of Electronic Systems (.pdf)
    in the equipment. Isolation transformers have represented a traditional solution for providing high isolation in electronic circuitry. Even with the increased use of efficient, switched-mode power supplies (SMPS), isolation transformers can improve the overall isolation of an electronic design without
  • Current-Sense Transformer Application Design Guidelines
    The standard for precise current measurement in instrumentation and other high reliability equipment applications has been the current sense transformer. They are accurate, easy to implement, and reliable under harsh environmental and thermal conditions. In electronic systems applications
  • Understanding Transformer Standards at Home and Abroad (.pdf)
    applies to an end product such as an instrument or a piece of electronic equipment, or occasionally to a component used for a specific application. Transformers are generally not UL listed; doing so would restrict the use of that transformer to a very narrow purpose.
  • Selecting Harmonics Transformers vs. K-Factor
    , and other modern electronic office equipment typically form a large portion of the electrical load in a building. Because these loads are very non-linear, their load currents are rich in harmonics, causing problems for both the power distribution system and for the electronic equipment itself
  • Design and Development of Medical Electronic Instrumentation
    to science-fair projects. In contrast, this book will help. you discover the challenge and secrets of building practical electronic medical devices,. giving you basic, tested blocks for the design and development of new instrumentation. The projects range from simple biopotential amplifiers all the way
  • Transformer Design Guidelines To Meet RoHS and Hi-Temp SMD Soldering Requirements
    Transformer manufacturers and the designers of electronic equipment continue to face technology and manufacturing challenges in the design of their respective products to meet the European Union's (EU) Directive 2002/95 entitled, "Restrictions On The Use of Hazardous Substances (RoHS). The EU's
  • Caging Transformer: EMI Still An Important Design Issue (.pdf)
    . Fortunately, emissions from transformers and power supplies can be reduced to acceptable levels. Electromagnetic radiation is produced in varying degrees by virtually every type of electrical and electronic component. Even wire and cable, though passive, can become active radiators
  • SME Capabilities & Solutions - Miniaturization of Reed Switch, Sensors & Planar Transformers
    Doing more with less is the mantra of our era. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the drive towards miniaturization in the next generation of electronic components and systems. The push for smaller parts is coming from the need for smaller assemblies that can be used in specific applications
  • Current Transformers Provide Accurate, Isolated Measurements (.pdf)
    Accurate measurement of the amplitude and waveform of AC current is required in many electronic and electrical applications. The most obvious way to make such measurements is to insert a resistor into the circuit to be measured and observe the voltage developed across it. It is often more
  • Wiring for Damper Actuators and Control Valves (.pdf)
    It is good practice to power electronic or digital controllers from a separate power transformer than that used for actuators or other end devices. The power supply design in our actuators and other end devices use half wave rectification. Some controllers use full wave rectification. When
  • Switch Mode Power Supplies and their Magnetics
    In today's day and age the most often used topology for electronic power supplies is that of the Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS), which is a major user of magnetics. In some applications the "older type" linear supplies are still used, but in the early 70's SMPS came into being spurred
  • Switch Mode Power Supplies Application Note (.pdf)
    Switch mode power supplies are becoming more common in electronic devices. Compared to conventional commercial power frequency transformers, they are more efficient and offer smaller footprints. This high efficiency characteristic is especially important for devices operated in stand-by mode
  • Baluns Shrink To Tiny 0404 Footprint (.pdf)
    Consumer and commercial electronic designs call for the smallest possible components to save space and power. Balanced-unbalanced transformers or baluns have traditionally been based on transmission lines, such as coaxial wires, stripline, or microstrip, and often somewhat large as a result

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