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  • High Frequency - High Voltage Transformers (.doc)
    The need for high frequency (HF) combined with high voltage (HV) in transformers is becoming more popular. The well known advantage of operating at high frequency is that it allows the transformer to be designed smaller. High frequency (HF) transformers are often referred to as switchers. When
  • Measurement of Water Vapor in Sulphur Hexafluoride, SF6
    Sulphur hexafluoride, SF6, is a non-toxic, inert, insulating and cooling gas of high dielectric strength and thermal stability. Due to its high dielectric strength, it is particularly suited for application in high power circuit breakers as well as in high-voltage cables, transformers
  • 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
  • Design and Development of Medical Electronic Instrumentation
    effort. We discuss analog-to-digital conversion. of physiological signals as well as methods for high-resolution spectral analysis. Projects. include a universal sensor interface, sensor signal conditioners, using the PC sound card as. a data acquisition card, voltage-controlled oscillator
  • The `Good Old` Power Days (.pdf)
    of high-voltage power transformers could put you to sleep. If a current needed "tweaking" you looked at a 3-inch panel meter, and took control with a knob you could get your whole fist around!. Power resistors were big wirewound guys. They had hollow cores and were covered with shiny brown enamel
  • MSilica Nanoparticles Treated by Cold Atmospheric-Pressure Plasmas Improve the Dielectric Performance of Organic-Inorganic Nanocomposites
    , Amp-Line, Oakland Gardens,. NY, USA). A high-voltage transformer was then used to. step-up the voltage of the signal before it was applied to the. microfluidic device. It should be noted that voltages and. frequencies higher than 300 Vrms and 600 kHz, respectively,. were not tested due to the PDMS
  • A Microfluidic System for Biological Particle Enrichment Using Contactless Dielectrophoresis
    through the. main channel. High-frequency electric fields were provided. by a wideband, high-power amplifier and transformer combination. (Amp-Line Corp., Oakland Gardens, NY), and signal. generation was accomplished using a function generator. (GFG-3015; GW Instek, Taipei, Taiwan). Numerical Modeling

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