Power Transformers

Power transformers (also referred to as electrical power transformers) work by combining three important components/stages:

  1. The primary winding is connected to an electrical source where the main flux is induced.
  2. The primary source passes the main flux through the magnetic core.
  3. The main flux continues to the secondary winding through a low reluctance path to create a magnetic circuit that closes the flux.

Main Uses for Power Transformers

Power transformers have many uses, including:

  • AC and DC motor drives
  • Unregulated power supply (UPS)
  • Switch mode power supplies (SMPS)
  • Traction motor control
  • Induction heating
  • Inverters

Find the Power Transformer You Need

Schott Magnetics assembles electrical power transformers to each customer’s specifications. To get exactly what you need, contact us today!

Size Range/Form Factor:
Available in a broad amount of sizes and bobbins including self leaded, surface mount or through hole configurations
Output Range:
Up to 400W and 4000VAC Isolation. Built to Reinforced insulation requirements.
Operating Temperatures:
130'C, 155'C, 180'C and 200'C
Packaging Options:
Tray, bulk and tape and reel
Standards:
EN60950, UL60601, CSA for reinforced isolation. Built to IPC-A-610 standards. RoHS3 and Conflict Free

Applicable Industries

Industrial

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Telecommunication

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Energy/Solar

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Aerospace/Defense

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Medical

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