Pulse Transformer

4 Advantages of Using a High-Voltage Pulse Transformer

One of the most widely used custom transformers across a variety of industrial fields is a pulse transformer, which are designed to carry high loads to distribute power. They are capable of transferring more power than a regular transmitter of the same size and can operate on high frequencies. Here are four key reasons why industrial businesses should consider using pulse transformers.

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LAN Magnetics

LAN Magnetics: What You Need to Know

Magnetic transformers are essential components in local area network (LAN) systems and meet IEEE and ANSI standards. While there are various types of local area networks, such as those based on token ring and FDDI technology, Ethernet is the most widely used type of LAN technology. Here are essential details for LAN magnetics.

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Types of Toroidal Inductors and Common Mode Chokes

Toroidal inductors consist of insulated coil and are commonly found in electrical circuits. The wire is often made from powdered iron or ferrite. This type of inductor is used at low frequencies when large inductances are needed. Toroid inductors provide higher inductance per turn than similar sized solenoid cores.

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Air Core Transformer

Air Core Transformers: Know the Types and Benefits

Many small electronic devices such as radios use air core transformers that are based on antenna coils. These coils are commonly found in radio transmission systems. The reason they are widespread among communication devices is they lack a core, making them ideal for portable devices.

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Toroidal Transformer

5 Benefits of Using a Toroidal Transformer

Toroidal transformers are favored as long-term solutions for multiple reasons, due to their high efficiency. The small size and light weight are major factors that add to their high quality performance. They are about half the size and weight of more traditional toroids, making them ideal for compact power supplies.

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Chip Revolution

The Next Chip Revolution: What’s in Store?

The next revolution in chips will be actuators that replace sensors. Actuators will transform living spaces, human bodies and everything that now runs on electric power. The merging of semiconductors and nano engines will lead this change in the future.

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Wireless Switches

How Wireless Switches Help in Making Your Life Easier

Every machine used in manufacturing requires maintenance or replacement at some point, but it’s possible to reduce the production downtime by incorporating wireless switches in your system. You will save time and money if you invest in equipment that integrates with wireless switches, since it won’t require the complex task of rewiring, redesigning and retesting the unit.

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Ferrite Core Transformers

Ferrite Core Transformers: Types and Benefits

Transformers are driven by the flux linkage between primary, secondary and tertiary windings. For maximum performance, the transformer provides one low reluctance magnetic path, usually in the core. Here are considerations on how different materials are used for different types of ferrite core transformers.

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Electronic Voltage Multiplier

All You Need to Know About Voltage Multipliers

A voltage multiplier is a device that converts low AC voltage to higher DC voltage. It’s based on increasing the number of capacitors and diodes in a circuit. The device is often used for safety tests. Voltage multipliers can increase voltage up to seven times.

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Electronic Silicon Diode

What Are the Characteristics of an Ideal Silicon Diode?

A diode is an electrical switch commonly made of semiconductor material, such as silicon. It consists of two terminals: positive (anode) and negative (cathode). It is often used as a rectifier, which is a device that converts AC to DC with current flowing in one direction. Rectifiers can be found in electronic components such as radios, DC power supplies and high-voltage transmitters. Diodes take on many forms, such as vacuum tube diodes, semiconductor diodes and mercury-arc valves. A diode operates in conjunction with a resistor within a circuit.

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