Osborne’s Power Isolation Transformer
Osborne’s isolation transformers are used to step-up, step-down and isolate voltages. Isolation may be used to help provide a degree of secondary-side immunity from voltage spikes and noise (both common-mode and transverse-mode) present on the primary-side system. The isolation can allow separate grounds on both the input and output sides of the transformer. Osborne also designs with a range of electrostatic shielding to provide several levels of noise immunity.
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Options for Power Isolation Transformer
|Primary Voltage:||1 – 10,000 Volts|
|Secondary Voltage:||0.1 – 20,000 Volts|
|Secondary Current:||0.001 – 50,000 Amps|
|Capacity:||0.000001 – 6,000 KVA|
|Frequency:||45 – 1,000,000 Hertz|
|Phase:||Single – Multiple|
|Electrostatic Shielding:||Single to Multiple Shields|
|Terminals:||Wire Leads – Finger Safe|
|Enclosures:||Open Core & Coil – Hazardous Environment|
|Dielectric Strength Testing:||50 Volts DC – 50,000 Volts AC|
|Agency Approvals:||UL, CSA, CE and/or TUV|
Why Osborne Transformer?
Every Osborne transformer is designed for extreme durability. Your design begins with extensive electromagnetic and mechanical modeling, then proceeds through a detailed battery of simulations. These simulations are progressively optimized to arrive at the ideal core, conductor, and other critical components. Your application will engage the expertise of a select network of the world’s finest raw material suppliers. The composite parts of your transformer will be built in strict compliance with Osborne’s exacting standards, and rigorous testing procedures.
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