High Frequency Transformers
Osborne High Frequency Transformers are isolation transformers and auto-transformers that operate at frequencies higher than 50/60 Hertz. Osborne recommends high frequency operation for certain applications that demand a significant reduction of the physical size of electromagnetic components. Osborne helps our clients take advantage of higher frequency designs by identifying and accommodating (or preventing) high frequency loss characteristics, such as skin-effect losses, proximity effect losses and stray losses.
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High Frequency Transformer Design Options Table
|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:||100 – 1,000,000 Hertz|
|Phase:||Single – Multiple|
|Electrostatic Shielding:||50 Volts DC to 50,000 Volts AC|
|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|
What Are Osborne’s High Frequency Transformer Design Options?
“Design Options” refers to the types of features typically available for Osborne’s High Frequency Transformers. We share these options to help you determine if Osborne’s capabilities are a good fit for your project.
If you’re looking to develop a custom high frequency transformer and it fits in the ranges of Osborne’s high frequency transformer design options table, there’s a great chance that we can make your project a success. Call Osborne today at 800-229-9410.
Why Choose Osborne?
Premium high frequency transformers are ideal for select applications. Does your project demand exceptional design service and high performance? If so, please consider our Design Options page for details about the performance benefits of application specific engineering. Next we encourage you to visit our Partners page for a clear idea of Osborne’s unique collaborative development approach.