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Free Transformer

Discussion in 'Buy, Sell and Trade' started by chemelec, Sep 23, 2012.

  1. chemelec

    chemelec Well-Known Member

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    Free, Except for Shipping Cost.
    Weight about 22 Pounds, So shipping will be Quite Expensive.
     
  2. ericgibbs

    ericgibbs Well-Known Member Most Helpful Member

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    Hi Chemlec,

    I see that its 600V to 120V ie 1:5 step down, easily used for 120V input to 24V output, ideal for a bench power supply.

    Nice offer.
    E.
     
  3. chemelec

    chemelec Well-Known Member

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    Even though the Ratio is correct for what you said, The 24 Volt Output Current would be Somewhat Low, because of the High Inductance of the 600 Volt Side, with only 110 volts applied.

    It would be More Suitable to use it as a 110 to 600 Volt Step up.
     
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  5. szhighstar

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    hi, Chemelec, do you make transformer? thanks!
     
  6. chemelec

    chemelec Well-Known Member

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    Sometimes, But Not that one.
     
  7. szhighstar

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    do you make planar transformer or network transformer?
     
  8. chemelec

    chemelec Well-Known Member

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    I would need MORE SPECIFIC INFO.
    Presently I am winding some 12 Volt to 10KV Flyback transformers for a company in the USA.

    Best if you send me an EMAIL about what you want
     

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