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1:1 Center-taped transformer

Mikebits

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Here are a few more PHY transformers:
Belfuse: S558-5999-U7
Halo: TG110-SO55N2
Tyco/Transpower Technologies: Part # HB626-1, HB726, 1605000-1
Pulse Engineering: Part # H1102, H1117, H1012, J1035, J0011D21B
Midcom: 000-7160-30R
Sorry I did not have links, you should be able to google the pn#
 
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Thanks, I especially like the J0011D21B - have tried to get a sample from pulse engineering. They don't seem to have a shopping cart facility and I couldn't find any other suppliers selling it. Does anyone know where I can buy one of these?

Thanks,

Craig
 

Mikebits

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#7
That 125 unit quote is what is required for price break, I am sure you can still make a small order at higher cost. Call them or try their online chat thingy.
 
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mvs sarma

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Thanks, I especially like the J0011D21B - have tried to get a sample from pulse engineering. They don't seem to have a shopping cart facility and I couldn't find any other suppliers selling it. Does anyone know where I can buy one of these?

Thanks,

Craig
These appear to be like communication transformers used for ISDN modems. In case you come across any salvaged ISDN Modem, probably you could retrieve them.
 

Mikebits

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#9
For that matter, just salvage from an old ethernet card. That x-former is standard on all of em.
 

audioguru

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#11
If you spell it correctly then you might get what you want at a low price.
A center taped transformer is completely different from a center-tapped transformer.
 

mvs sarma

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#12
If you spell it correctly then you might get what you want at a low price.
A center taped transformer is completely different from a center-tapped transformer.
I request for little more clarity on the said spelling. I do understand that a transformer of this type cant be described in words and only thing is proper schematic with data and / or code number, if known.
 

audioguru

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#13
You must use the correct spelling or give up doing technical things. Do gardining instead.

A center-tapped transformer is with a tap in the center of its winding. A center-taped transformer has a piece of tape in its winding that does nothing.
 

Mikebits

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Mikebits

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Oh Mike, accidental spelling mistakes do happen. We need not bother that seriously Sir. let us take his intention that youth should have good command over the language, as they have a lot to do in future.
I am typically not persnickety about spelling errors. I just found it irresistible not to point out a spelling error in this case, as it was ironic that in the same sentence where AG is scolding someone for spelling errors, he makes one himself. Get the point?
 

mvs sarma

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I am typically not persnickety about spelling errors. I just found it irresistible not to point out a spelling error in this case, as it was ironic that in the same sentence where AG is scolding someone for spelling errors, he makes one himself. Get the point?
yes. I understood your point. perhaps i better send a pm to you.
 
Thread starter #20
If you spell it correctly then you might get what you want at a low price.
A center taped transformer is completely different from a center-tapped transformer.
Funny thing is I copied this directly from the Datasheet to make sure I got it correct. :confused: Check out section 2.4 of previously attached datasheet. No wonder I was having trouble finding one!!!
 

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