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Pulse Transformer

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beryour

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I need to design a Digital remote thermometer and i need a particular transformer to send the pulses to the main supply. I have the description for the transformer but i dont understand it and dont know how to get it. I need you all to assist me with necessary information. The transformer data is described below.....thanks


Primary: 100 turns, Secondary: 10 turns
Wire diameter: 0.2mm. enamelled plastic former with ferrite core.
Outer diameter : 4mm
 

beryour

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That is all the information that was in the circuit design diagram.... and it is ferrite core.
No other core information indicated but it is used in transmitting pulsating bursts to and from a mains supply.....do i get you the circuit diagram?...thanks
 

crutschow

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What is the voltage, frequency, pulse width, etc. of the signal to the transformer input and output?
 

beryour

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The frequency to the transformer is between 27kH and 30kH.......its actually a temperature signal which has been converted to a frequency pulse then amplified with the aid of a diode..it is transmitted to the mains supply with the help of this transformer....
 
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