Power Transformers

6364 Power Transformers from 23 manufacturers listed on everything PE

Transformer is a device that transfers AC electric power from one circuit to another circuit or multiple circuits at a constant frequency. Power Transformers from the leading manufacturers are listed on everything PE. Narrow down on products based on type, power rating, turns ratio, qualification, package type, etc. View product specifications, download datasheets and get pricing. Your Inquiry will be directed to the manufacturer and their distributors who will get back to you with a quote.

Description:Automotive Qualified 1:150 Current Sense Transformer
Types of Transformer:
Current Transformer
Current Rating:
47 A
Inductance:
19.2 mH
Qualification:
AEC-Q200
RoHS Compliant:
Yes
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description:Step-Down Control Transformer for Industrial Applications
Types of Transformer:
Industrial Control Transformer
Power Rating:
5000 VA
Primary Voltage:
220 to 240 V
Secondary Voltage:
110 to 120 V
RoHS Compliant:
Yes
Package Type:
Chassis Mount
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Description:160000 uH, Current Transformer
Types of Transformer:
Current Transformer
Current Rating:
10 A
Inductance:
160000 uH
RoHS Compliant:
Yes
Package Type:
Through Hole
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Description:1.35 A, 196 uH Transformer
Current Rating:
1.35 A
Inductance:
196 uH
RoHS Compliant:
Yes
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description:SolaHD™ Non-Ventilated, Floor Mount Automation Transformers
Types of Transformer:
Industrial Control Transformer
Power Rating:
45000 VA
Primary Voltage:
480 V
Secondary Voltage:
120 to 208 V
RoHS Compliant:
Yes
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Description:1.5 W Flyback Converter Transformer for Automotive Applications
Types of Transformer:
Flyback Transformer, Gate Drive Transformer
Industry:
Industrial
Power Rating:
1.5 W
Primary Voltage:
8 to 18 V
Secondary Voltage:
20 V
Current Rating:
1.7 A
Inductance:
332 µH
RoHS Compliant:
Yes
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description:15 V Automotive-Qualified Power Transformer
Types of Transformer:
Isolation Transformer
Industry:
Automotive
Primary Voltage:
3.3 to 5 V
Secondary Voltage:
3.3 to 15 V
Current Rating:
0.35 A
Inductance:
160 µ H
Qualification:
AEC-Q200
RoHS Compliant:
Yes
Package Type:
Through Hole
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Description:40 uH, Flyback Transformer
Types of Transformer:
Flyback Transformer
Inductance:
40 uH
RoHS Compliant:
Yes
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description:Common-Mode Pulse Transformer for Power Line Applications
Types of Transformer:
Pulse Transformer
Primary Voltage:
110 V
Current Rating:
0.3 A
Inductance:
7.5 µH
RoHS Compliant:
Yes
Package Type:
Through Hole
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Description:1500 VA Toroidal Power Transformer
Types of Transformer:
Toroidal Transformer
Power Rating:
1500 VA
Primary Voltage:
117 V
Secondary Voltage:
40 to 80 V
RoHS Compliant:
Yes
Package Type:
Chassis Mount
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What is a Transformer?

Transformer is a device that transfers AC electric power from one circuit to another circuit or multiple circuits at a constant frequency. It has two windings - primary winding (which is connected to the power supply), and second winding (which is connected to the load). Transformers operate on the principle of Faraday's law of Electromagnetic Induction (EMI) and are used to step up/step down the input voltage supply. They provide galvanic isolation between input and output circuits and are ideal for power transmission & distribution, impedance matching, DC-DC power supplies, telecom, LED lighting, power over ethernet (PoE), capacitor charging, battery charging, solar micro-inverters, AC-DC power supplies, military, and aerospace applications.

When the primary winding of the transformer is connected to the AC power supply, AC current flows through the primary winding. This AC current constitutes an alternating magnetic field in the transformer’s core that couples both the primary and secondary windings. This alternating magnetic field cuts both the primary & secondary coils and induces an alternating electromotive force across the primary & secondary winding. The magnitude of induced emf across the primary & secondary winding is directly proportional to the rate of change of flux linkage with coils and the number of turns of the windings. The direction of induced emf can be found by Lenz's law.

Transformers from the leading manufacturers are listed on everything PE. You can use the filters on the left side to narrow down the list of products based on your requirements - Type, Power Rating, Turns Ratio, and other parameters. Our parametric search tool will scan multiple manufacturer websites to identify Transformers that meet your requirement. You can then download datasheets, request quotations via everything PE. Your inquiry will be routed to the manufacturer or their representative who will give you more information on the product.

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