Pulse Transformers

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Transformer Type Inductance ET (Volt-Time) Turns Ratio - Primary:Secondary Mounting Type Size / Dimension Height - Seated (Max) Operating Temperature

Questions with Pulse Transformers

  • Ask: What is the use of pulse transformer in triggering circuits?

    Answer: Pulse transformer designers usually seek to minimize voltage droop, rise time, and pulse distortion. Droop is the decline of the output pulse voltage over the duration of one pulse. ... Pulse transformers usually (not always) operate at high frequency necessitating use of low loss cores (usually ferrites).


  • Ask: How do you check a pulse transformer?

    Answer: It is to provide isolation between power circuit and triggering circuit(an electronic circuit) as any fluctuations in the main power source may destroy or deteriorate the triggering circuit . Often Thyristors are operating at line or high voltage. Trigger pulses are coming from low voltage electronics.

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  • Ask: What are the two types of transformer?

    Answer: The easiest way to test a pulse transformer is using your oscope. The people with a Fluke scope that has three different cal tests is probably the best one to play with. Others will have the 1 or 5 volts cal that can be used.

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  • Ask: What is a signal transformer?

    Answer: Transformers generally have one of two types of cores: Core Type and Shell Type. These two types are distinguished from each other by the manner in which the primary and secondary coils are place around the steel core. Core type - With this type, the windings surround the laminated core.

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