flyback transformer


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flyback transformer

[′flī‚bak tranz‚fȯr·mər]
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Therefore, the flyback transformer's winding width was maximized in order to reduce the field strength in this region.
The leakage inductance on this custom planar flyback transformer design was measured as 14 pH at 130 kHz.
In a flyback transformer, the AC resistance doesn't improve by interleaving the primary and secondary windings as these windings are out of phase.
Novel winding loss analytical model of flyback transformer, in EIEE Annual Power Electronics Specialists Conference, 2006 (PESC '06), July 2006, Shanghai, China, 1-6.
INVESTIGATION OF FLYBACK TRANSFORMER FLUX LEAKAGE REDUCTION WAYS
Moreover, the study has developed high-power flyback transformers at 700 W and below with extremely low leakage inductance.
The theoretical analysis or simulation means are used usually for analysis of flyback transformer design impact on voltage spikes [1]-[6].
The air gap in the core of the flyback transformer weakens the link between windings as well.
Model/Type SRF 0504 Series line EPC3248G-X and filters EPC3248G-X-LF PoE/PD Flyback transformers Inductance 0.55[micro]H [+ or -] 30% to Primary OCL: 25[micro]H 5.0[micro]H [+ or -] 30% [+ or -] 10% at 300 kHz, 0.1 Vrms Current Up to 5 A 0.32 A (sec.
The Model 4283-1200 Series hi-voltage flyback transformers provide a cost-effective means of driving high impedance loads requiring up to 2,000 VDC.
The material is an alternative for designing output chokes, line filters, PFC reactors and flyback transformers. CK cores are available in standard toriodal sizes and additional block cores.
These isolated flyback transformers are intended for use in the Powered Device (PD) applications of Power over Ethernet applications.