iron-core transformer

iron-core transformer

[′ī·ərn ¦kȯr tranz′fōr·mər]
(electromagnetism)
A transformer in which laminations of iron or other magnetic material make up part or all of the path for magnetic lines of force that link the transformer windings.
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Doing away with the traditional iron-core transformers, NxtPhase from Phoenix has put the first fiber optic current sensing device on the market.