Power transformers

Wednesday, 01 March, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.siemens.com.au/


With its E high-power series, Epcos has introduced a family of transformers that can handle extremely high power densities while taking up less space. The EHP 16, for example, can transfer 25 W, twice that of the commonly used EF16 transformer with the same footprint. The latest transformer series comprises four versions: EHP 16 and EHP 19 as SMDs designed for 25 and 35 W, while the EHP5.0 and EHP 26 are leaded components designed to handle 50 and 100 W. The components' space requirements range from 17 x 23.3 mm to 27 x 27.5 mm. The pre-tinned core can be soldered directly to the circuit board, which ensures good heat transfer and improved cooling.

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