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Transformers, Isolation

Definition : Transformers designed to isolate the secondary winding from the primary winding in such a way that neither of the secondary terminals is grounded. Typically the ratio of primary to secondary windings is one to one, so the voltage in the secondary winding is the same as the input voltage of the primary. Isolation transformers are used to reduce the leakage currents of a particular device to levels low enough (e.g., less than or equal to 500 microampere) to meet the upper limits of electrical safety standards. These transformers may be included as an integral part of electric and electronic medical equipment or provided as accessory devices.

Entry Terms : "Isolation Transformers"

UMDC code : 18563

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Bridgeport Magnetics Group Inc

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CONMED Corp

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We are a global medical technology company that specializes in the development and sale of products and services that allow our physician customers to deliver high quality care and as a result, enhanced clinical outcomes for their patients

Hammond Mfg Co Inc

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Hammond Manufacturing was founded in 1917 in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. In the early years, the Company manufactured radios, power amplifiers and battery eliminators. During the late 1920's Hammond focused its efforts on the manufacturing of transformers for the broadcast and communications industries. The explosive demand for electrical products of all kinds during the 1950's and 1960's created many opportunities for new products and diversification. During these years Hammond became a leading supplier of transformers and enclosures for the electrical and electronic industries.

Lowell Mfg

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POWERVAR Inc

Company Type: Parent

POWERVAR has been able to develop a full line of power protection equipment with unmatched reliability and quality that is the gold standard of the industry. POWERVAR offers an in-depth product portfolio of real solutions and real protection for the technology your business relies on to keep your operation running smoothly.

Teal Electronics Corp

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TEAL is uniquely qualified to provide our customers with the engineering, manufacturing and customer service support needed for a new power subsystem program. TEAL is 100% focused on providing power subsystems. We are the leading developer of integrated power management systems

Toroid Corp

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Toroid Corporation of Maryland (TCM) is a privately held corporation, founded in 1982. Gunnar Ennerfelt, its president and owner, holds an MSEE degree from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. Prior to immigrating from Sweden in 1982, Gunnar Ennerfelt had founded Toroid Transformator AB (TTAB) in Vaxjo, Sweden in 1978, preceded by five years as the president of Transductor AB, a company that pioneered the development of labor saving manufacturing methods of power toroids in the late sixties. In 2006, Gunnar retired from daily operations at Toroid Corporation of Maryland and was succeeded by his daughter, Katarina Ennerfelt

Tripp Lite

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Tripp Lite is a leading manufacturer of products that power, connect and protect computers and other electronics. Founded in 1922, it is best known for its Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Systems and Isobar Surge Suppressors (with over 18 million sold).

Universal Enterprises Inc (UEi)

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