Flyback transformer from TT Electronics is optimised for industrial applications



Hong Kong, China, May 22, 2017 /ChinaNewswire.com/ - TT Electronics, a global provider of engineered electronics for performance critical applications, introduced the HM210-05K060LFTR flyback transformer designed for use with Avago's ACPL-32JT/302J IGBT chipset. With its high level of isolation the transformer is optimized for use in demanding industrial motor control and inverter applications.

The HM210-05K060LFTR flyback transformer offers a higher saturation current capability and a lower leakage inductance performance, making it ideal for high efficiency DC-DC applications where size is critical, and to assure the performance and reliability levels that industrial applications demand.

In designing the transformer, TT Electronics took a holistic approach, considering many aspects in order to produce a product that is perfectly suited to Avago’s ACPL-302J, 2.5A gate drive optocoupler with integrated flyback controller, for isolated DC-DC converter applications.

The transformer has a wide operating temperature of -40 to +155 #61616;C, the latter figure contributing to its excellent 5kV isolation voltage capability between primary and secondary windings. Small in size, the TT Electronics flyback transformer measures just 19.5 x 14.5 x 16.5mm (HxWxD) and is designed for PCB mounting. It has a primary resistance of 305 milli-ohms.

Used in conjunction with Avago’s chipset, TT Electronics’ HM210-05K060LFTR is suitable for a wide range of industrial applications including inverters, uninterruptible and switch-mode power supplies, automation systems, DC/DC converters, renewable energy inverters, and AC and brushless DC motor drives.

HM210-05K060LFTR flyback transformers are available in 13 inch reels containing 70 pieces or six-reel shipping cartons comprising 350 pieces.

For further information visit www.ttelectronics.com/magnetics/power-magnetics.

About TT Electronics plc
TT Electronics is a global provider of engineered electronics for performance critical applications. It works with market-leading customers in the transportation, industrial, medical, and aerospace and defence sectors.

With headquarters in Woking, UK, TT Electronics employs approximately 6000 staff and operates from 27 locations around the world. It has four divisions: Transportation Sensing and Control, Industrial Sensing and Control, Advanced Components, and Integrated Manufacturing Services.

For more information about TT Electronics visit www.ttelectronics.com.

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