Transformers Have Low Capacitive Coupling

July 1, 1999
Utilizing a split-bobbin design, the Two-4-One (241) Series of power transformers is said to provide superior isolation and low capacitive coupling. The transformers features 2.4VA to 100 VA power and single or dual primaries. Dielectric strength is

Utilizing a split-bobbin design, the Two-4-One (241) Series of power transformers is said to provide superior isolation and low capacitive coupling. The transformers features 2.4VA to 100 VA power and single or dual primaries. Dielectric strength is 2500 VRMS Hipot. Other key features include Class B insulation and solder lug/quick-connect-type terminals.Meeting a variety of standards, the devices can be used in quality-driven applications. They are recognized to UL Standard 506, the standard for specialty purpose transformers covering power transformers with 250V or less input, and are CSA certified

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