T8 Transformers for LED Tube Lighting

Dec. 8, 2011
Wurth Electronics Midcom introduces the all new T8 transformer series, specifically designed for T8 sized tube LED applications.

Wurth Electronics Midcom introduces the all new T8 transformer series, specifically designed for T8 sized tube LED applications. These transformers are built using two new packages developed by Wurth Electronics Midcom, which are the only transformer packages in the industry designed specifically for the T8 bulb form factor.

The patent-pending designs feature innovative, half-rounded cores to maximize core cross-sectional area. Up to 30W power is available on the through-hole design and 20W on the surface-mount packages.

Both package styles provide high efficiency and low leakage inductance. The shielded construction and rounded cores provide excellent EMI performance, with an operating temperature ranging from -40°C to 125°C.

Applications include the T8 tube lighting, in flyback topology, with functional, basic, supplementary or reinforced isolation.

Wurth Electronics Midcom Inc.
Part Number: T8 Transformer

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