High-Isolation Ethernet Transformers

Pulse transformers are designed to meet requirements for medical and industrial applications

Image of Pulse Electronics High Isolation Ethernet Transformers for Industrial and Medical ApplicationsPulse Electronics Network introduces a series of high-isolation ethernet transformers specifically designed to meet the stringent requirements of medical and industrial applications where equipment functionality and safety are key. Highly-regulated market sectors like energy, smart metering, industrial control, and medical rely as much on their electrical devices to run smoothly as the professionals that utilize them. An interruption in vital equipment used in industrial or medical applications can cause critical delays.

Pulse parts have multiple options for working voltages, isolation voltages, and surge/impulse. In addition, they can meet functional, basic, supplementary, and reinforced insulation requirements.

Features
  • Small footprint for high isolation
  • Operating temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
  • Added surge or impulse tested options
  • Supports remote DC power feeding by PoE/PoE+
  • Meets or exceeds relevant safety standards for industrial and medical applications
Applications
  • Battery management solutions
  • AC motor drives
  • Instrumentation and measurement links
  • MRI machines
  • Dialysis equipment

High-Isolation Ethernet Transformers

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionAvailable QuantityView Details
PULSE XFMR 1CT:1CT TX 1CT:1CT RXHX1224CNLTPULSE XFMR 1CT:1CT TX 1CT:1CT RX4385 - ImmediateView Details
XFRMR MODULE 100B-TX 2 CH SMTHX1333NLXFRMR MODULE 100B-TX 2 CH SMT91 - ImmediateView Details
XFRMR MODULE 100B-TX 2 CH SMTHX1339NLXFRMR MODULE 100B-TX 2 CH SMT120 - ImmediateView Details
XFRMR MODULE 2.5GB-T 4 CH SMTHX4019NLXFRMR MODULE 2.5GB-T 4 CH SMT75 - ImmediateView Details
XFRMR MODULE 1000B-T 1 CH SMTH5187NLXFRMR MODULE 1000B-T 1 CH SMT95 - ImmediateView Details
XFRMR MODULE 1000B-T 1 CH SMTHX5026NLXFRMR MODULE 1000B-T 1 CH SMT121 - ImmediateView Details
Published: 2019-05-06