Current Sense Transformers
Current Sense Transformers are designed to detect and measure current flow in an isolated conductor or a primary winding and produce a proportional alternating current in a secondary winding. The frequency range is 2 Hz to 1 MHz with a current rating of 125 mA to 4000 A. the three types are Invasive, Non-Invasive (Solid Core), and Non-Invasive (Split Core).
Pulse Transformers are designed to transfer pulses (signals/voltage with a rapid rise time, a duration of constant signal/voltage, and then a rapid fall time) from one side of a circuit to another. The transformer types are ADSL, data/voice coupling, economical open type, gate drive, general purpose, HDBase-T, HDSL, interface, isolation and data interface, LAN, MIL-STD-1553, PoE, SCR and Triac Trigger, SHDSL, T1/E1, T3/E3, and VDSL.
Specialty Transformers are designed to be used with specific products or purposes. These transformers are to be used with ADM2485, ADP1050, ADSL over pots EP7 SMD, brooktree 8920 and 8952 HDSL, CCFL power supplies, crystal CS61574/35/100Ohms/transmit, crystal T1 chips/receive, CS8401, 8402, 8411 & 8412, CS8401/CS8402/CS8403/CS8404-audio transmitter, FT 3120, 3150, 5000 smart transceivers, Globespan, MAX250, MAX251, MAX253, O2 buck converter, PE22100, power form correction, rockwell 8069, RS-485 communications, SL1750, ST viper, T1 transmit for level one 310, and Xenon flash.
Switching Converter, SMPS Transformers
Switching Converter, SMPS Transformers are used to construct switch mode power supplies (SMPS) which are a type of power supply that uses semiconductor switching techniques rather than standard linear methods to provide the required output voltage. The basic switching converter consists of a power switching stage and a control circuit that may be designed to work with specific chipsets.