the transformer is an ac static electricity machine that:
transfers the power between two systems operating at different voltage transforms electrical power into other electrical power by changing the voltage and current values this is practically no leakage.
usually a transformer is used to obtain a voltage value different from the one available and for this reason can be considered a kind of "adapter" that allows to connect an energy source to a user that operates at different voltage.
the transformer is fundamental in the field of electrotechnics so that the electrical systems are alternated precisely to allow it to be used and are also used in electronics predominantly in power supplies (both linear and switching). in the production and distribution of electricity transformers allow the most suitable voltage and current values ??to be used. in fact for better plant efficiency it is better to have high voltages and low currents so that:
reduce the cable sections (so less material less weight longer struts between the trestles) and lower the cost of the system reduce the losses reduce voltage drops where large quantities of power are to be transported for long distances high voltage systems (> 200 kv) or medium voltage (20 kv) will be used while utilities will use low voltage systems (230-400 volt).
tms series isolation monofase transformers
- insulation class f - thermal class b executive class i - maximum ambient temperature 35 ° c - open version cooling an - degree of protection ip 00 dry - maximum primary and secondary voltage 1500 v - power 100 va - primary 400 - 230 - 0 v - secondary 0-12-24v (12-0-12) - weight 1.85 kg - dimensions: 87 x 65 x 80 mm