Isolation Power Transformers
Agile Magnetics maintains an expert staff of engineers who have experience designing, developing, and producing all types of high frequency transformers — including those used for isolation. Every transformer features some properties of isolation, regardless of its primary applications, but only Isolation Transformers are designed explicitly to isolate the primary from secondary windings in order to meet safety agency requirements.
Safety and Efficiency
Primarily used to protect both equipment and end users from electric shocks, Isolation Power Transformers isolate the end user circuit from the primary power circuit.
Isolation Power Transformers couple input and output voltages magnetically in their transformer core — there is no direct, wired electrical connection. The two windings in the core are separated by specially designed isolation materials, including tape, plastic, specially insulated wire, and electrical grade paper.
With their unique design and materials, Isolation Power Transformers typically achieve dielectric isolations ranging from 2500VAC to 4000VAC, though higher isolation requirements can be met with custom designs.
Isolation Power Transformers from Agile Magnetics are integral components in a diverse range of applications in a variety of industries. These include:
- Consumer electronics
- Medical devices
- Military and defense
- Test equipment
Agile Magnetics has been manufacturing transformers of the highest available quality for more than 20 years.
We are both ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100 certified, and maintain a UL E160724 insulation listing. Units can be built to CE, CUL, UL, and VDE standards, with UL and CUL markings available when requested. All of this allows us to guarantee you industry-leading quality throughout the entirety of the manufacturing process — working with Agile, you know that every product will meet or exceed the highest industry standards.
To learn more about Isolation Power Transformers and how they can help to fulfill your specific application requirements, contact us today. Be prepared with the following information so that we may help you more effectively:
- Application specifics
- Expected quantity
- Isolation and shielding requirements
- Secondary load current
- Voltage, both input and output