Hermetically-sealed amorphous alloy distribution transformer adopts the amorphous alloy iron as its magnetic material.It is eco-friendly and energy conservation,which complies with the standard of china energy conservation outline issued by National Economic Committee.
Normal service condition
a.Altitude should not be over 1000m,indoor type
b.Highest ambient temperature should not over +40oC;highest daily average temperature should not over +30oC
c.Highest annual average temperature should not over +20oC,lowest temperature should not below -25oC
*We can supply the transformers which operate in special operating conditions according to user's requirements.
a.GB1094.1~2-1996,GB1094.3,4,5-1985 Power transformer
b.JB/T10318-2002 Technical parameters and requirements for hermetically-sealed and oil-immersed amorphous alloy distribution transformer.
Character of performance
a.lron's magnetic material adopts amorphous alloy,which consists of materials such as iron and boron,ect.
b.The iron structure of amorphous alloy transformer adopts three phases and five columns.
c.This kind of transformer has same load-loss with S9 series,but the no-load loss of SBH-15 transformers are decreased by approw.75% by comparing with S9 series.It can save electricity and decrease the loss cost.Generally,we can take back the extra investment in four years compared with the silicon-steel iron transformer.
e.Under the normal operation,it does not need to change oil,which decreases the transformer's maintenance cost and prolongs the service life.
Note for placing order
Transformer type:rated capacity kVA
Number of phases:three-phase single-phase
High voltage: KV/Low voltage:KV
Tapping range:±4×2.5% ±3×2.5% other
Connection group:Yyn0 Dyn11 other
Impedance voltage:4% 6% other
Cooling method:ONAN ONAF
Protecting grade of outer casing:IP00 IP20 IP30 other
Method of incoming and outgoing line:
1.Incoming line to lower part and outgoing line from upper part
2.Incoming line to upper part and outgoing line from upper part
3.Incoming line to lower part and outgoing line from side part
*if customer has no requirement,the color of outer casing is light grey(the standard color of ANDELI),or you should indicate color code that you want
Main technical parameters of S9-M-30~2500/10 series of transformers
|Rated capacity(KVA)||Voltage combination(KV)||Connecting groupid||No-load lossess(W)||Load-loss(W)(75oC)||Short circuit impedance(%)||No-load current(%)||Weight(kg)||Overall dimension(mm)||Gauge(mm)|
|High voltage(KV)||Tapping(%)||Low voltage(KV)||Body||Gross weight||Length×Width×Height|
- Q:Transformer movie?
- Ehhhh I'm not sold on the concept yet. I want to see a real finished transformer first. I'm sure they'll get the transforming part right, but the sound I think will be wrong and stupid, and they'll probably look like those robots from Sky Captain
- Q:The difference between the reflection impedance of the ideal transformer and the hollow core transformer is different.
- The ideal transformer reflection impedance is the equivalent impedance of the load resistance equivalent to both ends of the primary coil, directly across the primary coil at both ends, in parallel with the primary circuit, and the nature of the reflection impedance and load impedance of the same nature.
- Q:how many primes are there in transformers all together?
- G1 (comic cartoon) Prima - first Transformer w/Matrix The Fallen (formerly Megatronus Prime) Primon - unofficial Matrix holder Prime Nova Sentinel Prime Optimus Prime Rodimus Prime Beast Wars (not Primes per se, but variants of) Optimus Primal Lio Primal Big Convoy Robots in Disguise Alpha Trion Optimus Prime Unicron Trilogy Vector Prime Optimus Prime Animated Ultra Magnus (formerly Ultra Prime) Longarm Prime Sentinel Prime Optimus Prime War For Cybertron/Transformers Prime Zeta Prime Optimus Prime Movie Dynasty of Primes (names unknown) The Fallen (formerly Megatronus Prime) Sentinel Prime Optimus Prime IDW Nova Prime Zeta Prime/Sentinel Prime Optimus Prime Edit: technically there are more but to mention them all would be a mess, Prime in Transformers typically means Matrix holding Autobot Leader, or original child of their god Primus, and I only bothered to mention them. Omega Prime is a temporary transformation, not a full-on character, and Nemesis Prime was once Optimus Prime from another reality which is why I didn't list him. Shattered Glass and Primal Prime are fan creations. Generation 2 Optimus btw is the Same character from G1. I know what I'm doing (It was only fair to mention the Beast War Primals because they were Maximal leaders, not Prime elects)
- Q:How to make a current transformer more linear?
- There could be eddy currents in a poorly designed transformer, yet sensible transformer cores are produced from laminated iron so as that the present can't circulate around the middle. you do no longer choose the middle to appear as if a shorted turn on the transformer. inspite of out eddy cutting-edge loss, there nonetheless is capability loss interior the middle that equals the part of the B-H loop according to cycle of ability.
- Q:Transformers xbox 360?
- Hmm 'Play O' took my answer :(
- Q:please help physics transformer?
- No, it can't. If it is connected to 120VDC, the output will give an initial pulse that decays to zero and stays there. The input will draw far more current than designed, overheat, and either open up or catch on fire. Here is how a transformer works with AC: The input winding generates a magnetic field (because it is an electromagnet). The field alternates because the applied current alternates. The alternating magnetic field couples into the output winding where it induces an electric voltage that alternates because the magnetic field is alternating. Now here's the kicker. The voltage induced in the output winding is proportional to the rate of change of the fluctuating magnetic field. If the field is static (ie, steady, as is the case if the input winding is powered by DC), then the rate of change is zero and the induced voltage is zero. That's why the transformer can't transform DC. Other interesting facts: The input winding converts electrical energy into energy in the magnetic field that is then converted back into electrical energy in the output winding. The input winding resists DC current based on the winding's resistance. If the input current is alternating, then it resists the current additionally based on the inductance of the winding, and the higher the frequency, the more it resists. A transformer is designed to work on a specific frequency (eg, 50Hz or 60Hz). Operating it at 0Hz (DC) will allow too much current to flow. The higher the applied frequency, the more power the transformer can transfer. Think of it as though the transformer passes a bucket of energy from input to output on each cycle. The more cycles per second, the more energy per second, aka the more power. At 0Hz (DC), it isn't passing any buckets of energy. Hope that helps.
- Q:Transformer Efficiency Question?
- Transformer efficiency (usually between 85 to 98 percent) is more of a function of transferring power, I x E or I^2 x R. Usually with the transformer's secondary looking into some kind of Load. So, you would say that transformer efficiency is a function of (Ps / Pp) x 100, or [I x Es (rms) / I x Ep (rms)] x 100 effiiciency of the transformer. Efficiency factor affects both votlage and current (power) in exactly the same way.
- Q:ABOUT TRANSFORMER!!!?
- Each turn produces about the same voltage, and the primary is the input side. 1. The input voltage is lower than the output voltage, so the input winding (primary) must have the lower number of turns. 2. If the line frequency is 50 Hz, then a and d, since the vibration force is proportional to the magnitude of the current, but not the direction, so both half cycles produce the same force and there are two cycles of force each voltage cycle. The main vibration forces involve the magnetic attraction between the laminations and their magneto-striction (change in dimension as magnetic flux magnitude varies) 3. The load full load primary current will be roughly the power divided by the voltage or 10,000/23043 A. The no load current will be a few percent of that current, but I do not know the typical fraction for a transformer of that size. My seat-of-the-pants guess is a, about 7%. -- Regards, John Popelish
- Q:jazz from transformers?
- Jazz is always voiced by an African American actor, Scatman Crothers, Darius McCrary, Phil Lamaar, but even though Transformers have varying ethnic voice actors, or for some reason, a human foreign accent, they're one race and not considered white or black, or foreign no matter what part of Cybertron they come from. They're either Autobot or Decepticon, and they're allegences, not races. They're Cybertronian by birth, Decepticon is a faction name created by Megatron, and Autobot is the governing force later changed to the title of the good guys amidst the war. I think it's just tradition for Jazz to have a African American voice and sound cool on acount of his name
- Q:Proteus transformer how to adjust the parameters, the 220V into 14V output.
- Transformer parameter setting method is:
1, the calculation: According to the ideal transformer primary turns ratio ratio n1 / n2 = V1 / V2 = 220/14 ≈ 15.7,
Let the primary winding sense L1 = 1H, then the secondary winding inductance L2 = 1 / (15.7 ^ 2) ≈ 0.00406H,
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