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Applicable to warious of three-phase 220VAC serco drivers with input voltage of three-phase 380VAC and output voltage of three-phase 220VAC.

.jpg1.Changing with demand intelligently and adjusting needed current automatically.

2.Flexible installation and small volume.

3.Safe and reliable with a service life up to over twenty years.

4.Low cost:Cheaper than traditional industrial frequency transformers.

5.Superior performance:High efficiency(99.8%),high stability,anti-interference,non-heating,low power consumption and reliable energy output..jpg


It was establish in November of 1994,It has been developed to be a professional transformer manufaturer after 20 years'development,who integrates R&D,producing and markerting.Meanwhile,It is the earliest transformer manufacturer which gets CQC certificate in China.

The main products of Xinping include different kinds of transformer ,such as EI transformer,encapsulated transformer ,switch power supply transformer,inducatance transformer,BK&JBK transformer,toroidal transformer,intelligent servo transformer,three-phase dry type transformer,QZB transformer,special transformer and others.

It is located in Shandong Dezhou,now there are more than 400 employees in the company,15% employees are special technicians.It covers an area of about 53000 square meter,and the floor area is more than 30000 square meter.

In the process of manufacturing and business,It always sticks to the principle of honoring contract,keeping credit,complying with business ethics and seeking the perfect quality.Being the leader of transformer and electronic components industry is the development goal of it.Comparing price under the same quality and comparing quality&service under the same price is the business concept of it.Devoting of your requirement,It will supply you excellent service from products concept to designing,sample making,confirmation,producing,testing and delivering.It would like to cooperte with you and build a bright future together.

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First off, I did NOT want to see it. I'm not really into cars and all that kind of stuff. But my husband rented it last night and we watched it. And I will say I was surprised. I actually REALLY enjoyed it. It has a really good storyline and some pretty good acting as well! The effects are incredible too! Overall, it was a very good and entertaining movie! You should definately watch it. You won't be disappointed
Q:Using mains transformers as speaker transformers in valve (tube) amplifiers?
you have 2 issues there. a million. Voltage; 2. Frequency. to that end, the two are against you. NZ has 50Hz mains frequency at 240V. in case you're relatively fortunate, the transformer could have twin windings on the universal, or a 220/240V. faucet. in case you do no longer understand what you're doing, seek for suggestion from an electrician or electronics tech. to have them examine regardless of if it relatively is twin voltage, and alter it. The frequency distinction can recommend incredibly much less performance, the transformer could get a sprint warmer in operation. even in spite of the shown fact that it may be high quality. you basically different thoughts are to alter the transformer (get one for twin voltages?), or use a 240/110V stepdown transformer earlier than it. The stepdown transformer could have a sufficient potential score for the interest.
Q:Replacing my transformer. ?
The in the manual or on the device it should state what the voltage and current or power requirements are. It will state this in volts (in AC or DC) along with milliamps (mA) or watts (W). The wall wart should also state what it has on its output. Typically the outside is negative with the inside being positive. Make sure that any aftermarket or replacement transformer is exactly the same voltage. The amperage or wattage capacity should be the same or greater. (ie a 300 mA can be replaced by a 500 mA or 0.5 A but not a 100 mA) The obvious match of the connector should not be overlooked. If it is too big it will not fit, but if it is too loose it may cause excess current to be needed and may damage the device. An electronics store should be able to set you up with a multi-adapter, multivoltage charger / DC powersupply. Here are some examples of replacement supplies.
Q:can I use a transformer instead of a rectifier?
No. Transformers and rectifiers are completely different things. A transformer converts high voltage AC current to low voltage AC and vice versa. A rectifier converts AC current to DC at the same voltage. In your case, you need 4 new rectifiers to convert 20V AC from the alternator to 20V DC and a voltage regulator to fix the output voltage to around 13.5V DC
Q:what are the new live action transformers movies based on?
The Transformers film was based on the first film, The Transformers: The Movie (1986) which was based on the animated series. Transformers are alien robots of a popular Hasbro toy line and its spin-offs. The Transformers began with the 1970s Japanese toy lines Microman and Diaclone. The former utilized varying humanoid-type figures while the latter presented robots able to transform into everyday vehicles, electronic items or weapons. Hasbro, fresh from the success of the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline, which utilised the Microman technology to great success, bought the Diaclone toys, and partnered with Takara. Jim Shooter and Dennis O'Neil were hired by Hasbro to create the backstory, the latter of whom christened Optimus Prime. Afterwards, Bob Budiansky created most of the Transformers characters, giving names and personalities to many unnamed Diaclone figures. The primary concept of G1 is that the heroic Optimus Prime, the villainous Megatron, and their finest soldiers crash land on pre-historic Earth in the Ark and the Nemesis before awakening in 1984.
Q:How long does it take to restart the transformer?
If the transformer is shut down for a month or on hold, the trial is stopped for more than 6 months before the commissioning? A: The transformer shut down for a month, before the resumption of power transmission should be measured insulation resistance, qualified to be put into operation.Post or outage for more than 6 months of the transformer, should be done before the insulation resistance and insulation oil pressure test Dry and cold areas of irrigation and drainage dedicated transformer, the suspension period may be appropriate to extend, but not more than 8 months
Q:Power Transformer help!?
ok, so if you use the equation Fma you can isolate the force on the circuit by the power transformer. !st) F60*2pi3456 2nd) you plug it into the charge formula and get 32.086C, which is your answer.
Q:What kind of transformer is required to convert a 110 v microscope with a 6v, 10w bulb to a 220 v instrument?
You do not say what country you are in, so cannot give you links to an exact transformer. You are looking for a 220 to 110V step-down transformer. I am assuming you are going to plug the microscope into the transformer, rather than actually replacing the transformer in the microscope? The rating should be at least 10VA, personally I would go for at least 15VA for safety. That is quite a low rating and if you are lucky, you might be able to find a transformer meant for electric shavers really cheaply that should do the job. There is just one thing that concerns me, are you sure the transformer will only be powering the light and nothing else? If so, you will need a transformer that will handle a greater load. Somewhere on the microscope, or the PSU, or even it's box, there should be a rating Label, you can take the power supply rating from that. It is NOT true that VA Watts, but for something needing so little power, it should be near enough to give you the minimum rating. Good luck!
Q:What is a transformer paused?
5. Users who charge the basic electricity charges according to the maximum demand shall apply for the suspension of all the capacity (including high-voltage motors that do not pass the receiving transformers) and comply with the relevant provisions of Clauses 1 to 4 of this Regulation.
Q:Can anyone help me figure out this transformer?
First of all, never assume anything! There are some standard colour codes for transformer wiring, but not all transformers conform to the standards. In practice, a manufacturer can use any colour wire for any purpose, leaving you and me and a lot of other people wondering for all time, which wire is which? The measured DC resistance does not tell you anything about the AC voltage rating of any winding. With most power transformers, if there are two solid-black wires, they are the primary. If it is tapped, or there are two primaries (such as in dual-voltage units), there will be three or more primary wires (and possibly as many as 8!). I think the side with 115V on it is probably -- mind you, this is not for certain -- nothing more than the side on which that number happened to be stamped. So of course you want to know what to do next. Considering the number of wires and the ways in which they are connected, it would seem that an experimental method will be required. The 2006 ARRL Amateur Radio Handbook (and possibly other editions) tells how to figure out what's what with transformers. I strongly recommend using the procedures described therein.

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