EE13

A typical EE13 hf transformer secondary side winding has several coils in parallel. Each side winding is coupled to the same side winding. Therefore, the number of ampere-turns generated by the current of the side winding is equal to the number of ampere-turns generated by the original side winding (excitation current is ignored). This characteristic is particularly useful for parallel rectifier circuits. Winding current distribution is equal, in parallel rectifier circuit, there is no need to equal resistance or other components.
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A typical EE13 hf transformer secondary side winding has several coils in parallel. Each side winding is coupled to the same side winding. Therefore, the number of ampere-turns generated by the current of the side winding is equal to the number of ampere-turns generated by the original side winding (excitation current is ignored). This characteristic is particularly useful for parallel rectifier circuits. Winding current distribution is equal, in parallel rectifier.



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Usage:High Frequency

Phase:Single

Coil Structure:Toroidal

Coil Number:Autotransformer

Cooling Method:Dry Type

Bobbin:Phenolic

Certification:ISO, Rohs

Winding material:100%copper

Packing:Standard export carton

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The complete set of the ee13 transformer by its bakelite bobbin+ferrite cores+copper wire+tape, the gap realated to its inductance, winding number ralated to the current.



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