Our engineering team frequently receives questions about whether we use Litz wire in our designs. We decided to focus this blog on educating our clients on this subject and explain why Litz wire is so ideal for certain applications and industries. Using Litz wire is associated with a number of benefits, including:
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Transformers are electrical devices with the capacity to change the voltage level of an alternating current (AC) in a circuit. They function only with AC circuits, not with direct current (DC) circuits. The basic components of a transformer are two separate coils of wire wound around a single core. The coil connected to the incoming or voltage source is the primary coil, the coil connected to outgoing or voltage output is the secondary coil, and the core is an electromagnetic device that impedes (limits) or amplifies (increases) voltage flow according to output requirements.
A more in-depth investigation into how transformers work, their various types, and their common applications helps provide a greater understanding of the critical function they serve in providing usable power to operate computers, appliances, lighting fixtures, and a wide range of other electrical and electronic devices.
Complex electronics sometimes create stray electromagnetic fields, which can interfere with the performance of other electronics. This problem is especially prevalent in confined spaces like hospital rooms and surgery floors, and interference can be even more dangerous when it applies to delicate tools such as health monitoring equipment.
The medical industry’s multifaceted, complex, and ever-changing regulatory landscape means that designing medical equipment requires the utmost care and efficiency. This especially applies to electrical applications since faulty components could negatively affect both patients and operating personnel. We at Triad Magnetics know the importance of getting medical equipment right, and we ensure that all our products meet and exceed the strictest safety regulations.
How are magnetics involved in this week’s football game?
This Sunday, as Los Angeles prepares to take on New England on football’s greatest stage, millions of people from across the globe will tune in to watch the action. But without the help of wound magnetic components, the Big Game would not even be possible!
Triad Magnetics is pleased to announce that Jim Tracy has marked sixty years with the power supply and magnetics company. Jim, or JT as he is known to colleagues, joined Triad on January 19, 1959, when the emerging transformer company was primarily a military contractor based in Venice, CA. In his six decades with Triad, JT has been a vital part of the company’s sales growth and has seen incredible technological change and innovation.
Triad Magnetics is proud to announce that we will be exhibiting at the NAMM Show at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California from January 24 – 27.
Update: As of May 10, 2019, tariffs on Chinese goods have increased to 25%. Triad Magnetics, with our diverse mix of facilities across the United States, the Philippines, and China, continues to ensure that our products will be largely insulated from tariff-related cost increases.
As tariff tensions continue to escalate between the United States and China, many manufacturers are already feeling the financial effects of the 10% tariff increase. When the New Year arrives, those consequences will be even more evident –the tariff surcharge on most electronic components manufactured in China is scheduled to increase to 25%!
The engineers at Triad are always working to offer cutting-edge magnetics solutions that provide clients with the highest, most efficient performance possible. In keeping with this commitment to constant improvement and innovation, the team is pleased to announce the launch of our new line of current sense transformers — the CST25 series.
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