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NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 07 Dec 2002 16:51:55 -0600
Subject: tranformer supplier question.
Date: Sat, 7 Dec 2002 17:45:31 -0500
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I'm looking for a particular tranformer for a project but haven't been able
to find it and was hoping someone could tell me where they normally go
looking for tranformers transformers on the internet, when they need one.
The article I was reading said I need a "EF25 ferrite transformer
assembly with n27 (siemens) or 3C80 (philips) ungapped cores and horizontal
mounting bobbin plus clasp and spring (philips 2 x 4312 020 3402 4, 1 x 4312
021 2619 1 or equivalent)" The primary winding has 17 turns and the
secondary has 44 turns. the power supply will be 6 volts I think but the
article was a little confusing so it may be as much as 80 volts. It will
definetly be very low current though.
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