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NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 08 Dec 2002 09:22:50 -0600
Subject: Re: tranformer supplier question.
Date: Sun, 8 Dec 2002 10:16:28 -0500
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"chris" wrote in message
> "Dave" wrote in message
> > I'm looking for a particular tranformer for a project but haven't been
> > to find it and was hoping someone could tell me where they normally go
> > looking for tranformers transformers on the internet, when they need
> > The article I was reading said I need a "EF25 ferrite transformer
> > assembly with n27 (siemens) or 3C80 (philips) ungapped cores and
> > mounting bobbin plus clasp and spring (philips 2 x 4312 020 3402 4, 1 x
> > 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
> > article was a little confusing so it may be as much as 80 volts. It
> > definetly be very low current though.
> > thanks
> > david
> Hi, RS components part no 231-8763
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