We see the rise in the number of medical facilities and hospitals today because of the increasing number of diseases and ailments rising every day. Whichever hospital you see, it is filled with patients – the beds, the day care, the ICU, the OT, and every other department. And with these medical facilities, rises the need of various types of medical equipment. Such medical devices require various kinds of cables and wires to work. When it comes to large equipment devices that involve usage of innumerous wires, engineers prefer installing wire harnesses instead of so many different wires that can get entangled, and become difficult to repair or replace in the future, when required.
Home and office appliances seem to be admired by users when they can offer maximum performance while maintaining the lowest possible power consumption. This is possible when switched mode power supplies (SMPS) are used that can convert power using switching devices that are turned on and off at high frequencies, and inductors/capacitors to supply power when the switching device is in a non-conduction state. Thus, you can create an efficient power output with an SMPS transformer. And, when you purchase one from Miracle Electronics, the leading SMPS transformer manufacturer in India, you can ensure its robustness and reliability.
Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) transformers are flexible and used in a variety of industries like aerospace, biomedical, telecommunications, and automation controls. The major applications for these transformers include converters, inverters, switching regulators, low power isolation power supplies, high Q filters, and RFI filters. With so many applications using these transformers, it is important that you test your transformers periodically so as to avoid any faults or breakdowns.
A current transformer is a type of transformer that measures alternating current (AC) by producing an AC in its secondary which proportional to the AC in its primary. When the current to be measured or the system voltage of the circuit is too high, current transformers are used to provide an isolated lower current in its secondary, which is proportional to the current in the primary circuit. The induced secondary current produced is then suitable to measure instruments and process electronic equipment. This is the reason why current transformers are popularly used for metering and protective relays in the electrical power industry.
Today, many companies are adjusting their costs and expenses, and are changing internal policies that help in reducing maintenance tasks and operations in electrical equipment. This obviously brings minimized costs, but only for a short period of time. In fact, this also results in increased risks in the long term because less maintenance means amplified threats. Also, such modifications and reductions result in making such transformers work above their normal load to get the expected performance. And, ultimately this results in making it difficult to obtain maximum profit from their normal work. Therefore, reduction in maintenance operations results in negative impacts like lack of efficiency and premature ageing.
Toroidal transformer inrush current is a spike in current that arises when you initially turn your transformer on. When the transformer is switched on, the initial source of power sends a gush of current to the device that can cause damage to the power supply. If not managed appropriately, such inrush current can cause serious damage like tripping of circuit breakers and blowing off of fuses. This can ultimately result in complete failure of the transformer itself. The inrush current actually affects the transformer core’s magnetic property that causes energy loss. Therefore, it is very essential to reduce the initial inrush current.
Need to install a new transformer or replace an existing one? Just come up to Miracle Electronics, the leading transformer manufacturer in India and you won’t have to worry about installing newer transformers for a long time again! Here are some essentials you need to know about transformers and their installation.