Technical Capabilities

Power Rating 500VA up to 1.5MVA
Frequency 50/60Hz
400Hz up to 20kHz
Voltages Up to 250kVrms
Up to 350kVDC or pulse
Isolation Up to 250kVrms
Up to 350kVDC
Dielectrics Air
Oil: mineral and silicone
Gas: sulfur hexaflouride and freon
Epoxy: materials/techniques vary with required properties
Options Enclosures (NEMA 1, 3, 3R, 4, 4X)
Circuit protection
Emergency Off safety switches
Casters
Ring-lug compatibility terminal connections

High Voltage Transformers

A high voltage transformer is a transformer having input our output voltages that are significantly higher than common line voltages. These are designed and tested to a higher dielectric test voltage than the operating voltage it is designed to produce.

High voltage refers not only to high output voltage but to high-voltage isolation and high-voltage rectification as well. High voltage isolation transformers are highly insulated from primary to secondary and secondary to ground. These are used to isolate the high voltage components from the rest of the system. Units in this category can either be single or three-phase and like all of our products, are designed specifically to meet each customer's needs.

Examples

High Voltage, Phase Shifting Transformer High Voltage Transformer
HV Rectifier Transformer HV Rectifier Transformer

High Voltage Transformer

Custom High Voltage Transformer
High voltage, phase shifting rectifier transformer used in a digital modulator.
Power Rating 815kVA
No. of Phases 3
Frequency 50Hz
Input 11kVrms L-L
Output 32 secondaries, phase-shifted, each individually rectified
Features Isolation is 50kVrms secondary to ground
Electrostatic shield
Corona free at 130% of normal operating voltage

HV Rectifier Transformer

High voltage rectifier transformer used in industrial microwave equipment
High voltage rectifier transformer used in industrial microwave equipment.
Power Rating 106kVA
No. of Phases 3
Frequency 60 Hz
Input 480Vrms ±2.5, 5, 7.5% taps
Output 17.6kDC @ 5.5ADC from series connected 12-pulse bridge
Features Isolation on secondary 30kVrms
Secondary to secondary isolation is 15.5kVrms
Designed for low impedance