Classification of Pulse Transformer

Classification of Pulse Transformer

A pulse transformer is a special type of transformer that transmits electrical energy from one circuit to another through the principle of transient electromagnetic induction. The basic principle is to use the transient electromagnetic induction phenomenon to transmit electrical energy through the instantaneous change of magnetic field. The pulse transformer is usually composed of one or more windings, and the transmission of electrical energy is realized through the magnetic coupling between the windings.

1. Single-phase pulse transformer: single-phase pulse transformer is one of the common pulse transformer models. It consists of a primary winding and a secondary winding, and is mainly used for power transmission and voltage conversion in single-phase power systems.

2. Three-phase pulse transformer: three-phase pulse transformer is used for three-phase power system pulse transformer. It is composed of three main windings and three secondary windings, which can realize the transmission of three-phase electric energy and the transformation of voltage.

3. High frequency pulse transformer: High frequency pulse transformer is a special pulse transformer, which can transmit electrical energy in the high frequency range. Because of its special design and material selection, high-frequency pulse transformers are widely used in electronic equipment and communication systems.

4. Ultra-high frequency pulse transformer: ultra-high frequency pulse transformer is a kind of pulse transformer that can transmit electric energy in the ultra-high frequency range. It is commonly used in radar systems, wireless communications, and high-frequency electronic devices.