Author Topic: How to reduce leakage current by design for medical grade toroidal transformer  (Read 1996 times)

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Offline yoganand

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Hi all,

I need to design low leakage current for medical grade transformer. If anybody in the loop pls help me.
Transformer specification : Primary 120V/60Hz, Secondary 120V/1000VA....leakage current < 50µA...Advance thanks for your help.
 

Online tom66

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Low leakage here presumably means SAFETY FIRST.
So why are you asking on a public forum where any idiot, such as myself, can give you a silly answer?
 

Offline peter.mitchell

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Low leakage here presumably means SAFETY FIRST.
So why are you asking on a public forum where any idiot, such as myself, can give you a silly answer?

In the wrong section, with only one post?

Because the primary and secondary are the same voltage I assume it's an isolation transformer..

*googles 1000va isolation transformer*

First result:
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SXKK3535 - ISOLATING TRANSFORMERS - RPG
[url=http://www.radioparts.com.au/ProdView.aspx?...1000VA+ISOLATI]www.radioparts.com.au/ProdView.aspx?...1000VA+ISOLATI[/url]...
1000VA ISOLATION TRANSFORMER, MEDICALLY APPROVED, SINGLE ...
Specifically designed toroidal transformers to meet themedical requirements of IEC ...

wut.
 


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