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High Voltage Transformers Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of high voltage transformer manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top high voltage transformer manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any high voltage transformer company can design, engineer, and manufacture high voltage transformers to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach high voltage transformer companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of high voltage tools, high voltage power lines, and electromotive transformers.

  • Antigo, WI

    In addition to all our other product offerings, we also offer high voltage transformers to our customers. Messing around with electricity can be dangerous, which is why we have a qualified staff that will adhere to the latest guidelines and rules about transformers. Safety and customer service are our top priorities for every customer. Contact us today to find out more!

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  • Perris, CA

    We are masters of innovation and work hard to provide flexible, adaptable products for you. We are an adaptable company whose focus is on you, the customer! We know how hard you work, and we are determined to make all our high voltage transformers and other transformer products meet your expectations each day. Contact us today to learn more!

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  • Willits, CA

    With decades of experience serving OEMs, MCI supplies some of the best electric transformers on the market. We specialize in custom transformer solutions. These transformers are produced to your specifications for your high voltage or high current applications, and we will even provide you with design and development assistance. You can count on us for exceptional support through every step of the production process!

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  • McHenry, IL

    Manufacturing high voltage transformers is not easy, but we live up to the challenge. We have 40 years of industry experience manufacturing transformers of all kinds, and we know just the right mixture of products and technical expertise to ensure our products meet the highest quality standards. Find out more about what we can do for you online today!

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  • Pelham, NY

    At Pico Electronics, we are a big name in small components. Our excellent customer service and support is a wonderful accompaniment to our quality electric transformers. We also have capabilities to provide custom transformers, power transformers, current transformers, isolation transformers, toroidal transformers and high voltage transformers. For more information, contact us today and tell us how we can fulfill your requirements.

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  • Oshkosh, WI

    Since 1946, SNC Manufacturing Co. has been proud of our ability to provide custom transformers, coils and high frequency magnetics in virtually any size, configuration and quantity. With manufacturing facilities in Wisconsin, Mexico and China, SNC is equipped to handle production requirements for a wide range of OEMs. For the perfect balance of quality construction, dependable performance and cost-efficiency, contact “The Transformer Specialists” at SNC.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Electrical Transformers: It's All in the Name

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Frankenstein and High Voltage Transformers

Despite my constant use of technology, when I hear voltage' I constantly revert back to the stories of Frankenstein. I loved the book, and the many movies that depicted the tragic tale of Frankenstein's monster. A creature given life by having electricity transferred into him by the bolts in his neck; bits of the dead sewed together and transformed into a living near-human being. As I and many others imagine, it was most likely a dose of high voltage that brought the creature to life. Today, we still use high... Read More

Points to Consider When Purchasing a High Voltage Transformer

High voltage transformers are used to convert voltages, usually from a higher phase configuration to a lower phase configuration, so that the voltage used is appropriate to the application. This prevents damage to electronics and minimizes fire hazards. These transformers utilize magnetic induction between coils to complete these conversions and often include features such as power distribution and control, instrumentation, and electrical isolation. Configured as either single-phase primary configuration or three-phase configuration, the size and cost of a high voltage transformer is directly related to these specifications. The maximum secondary... Read More

Electric Transformers Have the Power to Change

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High Voltage Transformers

High voltage transformers are tools used to change the voltage of power lines in high voltage contexts. A volt is the unit of measurement for electromotive force, and the voltage of a power transmission line is the measurement of power transmission capacity in a transmission line.

Different kinds of power transformers are necessary to facilitate the transmission of electricity on different scales. Electricity is generated at electric power plants, and in order for that electricity to become usable by homes and businesses, it must be distributed at appropriate voltages. These voltages vary based on the application of the electricity. When power is first generated at a power plant, it is directed to a high voltage transformer that distributes the electricity to high voltage transmission lines. From those lines the electricity is distributed to other, small transformers, which in turn distribute the electricity to large-scale users of electricity. These users include industrial operations, large institutions like colleges, large office buildings and many other examples. Those same transformers also distribute electricity to the power lines that are visible along city streets. From there the electricity is distributed to many small, low voltage transformers that distribute electricity in appropriate voltages to residences. 

High voltage transformers are built to handle elevated amounts of electrical energy in the range of 600 to 5,000 volts, although custom voltage transformers are available as well. A type of instrument transformer, high voltage transformers are often used for metering and protection in high-voltage circuits and in electrostatic industrial and scientific applications. Because they have the ability to step up primary voltage to a very high voltage, they are often also referred to as power transformers. High voltage transformers are designed to present negligible load to the supply being measured and to have a precise voltage ratio to accurately step down high voltage. This capability is helpful when equipment, such as that for metering or protective relay, needs to operate at a lower potential. Due to the high voltage and frequency that it must handle, a high voltage transformer has a significantly different core geometry, winding techniques, and insulation methods than ordinary transformers. For example, factors such as the volts/turn ratings of the secondary wire, insulating material dissipation and corona level must be carefully considered.
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