Control Transformer in india

Electric Control Transformer

In the Indian city of Ahmedabad, we are an established manufacturer, supplier, and exporter of electric control transformers. An electric control transformer is a type of transformer used to give low voltage electrical power to control circuits in industrial machinery and equipment. Control transformers typically have 480-volt primary voltages or less and come in a variety of power ratings ranging from a few VA (volt-amperes) to several kVA (kilovolt-amperes). The primary function of a control transformer is to reduce the incoming line voltage to a level acceptable for operating control components such as relays, timers, and solenoids. This lower voltage level decreases the possibility of electrical shock and damage to control components. Control transformers are typically used in industrial settings where machinery and equipment require precise control and regulation. They are commonly found in HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems, motor control centers, and other types of industrial control systems. Control transformers also serve to isolate the incoming power source from the control circuit. This isolation protects the control circuit from electrical noise and other types of interference that can impair equipment functioning.

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Electric Control Transformer Manufacturer and Supplier

Looking for a reliable manufacturer and supplier of electric control transformers?

Look no further than Meem Transformer, a leading manufacturer of high-quality transformers for industrial applications. we specialize in the design and manufacture of electric control transformers that are built to meet the unique needs and requirements of our customers. Our transformers are engineered for reliability, durability, and performance, ensuring that they can withstand even the most demanding industrial environments. We provide a diverse selection of electric control transformers, including single-phase and three-phase versions with power ratings ranging from a few VA to several kVA. Our transformers are available in a wide range of voltages and frequencies, allowing them to be used in a variety of applications. Our electric control transformers are manufactured to meet or exceed industry safety and performance standards. They are constructed with high-quality materials and components, ensuring long-term performance reliability. Before they are send to our clients, our transformers are additionally extensively tested to verify that they meet our stringent quality standards.

Technical Specification of Electric Control Transformer

An electric control transformer is a type of transformer that converts high voltage, low current power into low voltage, high current power that can be utilized in control circuits. Here are some technological specifications to consider:

  1. Primary Voltage: The primary voltage is the voltage provided to the transformer. Electric control transformers' principal voltages are usually 240V or 480V, while other voltages may be provided.
  2. Secondary Voltage: The voltage produced by the transformer is referred to as the secondary voltage. Secondary voltages for electric control transformers are commonly 120V or 24V, while additional voltages may be offered.
  3. Power Rating: An electric control transformer's power rating is the highest amount of power that it can handle. This is generally expressed in volt-amperes (VA) or watts. Power ratings for electric control transformers can range from a few VA to a few thousands VA.
  4. Frequency: The frequency of the power supply is also an important specification. Most electric control transformers are designed to operate at a frequency of 50 or 60 Hz.
  5. Efficiency: The efficiency of an electric control transformer is the percentage ratio of output power to input power. The more effective the transformer, the less power is lost.
  6. Mounting: Electric control transformers can be mounted in a variety of ways, including on a panel, on a DIN rail, or on a separate bracket.
  7. Enclosure: The enclosure of an electric control transformer can be important for protecting it from environmental factors like dust, moisture, and temperature extremes. Enclosures can range from open-frame to fully enclosed.
  8. Standards: Depending on its intended usage, electric control transformers may be required to meet a variety of industry standards.
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