Default Factory Specs

General Default Specs

Plitron standard toroidal transformers are built to these default factory specifications.

INPUTS – Three input configurations are offered. The standard input is dual 115 VAC windings (Type 7), parallel connected for 115 VAC, or series for 230 VAC at 50 / 60 Hz. Optional input type A is a single 117 VAC winding at 60 Hz. Type 5 is an optional 6 wire input, dual 0-100-120 VAC windings, series or parallel connected for 100, 120, 220 or 240 VAC at 50 / 60 Hz. See schematics for more details.
INSULATION – Primary to secondary: Polyester tape, class B (130°C). 50 Hz transformers, four layers minimum. Meets the test requirement of >4 kV for one minute. 60 Hz transformers, three layers minimum, >2.5 kV for one minute. Interwinding secondary (where required) and outer insulation: Polyester tape, two layers minimum.
TEMPERATURE RISE – Maximum 50°C. At maximum rated load, continuous.
OUTPUTS – See ratings table for output voltage and current ratings. Dual secondaries are bilfilar wound where possible for optimum coupling, and theoretically perfect balancing. Output Tolerance – Better than 3% at full load.
LOAD REGULATION – See ratings table. Figures given are for 60 Hz operation, for 50 Hz operation figures increase slightly.
MOUNTING – All units in this series are supplied with a potted center and an integral neoprene washer base. The potting compound is UL-HB approved, or better.Alternate mounting: supplied with steel cup disk, 2 neoprene washers, a bolt, nut and flat washer. See mechanical table for details.
LEADS – Standard: Stranded tinned copper wire (CSA TEW, UL-1015, 105°C). Stripped 6 mm. Finished length: 350 mm. Optional: Magnet wire self lead, PVC sleeved .031” wall. Stripped 6mm. Finished length: 200 mm.
THERMAL PROTECTION – Optional: Normally closed thermal switch in series with primary, auto resetting , or a one shot thermal fuse. In series with primary for 60 Hz transformers. Separate lead outs for 50 Hz units, insulated stranded wire(yellow). Both open at 120°C core temperature. UL, CSA listed components.
ELECTROSTATIC SCREEN – Optional: To reduce capacitive coupling, and/or create a physical barrier, between primary and secondary. Copper foil laminated between polyester tape. Wound over primary. Terminated at one end by insulated stranded wire (green/yellow).
MAGNETIC SHIELDING – OPTIONAL: – To attenuate stray magnetic fields. Multiple layers of grain oriented silicon steel laminated between insulation. Wrapped around circumference of transformer. Increases OD by approx. 1mm.

Mechanical Diagram and Dimensions

Plitron standard transformers are built to these sizes and tolerances.

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Power Weight Nominal Dimensions (mm)
VA kg A B C D E F G H
15 0.35 63 33 5 6 350 26 16 4
30 0.45 70 33 5 6 350 26 16 4
50 0.90 80 38 5 6 350 26 16 4
80 1.00 97 35 5 6 350 26 16 4
120 1.18 95 43 6.35 10 350 26 16 4
160 1.82 110 45 6.35 10 350 35 19 5
225 2.18 110 50 6.35 10 350 35 19 5
300 2.90 110 57 6.35 10 350 35 19 5
400 4.00 125 66 10 10 350 44 22 8
500 4.50 135 63 10 19 350 44 22 8
625 5.00 145 78 10 19 350 44 22 8
750 5.50 150 80 10 19 350 44 22 8
1000 6.32 160 80 12.7 19 350 44 22 8
1500 11.68 200 75 12.7 25 350 44 22 12

Part Number Selection

The selection chart is an aid to building a PLITRON part number. Part number listings by power level are available in the Ratings Table. The example, shown below, part number 087026201, describes a 500VA toroidal transformer with a dual input (115/230 VAC), 2 x 40 VAC outputs (at 6.25 A each), a potted and drilled center, and stranded leads. * Options. Subject to minimum order.

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All standard line products are UL recognized and CSA approved, and carry respective labels.
UL file number E110277 for class A (105°C) insulation systems.
CSA file number LR-84566 to C22.2 #66-1988 – Specialty Transformers Standard. In addition, 50 Hz transformers are constructed to the commercial requirements of European approval agencies, such as VDE and carry the CE mark.
Primary leadouts are double insulated.
Transformers are intended for use in end-product equipment where the suitability of the combination is to be determined by the appropriate approval authority.