Hot sale 10 kVA isolation transformer in low cost, 50Hz or 60 Hz rated, convert AC single phase 240 volt primary voltage to 240 volt secondary voltage, is usually used as power source for the machine control or lighting and signal purpose.
10 kVA Isolation Transformer Specifications
||240V AC (optional: 110V/ 120V/ 208V/ 220V/ 230V/ 380V/ 400V/ 415V/ 480V)
||240V AC (optional: 24V/ 36V/ 48V/ 110V/ 120V/ 208V/ 220V/ 230V/ 380V/ 400V/ 415V/ 480V)
||50Hz / 60Hz
||Aluminium/Copper wire (Optional)
||2000V AC/1 min
||≤35dB (1 meter)
||Grade B (130℃), Grade F (155℃), Grade H (180℃)
||Natural or air cooling
||Allow more than 1.2 times rated load to work for up to 1 hour
||≤90%RH, without condensation
||<2000m, non corrosive gas and conductive dust
||290*260*305mm (open type);
440*410*455 mm (protected type)
||About 68 Kg (open type);
About 83 Kg (protected type)
Transformer can only convert voltage and CANNOT convert frequency.
Transformer CANNOT convert single phase voltage to 3 phase voltage.
Support voltage customization, various specifications customization.
Single Phase Isolation Transformer Schematic Diagram
10 kVA Isolation Transformer Dimension
Tips: The CNC machine needs to use isolation transformer for filtering, isolation, shielding and protection.
The CNC machine is generally used in a poor electrical network environment. Particularly, once a large-scale electric power equipment in the nearby public AC power grid starts or stops, noise and harmonic wave interference will be produced, which may enter the system through the input power of the CNC machine. Therefore, an 1:1 isolation transformer, which has the functions of filtering, isolation, shielding and protection, shall be used to block the noise from the outside of the system.
A shielding layer is added between the primary winding and the secondary winding of the transformer, and the transformer and iron core are grounded to prevent the interference signals from entering the DC power supply system through primary circuits. It can effectively restrict the transient strong pulse interference from the power grid, and makes it difficult for DC or low frequency interference signals to form the induced noise through conduction.