Affordable 4 kVA dry type isolation transformer adopts high quality material and advanced technology, is designed to step up/down the AC single phase voltage between 380 volt and 220 volt that with frequency 50Hz/60Hz.
4 kVA Isolation Transformer Specifications
||380V AC (optional: 110V/ 120V/ 208V/ 220V/ 230V/ 240V/ 400V/ 415V/ 480V)
||220V AC (optional: 24V/ 36V/ 48V/ 110V/ 120V/ 208V/ 230V/ 240V/ 380V/ 400V/ 415V/ 480V)
||50Hz / 60Hz
||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
||250*250*280 mm (open type);
350*350*380 mm (protected type)
||About 43 Kg (open type);
About 60 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
4 kVA Isolation Transformer Dimension
Tips: Faults of Transformer
Internal faults of a transformer include interphase short circuit, turn-to-turn short circuit of the winding and grounded short circuit of earth neutral system and winding grounding system. These faults are quite serious, because the high temperature arc generated by short-circuit current will not only burn the iron core of winding insulation box, but also makes the insulating material and transformer oil to decompose, thus producing a large amount of gas, which might lead to local deformation and break of transformer oil tank, or even explosion hazard. Therefore, when an internal fault occurs in the transformer, the transformer shall be removed quickly.
External faults of a transformer mainly include the interphase short circuit and grounded short circuit occurring on the bushing shell and outgoing line of the transformer. In case of such a fault, the transformer should also be rapidly removed, so as to minimize the impact of short circuit current on the transformer.