Transformers and Basic Components/Coils

Schmidbauer only selects high quality metal cores complying to DIN regulations. Depending on application requirements special metal alloys or module constructions are used.

By the way – both of our standard series and the special

constructions fulfil national and international regulations.

Automated core welding, vacuum sealing, Testing of every single unit produced.

  • NC controlled welding for cores complying with EI54 to EI195, including simultaneous welding of mounting brackets.
  • Vacuum sealing with synthetic resin system, insulation class F
  • Transformers e.g. in polyamide housings can be completely and automatically sealed with PU resin.
  • PC based testing are used to check every single transformer unit before leaving our production facilities (amperage, voltage, coil and insulation resistance, phase sequence, high-voltage tests).

Schmidbauer UR-Isolationssystem nach UL 1446 OBJY2.E181051

3 Phase Isolating Transformer / Vertical mounting versionDTS 0.1 - 2.0kVA according to IEC/DIN EN61558-2-4

3 phase isolating transformer according to EN61558-2-4. protection class I ready. Due to innovative vacuum impregnation in polyester varnish, the noise level is extraordinary low. Screw terminals are contact proof according to VBG4.

Standard switching matrix: Yyn0 (max. typical star load of phase current: approx. 10%). Switching matrix: Please note the distinction between different voltages (e.g. phase voltage, line voltage). For further information, don´t hesitate to contact us!

read more

3 Phase Isolating Transformer / Vertical mounting versionDTS 2.0 - 5.0kVA according to IEC/DIN EN61558-2-4

3 phase isolating transformer according to EN61558-2-4. protection class I ready. Due to innovative vacuum impregnation in polyester varnish, the noise level is extraordinary low. Screw terminals are contact proof according to VBG4.

Any switching matrix can be realized. Standard switching matrix: Yyn0 (max. typical star load of phase current: approx. 10%). Switching matrix: Please note the distinction between different voltages (e.g. phase voltage, line voltage).

read more

3 Phase Isolating Transformer / Vertical mounting versionDTS 5.0 - 35kVA according to IEC/DIN EN61558-2-4

3 phase isolating transformer according to EN61558-2-4. protection class I ready. Due to innovative vacuum impregnation in polyester varnish, the noise level is extraordinary low. Screw terminals are contact proof according to VBG4.

Standard switching matrix: Yyn0 (max. typical star load of phase current: approx. 10%). Switching matrix: Please note the distinction between different voltages (e.g. phase voltage, line voltage).

read more

3 Phase Isolating Transformer with Module Core; Vertical mounting versionDTM 25 - 630kVA according to IEC/DIN EN61558-2-4

3 phase isolating transformer according to EN61558-2-4. protection class I ready. Due to innovative vacuum impregnation in polyester varnish, the noise level is extraordinary low. Screw terminals are contact proof according to VBG4.

Standard switching matrix: Dyn5 (max. typical star load of phase current: 100%). Switching matrix: Please note the distinction between different voltages (e.g. phase voltage, line voltage). Final operation position must allow natural convection through coolant bores. For further information, don’t hesitate to contact us.

read more

3 Phase Isolating Transformer; Horizontal mounting versionDTL 2.0 - 5.0kVA according to IEC/DIN EN61558-2-4

Typical applications
3 phase isolating transformer according to IEC/EN61558-2-4 for general applications, e.g. for providing electrical (galvanic) isolation according to VDE0700/EN60335 regulations or network supply transformer (e.g. TN network system).
Specifications
3 phase isolating transformer according to EN61558-2-4. protection class I ready. Due to innovative vacuum impregnation in polyester varnish, the noise level is extraordinary low. Screw terminals are contact proof according to VBG4.

Standard switching matrix: Yyn0 (max. typical star load of phase current: approx. 10%). Switching matrix: Please note the distinction between different voltages (e.g. phase voltage, line voltage).Final operation position must allow natural convection through coolant bore. For further information, don´t hesitate …

read more