Talema Toroidal Transformer Series Guide

Talema designs and manufactures an extensive range of 50/60 Hz toroidal transformers. In this article, we will discuss each of the main series in the Talema catalog to help you make the best selection for your application.Continue reading


12 Steps for Designing Toroidal Transformers

Following these 12 steps when designing toroidal transformers will ensure a long component life and optimal performance.Continue reading


What Makes a Good Toroidal Transformer?

The overall quality of a toroidal transformer is determined by many design choices. In this article, we discuss material selection and construction techniques to produce the best toroidal components.Continue reading


Introduction to Toroidal Transformers

Toroidal transformers provide increased design flexibility, efficiency, and compactness when compared to traditional shell and core type transformers. Learn more about how engineers take advantage of these characteristics.Continue reading

Introduction to Transformers and Standard E-I Construction

Our modern world of efficient power distribution across cities and continents would not be possible without electrical transformers. In this article, we cover the basics of their function and construction.Continue reading


Segmented Core Cap Technology for Medical Transformers

A novel "segmented core cap" design for medical-grade isolation transformers supports primary and secondary windings in alternate sectors to reduce leakage current.Continue reading


Medical Grade Isolation Transformer Design

Medical grade isolation transformers are designed to isolate the patient and the operator from an electric shock and to protect the equipment from power surges or faulty components.Continue reading


Using Transformers for Electrical Isolation in Medical Devices

Toroidal transformers are ideal for electrical isolation in medical equipment because they are compact, can be completely encapsulated when necessary, and have low stray fields, making them less likely to cause electromagnetic disturbances.Continue reading


Leakage Current in Medical Devices

Medical electrical equipment, even though operating perfectly, may still be hazardous to the patient. This is because every piece of electrical equipment produces a leakage current. Learn how proper design ensures patient safety.Continue reading


Medical Electrical Equipment Safety and Regulation

Medical equipment can expose patients and caregivers to potential electrical hazards. Several international standards exist to ensure adequate protection is incorporated into equipment designs.Continue reading

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