There are a multitude of transformer types available in the market to choose from. In this blog today, we will speak about voltage-based transformers that play a significant role in electrical grid networks. They are used in a variety of applications like electrical equipment, electronic equipment, substations, inverters, and rectifier circuits. They are available in a variety of configurations. The two main types of voltage-based transformers are – step-up and step-down transformers. Both these types vary in terms of the number of windings in the coils, and the amount of voltage produced.
The world that we live in today is full of machinery and automation; so we can’t imagine anything in this world being manufacturing without machinery; and lately automated machinery. Almost everything is being automatically manufactured, thus giving immense amount of time for individuals that can be invested elsewhere. But, the same is not in the case always with a cable assembly.
With cable assemblies combining groups of similar electric cables together; and innumerous cable assemblies further combined together to form complex circuits in complex applications, it becomes very difficult to identify individual cables and assemblies, both. To make it easier thus, cables and assemblies are labeled for easy identification. When they are labeled, they can be easily identified, which makes the process of not only installation, but also maintenance, repairing, and replacement very easy and quick.
Any electronics, when they operate, are obvious to deliver a certain amount of heat in the process. And, any electronic appliance would only function when there is a PCB installed in the system. This makes it obvious that every PCB assembly from India is designed to withstand and perform well in heated environments. However, there are certain applications where the temperature dissipated or used is extremely high. When designing for these applications, carefully designing a special high temperature circuit board is important.