If you’ve gone through the multiple blogs that we’ve written about how transformers help transfer electrical power between two or more circuits effectively, you already know that transformers are highly effective in saving your projects from getting hampered, and helping production to take place without disturbance; thus becoming an integral part of our everyday lives. A control transformer is mainly created for purposes that demand electromagnetic and solenoid devices. Such transformers have an in-built capacitor that helps reduce variation in output and lets your machine do its work without any difficulties. But, this is possible when you have a good quality transformer that best fits your requirements.
We cannot neglect the importance of transformers, as we’ve become so dependent on every kind of electrical and electronic application, each of which requires a transformer to bring in safe amount of power for effective and safe performance. But, it is absolutely important that the transformers are efficient in their functioning so that any kinds of problems can be avoided. One important factor in transformer efficiency is “transfer loss”. Here’s all you need to know about transformer efficiency and transformer losses, so that you can get hold of the right kind of transformer.
With the immense competition we see in the market today, manufacturers are aiming to make products affordable for their clients, even if that means compromising on the quality. Well, we don’t say that every manufacturer is the same, but if you take a look at the larger picture, you’ll see many compromises on quality, only to make it reasonably priced, and thus attractive, for the clients. But, just like not every manufacturer is the same, not every client is the same too. Not every client is fooled just by the price; they evaluate the quality too.
Electricity plays a major role in our daily lives. As we’re so dependent on the lights, fans, air conditions, geysers, water purifiers, refrigerators, and more, we can’t even imagine life without electricity, can we!? Every electrical and electronic appliance that we use requires electricity to either run, or to be charged. So, where does transformer come in at play in the entire system?
An effective and efficient supply chain is important to help a business succeed. For instance, an EMS provider’s business will also depend upon the way and speed at which electronic components can be procured. And, this is why, it is important to choose the right EMS provider, probably one like Miracle Electronics, who offers nothing but only the best Electronics Manufacturing Services in India. Let’s help you know how partnering with a good EMS provider can facilitate all the required supply chain needs effectively.
While we have already earlier mentioned in one of our previous blogs about the possible risks associated with transformers, including failures in the components, overheating, oxidation, transformer ageing, or fault in the power line, today in this blog, we have arranged for you a list of three other threats that a transformer might encounter!
PCBs are the heart and brain of electronic devices today, whether the devices belong to the entertainment industry, automotive industry, medical industry, or any other trade. This is why it is advisable to approach only expert professionals offering the best Electronics ManufacturingServices in India to help you get the most suitable PCBs for your industry and application.
There is a rising urge of electronics usage in the market today, which has been driven by a steady stream of design innovation. Industrial and consumer markets expect new product iteration to provide enhanced performance and increased functionality, packed into a smaller size. To be able to satisfy all these capabilities, it is important that components are chosen very carefully so that they can provide optimal performance and value to end-users. It is important to understand how each component used can have an effect on the ultimate performance of the design.
When you consider choosing an electronics manufacturing service provider to work with, you’ll check for every possible aspect like experience, expertise, time to market, costs, relationships with suppliers, reviews, etc. But, what about policies and accreditations? Have you considered checking upon these aspects? If not, you must! Certifications can give you the perfect insight into the standards that the service provider adheres to, and whether you can completely rely on them for standard quality products and processes, or not.
Switched Mode Power Supplies (SMPS) are much complex as compared to linear regulated power supplies, but the complexity results in stable regulated DC supply, delivering more efficiency at a lesser weight and cost. There are two main categories of SMPS topologies – isolated converters and non-isolated converters. But, in this blog, we’ll take a closer look at only non-isolated converter topologies, focusing on three main types of converters – buck, boost, and buck-boost.