TT2076 PDF – Small kVA 3 Phase Isolation Transformer

Part Number: TT2076

Function: 2000VA, Small kVA 3 Phase Isolation Transformer

Package: Module Type

Manufacturer: TEMCo

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TT2076 is Three-Phase, 2000 VA, Small kVA 3 Phase Isolation Transformer. An isolation transformer is a type of transformer used to electrically isolate one circuit from another while allowing the transfer of electrical power between them. It achieves this isolation by physically separating the primary winding (input) from the secondary winding (output) and providing galvanic isolation, meaning there is no direct electrical connection between the two windings.


1. Copper windings

2. 1.5 to 2 week build time

3. Soldily fixed terminals with standard combination slotted Robertson head screw connections facilitate wiring.

4. Built with heat-proof insulation for compact size and long life.

5. Unique bobbin-wound coils for greater efficiency, superior heat evacuation, and compact structure.


Optional Features

1. NEMA 4/4x

2. Encapsulation

3. Other voltages/multiple tap

4. Electrostatic shield

TT2076 datasheet

Other Information :

1. TT2076 Transistor – 800V, NPN, Sanyo

TT2076 PDF Datasheet

BSC25-0108 PDF – Flyback Transformer

Part Number: BSC25-0108

Function: Flyback Transformer

Manufacturer: ETC




BSC25-0108 is Flyback Transformer. A flyback transformer, also known as a line output transformer (LOPT), is a specialized type of transformer used in electronic circuits to generate high voltage and store energy. It is commonly found in various applications, including:

Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) Displays: In older CRT televisions and computer monitors, a flyback transformer is used to generate the high voltage required to accelerate electrons and create the images on the screen.

Switched-Mode Power Supplies (SMPS): In some SMPS designs, particularly those using the flyback topology, the transformer is a critical component that helps isolate and transfer energy between different parts of the circuit.

Voltage Converters: Flyback transformers are used in some voltage converter circuits to step up or step down the voltage levels, depending on the application.

The basic operation of a flyback transformer involves storing energy in its primary winding while a switch (usually a transistor) is on, and then releasing that energy to the secondary winding when the switch turns off. This allows for the generation of high voltages or efficient power conversion.

BSC25-0108 pdf datasheet

BSC25-0108 PDF Datasheet

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