Our team is thrilled to be attending The Transformer Association (TTA) Annual Meeting on November 28 – 30, 2018 in Savannah, GA. The annual gathering is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to meet with our vendors and suppliers while gaining valuable insights from other magnetic manufacturing businesses in the electrical components and power supply manufacturing industries. We will be joined at the meeting by more than 50 other companies and representatives from the electrical engineering and materials supply sectors.
Original Equipment Manufacturers: Custom Magnetic Parts or Off-the-Shelf Solutions? Let’s Do the Numbers.
Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM’s) help keep our technological world running smoothly. Whether you sell telecommunications components, medical devices, aviation parts, or lighting systems – sourcing precision magnetic solutions and establishing clear communication with your vendor is vital to any OEM’s successful business operations.
Advances in manufacturing capabilities offshore have made it possible to easily purchase off-the-shelf transformers and other magnetic components at reduced costs. And while off-the-shelf solutions may appear to save time and money on the front-end, they can bite you on the back-end if they're even slightly off the mark. Compatibility glitches due to undocumented parameters, production and shipping delays, and customer dissatisfaction can quickly turn a bargain into a bonfire.
Electronetics, LLC will be attending The Transformer Association (TTA) 2018 Spring Meeting, April 24 – 26
Our team is looking forward to attending The Transformer Association (TTA) 2018 Spring Meeting, April 24 – 26 in Fort Worth, TX. The annual gathering is an ideal occasion to share best practices, meet with vendors and partners, and to have conversations with other businesses in our industry. We will be joined at the event by dozens of other companies from the transformer manufacturing and materials supply sectors.
TTA 2018 Spring Meeting features a variety of technical and engineering forums. Of special interest to us this year is the Electrical Transformer Material Updates series which includes useful forecasts for production materials, many of which we use to manufacture custom transformers, such as: varnishes & coatings, ferrite, powder core, flexible insulations, Nickel, Aluminum, Copper, and molded plastics. The materials updates provide insight into future pricing and availability, and development of new products.
Electronetics, LLC Showcases Custom Magnetic Solutions at APEC 2018 (Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition)
Our team had a productive week attending APEC 2018 – The Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition – on March 4-8 in San Antonio, TX. As first-time exhibitors, we were immediately engaged by the variety of activities and professional training sessions made available to attendees.
On the exposition floor, we had a wonderful time meeting with customers, strengthening partnerships, showing off our capabilities, and checking out the competition. Our booth, which was strategically located next to the food and beverage area, was fully decked out with new signage, a variety of sample parts, fun giveaways, and, of course, free candy bars.
Electronetics, LLC is Exhibiting at APEC 2018 (The Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition), March 4-8, 2018
Electronetics, LLC will be exhibiting at APEC 2018 (The Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition), March 4-8 2018 in San Antonio, TX. We are in booth 1729.
Founded to meet the need for customized, application-specific solutions, Electronetics, LLC has been serving our customers since 1983. Through consistent quality and innovation, we have earned a reputation as the go-to specialists in custom magnetic component design for a broad range of industries, including aerospace, medical, defense, audio and telecommunications. Our custom electric transformers have a wide variety of line frequency for 50 Hz, 60 Hz and 400 Hz applications.
Electronetics offers a wide variety of line frequency power transformers for 50 Hz, 60 Hz and 400 Hz applications for the avionics, aerospace and medical industries, to name a few. Electronics also offered sensing transformers (current or voltage) that deliver extremely accurate output while maintaining high isolation, small size and low cost. Our capabilities include
Everett, WA - Electronetics, LLC, a division of Northwest Center, is proud to announce the launch of a newly designed website. The revamped website offers quick and easy access to product information and will allow customers to easily submit a RFQ or RFI directly to designers and engineers.
Electronetics has extensive experience designing and building CVT transformers for a variety of applications and regulation profiles as tight as ±3% over wide line and load variations.
These highly specialized transformers are designed to enhance and control characteristics that are normally minimized. CVTs require highly controlled leakage inductance (the inductance that prevents any primary voltage from transferring to the secondary) to isolate the secondary from the primary. The leakage inductance is electrically connected to a capacitor that forms a resonant tank circuit causing the secondary portion of the magnetic core to saturate. Saturation, something to be avoided in other transformer designs, is exploited to force a maximum limit on the secondary voltage.
Electronetics deploys this relatively new construction technique to design custom planar transformers and inductors with extremely low profiles. These components are ideal for applications with space or height restrictions, such as mobile electronics.
We build stand-alone magnetics and can also consult on designs to seamlessly integrate the core and coils into your printed circuit board. Pros and cons of planar magnetics are as follows:
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