Inverter Transformers

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Part RoHS Manufacturer Transformer Type Mounting Feature Power Rating Packing Method Dimensions Maximum Operating Temperature Output Voltage-1 Minimum Operating Temperature Height Width Additional Features Minimum Operating Frequency Length Maximum Operating Frequency


Eaton Corporation



14 W


L14.4XB14.35XH8.0 (mm)

70 Cel

1340 V

0 Cel

8 mm

14.35 mm


40 KHz

14.4 mm

80 KHz

Inverter Transformers

Inverter transformers are a type of transformer used in power electronics to convert DC (Direct Current) voltage to AC (Alternating Current) voltage. They are commonly used in applications such as motor drives, solar power systems, and uninterruptible power supplies (UPS).

The basic principle of an inverter transformer is to use a DC input voltage to generate an AC output voltage by means of an inverter circuit. The inverter circuit typically consists of semiconductor devices, such as MOSFETs or IGBTs, that switch the DC input voltage on and off at a high frequency, typically in the range of 10 kHz to several hundred kHz.

The inverter transformer is designed to step up or step down the voltage of the AC output of the inverter circuit to the desired level. It typically consists of a primary winding and one or more secondary windings wound around a magnetic core. The primary winding is connected to the inverter circuit, while the secondary winding is connected to the load.

The inverter transformer is designed to operate at high frequencies, and must be capable of handling high voltages and currents without overheating or breaking down. It is typically made of high-permeability magnetic material, such as ferrite or laminated steel, to reduce losses and improve efficiency.

Inverter transformers are available in various configurations, including step-up, step-down, and isolation transformers. They are also available in single-phase and three-phase versions, depending on the application. Proper selection and design of inverter transformers are critical to ensure optimal performance, efficiency, and reliability of the power electronics system.