PCB power transformers offers a power output range from 0.35VA to 50VA

15-06-2023 | Agile Electronics | Power

Agile Electronics now supplies PCB-mounted power transformers from BLOCK. These PCB transformers are vacuum moulded, delivering a rugged, reliable and very high-proof voltage device. When developed into a PCB-mounted product for usage as a power transformer, they supply safe electrical isolation between the power input and output sides, providing the function of an isolating or safety transformer.

BLOCK’s wide range of standard PCB transformer solutions provides an ideal power supply for circuit design, from basic transformers to devices offering absolute or limited short-circuit protection. Key standard features include a minimal footprint with high power output, a double input and output voltage for series or parallel connections, and power output from 0.35VA to 50VA.

Four hundred and fifty transformer versions are available from six product ranges, including the VB Series, a short-circuit proof PCB transformer, and versions with dual output voltage, input 230VAC, output 6-24VAC, 0.35-3.2VA. The AVB Series is a short-circuit proof encapsulated PCB transformer offering input 2 x 115VAC, output 2 x 6-2 x 24VAC, and 0.35-3.2VA. The VC Series offer versions with dual output voltage, input 230VAC, output 6-24VAC, and 3.2 -16VA. The VCM Series has versions with dual output voltage, input 230VAC, output 6-24VAC, and 5-50VA. The FL Series Low Profile are encapsulated, input 2 x 115VAC output 2 x 5-2 x 24VAC, 2-52VA. Finally, the PT series is a short circuit proof, encapsulated, input 230VAC, output 6-2 x 24VAC, and 4.5-30VA.

Sarah Eddowes, director of Agile Electronics, says: “The addition of BLOCK PCB power transformers to our portfolio not only adds value to our kitting service but also provides UK customers with a local, reliable sales channel for their own requirements.”

The company services a wide variety of industries, including industrial, transport and communications, and can deliver complete sub-assembly solutions allowing customers to stay focused on their core business aims. It works with its customers to deliver a distribution service addressing problems or single-item vendors. It can also consolidate suppliers to lower inventory, streamline invoicing and order procurement, decrease transactions and bottom-line costs, and improve customers’ end profits.

By Seb Springall