Galvanically isolated transformer 230 VAC | 12 VAC | 63 VA
A galvanically isolated transformer is a device that provides electrical isolation between two or more electrical circuits. Transformers that are galvanically isolated have an extra layer of insulation that guarantees total segregation between the primary and secondary sides. This isolation provides a high level of safety and protection for connected equipment by preventing the transfer of electrical noise or voltage spikes.
This single-phase safety transformer provides safe electrical isolation between the primary (input) voltage of 230 VAC / 47-63 Hz and secondary (output) voltage of 12 VAC. The built-in PTC in the primary winding detects overloads and short circuits and disables the transformer to prevent an overheating. The apparent power capacity of the transformer is 63 VA (volt-ampere).
Transformers with galvanic isolation have multiple applications in diverse industries. Medical equipment, industrial control systems, renewable energy systems, and audio equipment are a few of the major applications.
The enclosure can be installed in an electrical cabinet on a standard DIN rail. The transformer offers IP30 protection against moisture and dust.