Downloads for PC Mount World Series™ Power Transformers (VPP12-4400)

P OWER TRANSFORMER
P C MOUNT: WORLD SERIES
VPP12–4400
Electrical Specifications (@25C)
1. Maximum Power: 56.0VA
2. Input: Series: 230VAC, 50/60Hz; Parallel: 115VAC, 50/60Hz
3. Output: Series: 12.6V CT@ 4.4A; Parallel: 6.3V @ 8.8A
4. Voltage Regulation: 25% TYP @ full load to no load
5. Temperature Rise: 30C TYP (45C MAX allowed)
6. Insulation Resistance: 100MΩ
7. Hipot: 4000VAC between primary to secondary and windings to core.
Construction:
Dual bobbin construction with an insulated shroud, both made of a high temperature material that exceeds
UL flammability requirements.
Safety:
Since the dual bobbin construction effectively reduces capacitance, electrostatic shielding is not required.
World Series Transformers are designed and manufactured to meet the following agency approvals:
Agency File:
UL: File E53148, UL 5085-1 and 2 (formerly UL 506), General Purpose.
CSA: File LR 221330. C22.2 NO. 66, General Purpose.
TUV: File R72103639, EN 60950, (IEC950) information Technology Equipment.
A. Dimensions:
Units: In inches
H
W
D
A
B
C
ML
MD
MW
1.812
3.0
2.50
0.600
0.300
1.900
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2.0
2.5
B. PIN DIM. : 0.045 SQ
C. WT Lbs. : 1.70
D. Mounting Holes: 0.180 dia. x 4
Connections1:
Input: Series – Pin 1 to Pin 6, Jumper Pin 4 to Pin 3
Parallel – Pin 1 to Pin 6, Jumper Pin 1 to Pin 4 and Pin 3 to Pin 6
Output: Series – Pin 7 to Pin 12, Jumper Pin 9 to Pin 10
Parallel – Pin 7 to Pin 12, Jumper Pin 7 to Pin 10 and Pin 9 to Pin 12
RoHS Compliance: As of manufacturing date February 2005, all standard products meet the
requirements of 2011/65/EU, known as the RoHS initiative.
* Upon printing, this document is considered “uncontrolled”. Please contact Triad Magnetics’ website for
the most current version.
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Primary and secondary windings are designed to be connected in series or parallel. Winding are not
intended to be used independently.
Web: www.TriadMagnetics.com
Phone 951-277-0757
Fax 951-277-2757
460 Harley Knox Blvd.
Perris, California 92571
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Publish Date: December 4, 2013
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