Buck Boost Transformer

Buck–Boost Transformer: The 4th Generation Solution for Efficient Servo Voltage Stabilizer

Introducing PEQVI® Buck–Boost Transformer (BBT) designed exclusively for the 4th Generation servo stabilizer . Our BBTs are crafted with precision using mitred CRGO notching core laminations and copper windings, ensuring maximum efficiency and performance for your stabilizer.

Made in India with a focus on quality standards, PEQVI® BBTs guarantee reliability and efficiency, making them the perfect choice to enhance your servo voltage stabilizer's performance.

Note: Available as per customer’s requirements.

Our buck/boost transformer have compact design with excellent performance and below outstanding features:

  • 4th Generation ML Type
  • Indigenous design, entirely manufactured in INDIA
  • Mitred CRGO Notching Core Laminations: Enhances efficiency by minimizing energy losses
  • Copper Windings: Ensures superior conductivity and durability for long-term performance
  • Fixed Buck/Boost: Ideal for stabilizers with specific voltage adjustment requirements
  • Series Transformer Design: Provides precise voltage control for optimal stabilizer operation
  • Lower loss and greater efficiency
  • Customized Compact Designs
  • Cost effective prices
  • Ensures low losses, magnetizing current and low noise level

These buck boost transformers are suitable for below industries:

  • Manufacturers of 4th Generation servo voltage stabilizer

Mitered lamination refers to a method used in transformer core construction where the laminations, typically made of grain-oriented silicon steel (CRGO), are cut at angles (usually 45 degrees) rather than straight edges. This design technique has several advantages:

  • Reduced Core Losses: The angled cuts help in reducing the magnetic path length and improve the magnetic flux distribution, which minimizes core losses and enhances efficiency.
  • Improved Performance: By reducing gaps and ensuring a tighter fit, mitered laminations improve the overall magnetic performance of the transformer.
  • Lower Noise Levels: The precise fit of mitered laminations helps in reducing vibrations and noise generated during the operation of the transformer.
  • Enhanced Durability: This design reduces the chances of eddy current formation and localized heating, leading to a longer lifespan and better reliability of the transformer.

Overall, mitered lamination is a crucial design feature that contributes to the high efficiency and performance of modern transformers, including those used in 4th generation servo voltage stabilizers.

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