Specialized Magnetic Components

Transformers and inductors

Ultra Electronics EMS has over 50 years experience in the design and manufacture of electrical energy transformers. Products have been designed and installed for defense, aerospace, industrial, medical and telecoms applications.

  • Wound on nearly any bobbin or core configuration
  • In-house performance testing facilities
  • In-house potting/hermetic sealing facilities
  • Qualified to QPL-27 (MIL-PRF-27)
  • AS9100 rev C / ISO9001 compliant quality system
  • Soldering to J-STD-001 Standard (in-house certified inspection)

Specifications:

Power levels 1mW to 75kW
Frequency range 1Hz to 1MHz
Working voltage range 50V to 10kV
Rated current range .001 mA to 1000A
Inductance range .1 mH to 100H

Features

  • Poly-phase
  • Single-phase
  • Pulse
  • Auto toroidal
  • High voltage
  • High frequency
  • High current
  • High vibration
  • High shock

 

Multi-output 400Hz toroidal power transformer. Used in the wing de-icing system on the V-22 Osprey.
Self-saturating power transformer. Used in the improved fire control system for the U.S. Army multiple launch rocket system.
400Hz multi-output rectifier transformer hermetically sealed in a steel enclosure. Used on the EA-6B Prowler.
3-phase 400Hz power transformer. Used in the power supply for the wing de-icing system on the V-22 Osprey.
440V, 60Hz single phase power transformer. Used aboard many US naval vessels.
500V, high frequency, toroidal power transformer.
3-phase 440V, 5kW power transformer. Used on numerous naval vessels.
50kHz high frequency power transformer . Used in the armament control power supply on the F-16 fighter.
400Hz power transformer. Used in the F-117A Stealth Bomber.
PC mounted 75kHz high frequency transformer. Used on both the F-15 and F-16 fighters.
Multi-use open toroidal power inductor.
3–15 phase 12kW transformer in EMI enclosure designed to meet MIL-STD-1399 3% input current harmonics. Used in systems aboard US Navy submarines.
Self-saturating power transformer. Used in the Improved Fire Control System (IFCS) for the US Army multiple launch rocket system.
500W, 400Hz inverter transformer. Used on board Boeing 747 aircraft.