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Three Phase Power Transformers

One-to-One, Variable, Step-Up, and Step-Down 3 Phase Transformers for Sale

3 Phase Power Transformers are designed to supply electric power to 3-phase systems. These 3 Phase High Voltage Transformers have 3 circuit conductors and may or may not have a neutral wire. The 3 phase power that is produced by 3 Phase Power Transformers is used by electric power distribution grids and to power large motors and other large loads.

Phoenix Phase Converters offers a large selection of 3 phase transformers, variable transformers, step-up transformers, and step-down transformers to meet the unique requirements of your project. Please feel free to reach out to one of our specialists to with questions or concerns about our selection of 3 phase power transformers.

Like other types of power transformers, three phase transformers are used to increase or decrease the voltage from one side of the transformer to the other. The turn ratio or number of windings on the primary and secondary sides of the device determines the change in voltage. One-to-one three phase power transformers have a turn ratio of 1:1 or near 1:1. Variable transformers are three phase devices with a setting for changing the turn ratio as needed. Step-up transformers produce a secondary voltage that is larger than the primary voltage. Step-down transformers have a secondary voltage that is smaller than the primary voltage.

Three Phase Transformers

Purchase a 3 phase power transformer with confidence. We guarantee you will not find a better priced high voltage transformer on the market. If you do, we will beat that price by 10%. *Phase transformer must be new, same size, have the same features, and quality. If you have questions about 3 phase power transformers, give us a call by phone at (866) 418-9060.

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Variable Transformers

Variable Transformers are utilized in commercial applications that require varying amounts of voltage. This type of system is able to produce different levels of power from a single input. Unlike standard transformers, variable transformers only feature a single coil, which is the voltage and load are not separated. Since these types of transformers only include a single coil, they are not useful for certain types of projects.

Step-Up Transformers

A step-up transformer is a type of system that produces a high output voltage from a low-input voltage. This type of electrical transformer is utilized to process the voltage from the alternator in transmission lines. Step-up transformers are also utilized by electric motors, x-ray machines, microwave ovens, and power plants.

Step Down Transformers

Step-down transformers feature both primary and secondary coils. The primary coil features more turns of wire when compared to the other coil. This causes the voltage in the secondary coil to be reduced. Step-down electrical transformers are used to reduce output voltage levels. This type of electrical transformer is used in hardware such as televisions and inverters. Step-down transformers are also utilized at distribution substations.

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