Why Choose MID-GDT Gate Drive Transformers?

Have you been looking for the right gate drive transformer for your power supply application? Look no further than the compact, low-profile MID-GDT Gate Drive Transformer from Wurth Electronics!

Overview of the MID-GDT Gate Drive Transformer

The MID-GDT Gate Drive Transformer is a low-profile, pick-and-placeable transformer with an extremely compact design. It offers functional insulation, two secondary windings, and open header toroid design.

This gate drive transformer complies with IEC60950-1 and is perfect for a variety of applications, including motor drive control, medical devices, and Telecom base station power supplies.

Plus, as always, Wurth Electronics offers custom solutions as well!

Characteristics of MID-GDT Gate Drive Transformers

The major characteristics of the MID-GDT Gate Drive Transformer include:

  • Low profile
  • 1500 VAC dielectric rating
  • Pick-and-placeable design
  • Very low leakage inductance
  • Open header toroid design
  • Two secondary windings
  • Surface mount
  • Functional insulation
  • Design that meets IEC60950-1, EN60950-1, UL60950-1/CSA60950-1 and AS/NZS60950.1
  • 5.38mm max height
  • Voltage time: 70Vμs minimum on secondary windings
  • Operating temp: -40°C to 125°C

Applications of MID-GDT Gate Drive Transformers

Some common applications of the MID-GDT Gate Drive Transformer include:

  • Industrial power supplies
  • Smart Grid power supplies
  • Medical devices
  • Telecom base station power supplies
  • Motor drive control
  • Solar energy harvesting

So if you need a low-profile gate drive transformer with compact design, low leakage inductance, and custom solutions possible, check out the MID-GDT Gate Drive Transformer from Wurth Electronics!

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