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TRAMAG Branch Chokes – The perfect fit for Multilevel Converter Systems
Industrial drives systems require powerful converters with maximum flexibility and high availability. In addition, they must be suitable for controlling almost any type of motor and the voltage-signal must be mains-friendly as well as motor-friendly on the output side.More
TRAMAG Special Transformers with the right power for Copper Wire Production
TRAMAG Special Transformers with the right power for Copper Wire Production Highlight of the week Machine and plant construction is the primary domain for the use of our TRAMAG transformers. […]More
TRAMAG Low Harmonic Filter (LHF) Chokes for trouble-free operation of Island-Power-Supplies
TRAMAG Low Harmonic Filter (LHF) Chokes for trouble-free operation of Island-Power-Supplies Highlight of the week Separated from the public interconnected power grids operated by large energy supply companies, technologically complex […]More
TRAMAG transformers with multiple secondary system for medical devices in use
In hardly any other industry are the quality requirements for safe voltage supply, electrical safety and reliable functionality greater than in medical technology.More
Sinusoidal Filters for drive systems with special requirements
TRAMAG chokes and filters are used in drives systems whose core component is a frequency converter that controls one or more motors of a machine or system. Between frequency converters and motors, caused by long cable lengths, undesirable voltage surges can occur at the motor terminals and damaging, parasitic losses can occur in the motor.More