Operating Principle of Explosion-Proof Transformer

Explosion-proof transformer is a kind of explosion-proof transformer which can be used in inflammable and explosive places. It’s a stationary electrical device. It is based on the principle of electromagnetic induction, a grade of AC voltage and current into the same frequency of another grade of voltage and current equipment. The function is to transform AC voltage, exchange AC current and transform impedance.

Transformer is the conversion of AC voltage, current and impedance devices, when the primary coil through AC current, the iron core (or magnetic core) will generate AC flux, so that the secondary coil induced voltage (or current). A transformer consists of an iron core (or magnetic core) and a coil. The coil has two or more windings. The winding connected to the power supply is called the primary coil, and the rest is called the secondary coil. In a generator, whether the coil moves through a magnetic field or the magnetic field moves through a fixed coil, the potential can be induced in the coil. In these two cases, the value of the magnetic flux is unchanged, but the number of the magnetic flux of the chain intersecting the coil is changed, which is the principle of mutual induction. A transformer is a device that uses electromagnetic mutual inductance to transform voltage, current and impedance.

Explosion-proof transformer is divided into factory explosion-proof and mine explosion-proof, and the two are not universal. The general production factory explosion-proof transformer and mine explosion-proof transformer is also different manufacturers. So users have to choose carefully when buying.


Post time: Mar-15-2023