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Title: Comparison and design analysis of pulse transformer for HID ballasts
Authors: Dong, P
Cheng, KWE 
Wang, DH
Ho, SL 
Kwok, KF
Xue, X
Issue Date: 2006
Source: CEFC 2006 : the twelfth biennial IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation, Miami, Florida, USA, April 30th - May 3rd, 2006, p. 156
Abstract: In this paper, a transformer with small size and relatively insensitive to distributing parameter is present. Two types of four different high-voltage pulse transformers used in the igniter circuit of HID ballast are examined. This comparison concludes that the transformer with the smallest size using R core is optimal. Experiment results are used to validate the conclusion.
Keywords: Design engineering
Discharge lamps
Lamp accessories
Pulse transformers
Publisher: IEEE
ISBN: 1424403200
DOI: 10.1109/CEFC-06.2006.1632948
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