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Hobart PD-7836 Transformer

Discussion in 'Amp Building/Technical/Repair' started by Dorian2, Feb 14, 2020.

  1. Dorian2

    Dorian2

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    I pulled this transformer out of an old ART amp from the 90's a while ago. Just curious if any of you think it might be a good useable Transformer for a project. I know nothing about transformers.

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    PS-PD TRANSFORMERS Chassis Mount
    General Specifications
    • Power from 1.4VA to 100VA
    • Primary to Secondary Isolation – 2,500Vrms
    • Primaries – Single or Dual (115V or 115/230V – 50/60Hz)
    • Secondary – Single center tapped secondary
    • Terminals – Solder lug / quick connect type
    • Insulation System – Class B, 130 deg C
    • UL 1446 recognized


    Dual Primary 115/230V
    PD-7836
    Size - 8
    36VCT @ 2.8A
     
  2. jb welder

    jb welder

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    It was a solid state amp, I guess? That's about all you would use it for, probably in the 50 to 60W output range.
    Or if you wanted to build some kind of split (+/-) power supply it could also be used.
     
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  3. Dorian2

    Dorian2

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    Yea, it was SS with one of those mini tubes in it. Doubt if I'll use it for that type of amp. Thanks for the info. I'll hold onto it in case someone needs something like that at some point.
     
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