The transformer is capable of handing up to 200 watts of audio power into its primary over the frequency range 30 Hz to 250 KHz. The turns ratio provides a two-to-one step down to the special secondary winding. The secondary will handle up to fifty amperes of a.c. or d.c. without saturating the transformer. Another secondary winding is connected to a pair of binding posts suitable for connecting to a.c. voltmeter as directed by the applicable EMI specifications. This winding serves to isolate the voltmeter from power ground. Neither the primary nor the secondary windings are connected to the end bells of the core. The transformer may be used as a 4-ohm primary and 1-ohm secondary or 2.4-ohm primary and 0.6-ohm secondary or 2-ohm primary and 0.5-ohm secondary.
The Type 6220-1A Audio Isolation Transformer was especially designed for screen room use in making conducted audio frequency susceptibility tests as required by MIL-STD-461/462 and other EMI specifications.
The transformer may also be used as a pickup device to measure low frequency EMI currents at lower levels than conventional current probes.
In addition, its secondary may be used as an isolating inductor in the power line during transient susceptibility tests.
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