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  • Acme Electric

    Acme Electric manufactures single-phase and three-phase buck boost transformers that feature input voltages of 230V to 460V, 95V to 220V, or 95V to 225V. Used for low voltage lighting and control circuitry applications, the buck boost transformers have output voltages of 277Vto 483V, 114V to 242V, and 120V to 240V.

  • Eaton Corp.

    Eaton Corporation manufactures single-phase and three-phase buck boost transformers that feature 60 Hz operation, 600-volt class insulation, and short term overload capability required by ANSI. The transformers are used for correcting a lower or high voltage rating into a voltage rating more suitable for efficient operation of electrical equipment.

  • GE

    GE Industrial manufactures single phase, dry-type buck boost transformers that feature primary voltages of 120V, 240V and 480V; and secondary voltages of 12V, 16V, 24V, 32V, and 48V. Buck boost transformer applications include: international voltage adaptation, commercial and industrial air conditioning, heating systems, induction motors, voltage line drop correction, landscape lighting, and low-voltage lighting.

  • Jefferson Electric

    Jefferson Electric manufactures single phase, buck boost transformers that are encapsulated with 50 VA through 10 KVA. The buck boost transformers are used for correcting voltage line drops, landscape lighting, low voltage lighting, and international voltage adaptation and motor applications.

  • L/C Magnetics

    L/C Magnetics produces single-phase buck boost transformers and three-phase buck boost transformers. The single-phase transformers feature 2.083 KVA and 60 Hz, with the ability to buck a 480VAC input to 380VAC output. The three-phase buck boost transformers are 50 Hz or 60 Hz, and feature input voltages of 380, 400 or 415 VAC. The output voltages of the three-phase transformers are 456, 480, and 504 VAC.

  • SolaHD

    Sola/Hevi Duty manufactures buck boost transformers designed to supply power to low voltage lighting circuits, control panels and other systems requiring 12, 16, 24, 32 or 48 volts. Also suited for low voltage landscape lighting, the buck boost transformers are available as single-phase or three-phase.

  • Tower Electric Motor Company

    Tower Electric Motor Company supplies single-phase and three-phase buck boost transformers as 50 Hz and 60Hz models. The 50 Hz models include 12V/24V and 16V/32V buck boost transformers, while the 60 Hz models include a 240V x 480V 24V/48V buck boost transformer. Depending on model and type KVA ranges from .05 to 150.04.

  • Butler Winding

    Butler Winding produces and distributes buck boost transformers that are used in high power switching transformer applications that exceed one kilowatt. Types of buck boost transformers include center-tapped, with power ratings varying from a fraction of a watt to kilowatts.

  • Dongan Transformers

    Dongan Transformers supplies single-phase and three-phase buck boost transformers as encapsulated or ventilated models. The buck boost transformers are adaptable to most minor voltage corrections that need to be made, and are an inexpensive solution to isolation transformers.

  • E Craftsmen

    E Craftsmen Corporation designs and builds switch mode power supplies including buck boost transformers.

  • GENTEC American Rotary

    GENTEC American Rotary produces three phase buck boost transformers and single phase buck boost transformers. Both buck boost transformer types feature primary voltages of 120 x 240, with secondary voltages of 12/24, 16/32, and 24/48. The transformers also feature inputs of 95-220V, 95-225V, and 230-460V; with outputs of 114-242V, 120-240V, and 277-483V.

     

  • Hammond Power Solutions, Inc.

    Hammond Power Solutions manufactures buck boost transformers with ratings from 50 VA to 5000 VA, and three standard voltage groups: 120/240-12/24, 120/240-16/32, and 240/480-24/48. The transformers are available with single and three phase configurations with frequencies of 50/60 Hz.

  • Micron Industries Corporation

    Micron Industries Corporation designs small KVA, single phase, 600 volt class buck boost transformers that are primarily used for motor operation to correct fluctuating line voltage, or to obtain a neutral on a delta system. The transformers feature dual primary or dual secondary windings.

  • Powertronix Corporation

    Powertronix Corp. engineers single-phase and three-phase buck boost transformers in frequencies ranging from 47 Hz to 63 Hz. The single-phase transformers feature 1 kVA to 15 kVA, with the three-phase transformers featuring 3 kVA to 45 kVA. The two types of buck boost transformers are used in uninterruptible power supply and power distribution systems, and marine applications.

  • Signal Transformer

    Signal Transformer manufactures buck boost transformers suitable for indoor and outdoor application. The various buck boost transformers feature standard input voltages of 115, 230 and 480; and standard outputs of 12, 16, 20, 24, and 115.

  • US Electrical Services Inc

    US Electrical Services Inc. distributes buck boost transformers manufactured by Jefferson Electric. The various buck boost transformers are available as .25 kVA, 1 kVA, 3 kVA, and 5 kVA models.

  • Bruce Electric Equipment Corp

    Bruce Electric supplies single-phase and three-phase buck boost transformers manufactured by GE Industrial, Acme Electric, Hevi-Duty, and Sola.

  • Marcus

    Marcus Transformers manufactures small, single-phase buck boost transformers designed to reduce or raise line voltage. The transformers feature primary voltages of 120/240, and secondary voltages of 12/24 and 16/32. The buck boost transformers are available in sizes ranging from 50 VA to 5kVA.

  • Phase Technologies LLC

    Phase Technologies LLC designs and manufactures 120/240V-12/24V, 120/240V-16/32V, and 240/480V-24/48V buck boost transformers.