LL5607 is a C-core line output transformer designed for Calrec Audio, probably used as a 1.5 : 1 transformer. LL5607 has an internal Faraday shield and a mu metal housing. Pin configuration (as seen from PIN side) 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 12, 11, 9, 8, 7 Usage (1.5 : 1): in+ pin 1 [...]
LL1522 is a high impedance line input transformer, normally used 2:1 It has been discontinued for many years. LL1522 pinout (pin side) 4, 3, 2, 1 8, 7, 6, 5 For high impedance line input, 2:1 use as follows: In+ 4 In- 2 Connect 1+3 Out+ 8 + 5 Out- 7 Ground (shield) 6
LL5608 is a line output transformer designed for Calrec Audio, turns ratio 1.55+1.55 : 1+1 Pin configuration (as seen from PIN side) 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 14, 13, 12, 10, 9, 8 Usage (1.55 : 1 ) in+ pin 1 in- pin 5 connect pin 7 + 3 out+ pin 8 out- pin 12 connect pins 10 + 14 Housing [...]
I have bought some LL1673/10H from you, but the measured inductance (with my inductance meter) is only 6H. What is wrong?
Our power supply chokes are designed to work at 100/120Hz and with voltages around 100V. Most induction meters work at a few volts or less, at around 1kHz. This is not the correct operating point for a power supply choke, and the reading on the induction meter is usually around half the specified value of [...]
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What could be the possible disadvantage to use LL1540 (line input transformer) as output transformer?
An audio line is a cable transferring an audio signal from the output of one device to the input of another. Normally the input impedance is fairly high, >1k for mic preamps and >10k for line inputs. If the impedances in both ends of an audio line are high, any noise current picked up by [...]
Many customers ask us for the difference in sound between our mu metal lamination transformers and our strip core amorphous transformers. We have forwarded the question to Kevin Carter at K&K Audio. Here are his impressions: “When I first encountered the Lundahl LL1544A and LL1545A line level transformers, which use the same coils, but these [...]
I guess you are right. It _IS_ confusing. If we assume a certain DC current, there are two ways to reach a desired core operating point: 1. With a given coil, adjust the core air-gap or 2. With a given core air-gap, adjust the number of turns on the coil The type number LL1660S/18mA is [...]