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PROWAVE  K4000004  MATCHING TRANSFORMER, 1:10, SMD

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  • Manufacturer: PROWAVE
  • Newark Part No.: 51R6732
  • Manufacturer Part No K4000004

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  • Current Rating: -
  • Primary Impedance: -
  • SVHC: To Be Advised
  • Secondary Impedance: -
  • Transformer Mounting: PC Board

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Availability:  330


  • 330 in stock for same day shipping
 
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  • 1 Further stock expected to ship on Dec 7, 2014
  • 309 Further stock expected to ship on Dec 11, 2014
  • Per the manufacturer, more stock expected week of 4/6/15

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Price: $1.33

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actually we have used the only single transformer to drive the 3 ultrasonic sensors but the there is problem in the directivity how to increase the directivity with out increasing the number of transformers.
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No sure, what your problem is. The transformer is just a driving component. The directivity is usually related with the acoustic performance of the transducer.
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