PROWAVE  K4000004  Transformer, Matching, 235KHz, 1mH, 25 Unloaded Q, 1:10, 6.5mm x 6.3mm x 6mm

PROWAVE K4000004

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  • Newark Part No.: 51R6732
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The K4000004 from Prowave is a matching transformer.
  • Operating frequency is 40KHz
  • Minimum variable inductance is 6mH
  • Minimum unloaded Q is 90
  • Turns ratio is 1:10
  • Matching transducer is 400EP18A


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  • Inductance 6mH
  • Product Range -
  • SVHC To Be Advised

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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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