Chassis mounting transformers are transformers (electrical devices used to transform a high voltage to a low voltage, or vice versa) supplied with mounting devices for attachment to a chassis.
Chassis mounting transformers use magnetic induction between coils to convert current and/or voltage levels. They transform alternating current (AC) energy from one circuit to another without changing the frequency.
They are designed for easy mounting to the chassis used to mount electrical components and are made in different sizes for use in large and small devices. Most types will have mounting holes on either the frame or brackets so they can be attached directly to the chassis.
Transformers mount onto chassis in several different ways and are also manufactured in modular designs.
Chassis mounting transformers are commonly used in various electromagnetic, electronic and electrical control scenarios. They have various applications including relays, pumps, speed changers and heating elements.