Trigger Coils for Flashlamps
Most flashlamp applications use a trigger coil to produce high-voltage pulses of short duration, usually a few microseconds or less.
Two different types of circuits and transformers are used to introduce the voltage necessary to achieve ionization – series injection triggering and external triggering with the associated coils.
Standard and custom designs are available with a wide range of input and output voltages. Packaging includes surface mount, through hole or hardware mounted.
High performance is ensured through state-of-the art manufacturing techniques including vacuum impregnation, vacuum encapsulations, and meter-mix and dispenses systems.