Krohn-Hite Corporation Datasheets for Impedance Matching Networks

Impedance matching networks are electrical circuits which, when connected between two networks, match the output impedance of the source (the first network) to the input impedance of the load (the receiving or second network). The purpose of matching these two impedances is to minimize wave reflection and/or to maximize the transfer of power between the system and the load.
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Product Name Notes
Impedance Matching Transformer -- Model MT56R Impedance Matching Transformer • Frequency Range: 30Hz to 500kHz • Output Power: 75 Watts • Maximum Current: 6.5A • Input Voltage: 125V rms • Matched Loads from 2 ohms to...