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New Hammond Transformers

5/3/2006 1:01 PM
New Hammond Transformers
I was looking on the Hammond website today and was surprised to see some new parts. The 300 series has a lot of new offerings, basically just filling in more of the 200 series with universal primary versions. There is also some new 260 series offerings that I think people here could find a use for like 325-0-325 @200ma with a universal primary.
5/3/2006 7:26 PM
John Martin
Maybe they are planning to drop the 200 series?  
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5/3/2006 8:28 PM
That's the first time i've seen the 260 series. Interesting.
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