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Transformer with capacitive resistor for operating with high inductivity consists of a low-retentivity magnet core with primary and secondary windings fitted around it

Abstract
A primary ribbon-capacitor coil-type winding (10) is wound on a magnet core (9). A ribbon capacitor consists of two electrically conductive foils running parallel to, and on both sides of, a non-conductor and encased with an electric insulator and wound into a transformer coil. The length and width of the ribbon capacitor are matched to the number of turns in such a way that a blind current pulsing through the ribbon capacitor is converted to an active current.