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What is principle operation of a single phase transformer?

Ross Pratt

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Rodney Fox on May 2, 2018

Hello, I have a manefacture of laboratory product. I suupply a trailer blowar set for Canada 230V AC, 50Hz single phase miximum load 5 mpr I have required to turn 110v Ac, 60 Hz 230 VAC, 50 Hz, single phase a transformer works only on AC power, and has two windings of each of the many turns of the wire around the iron nuclei. Energy is connected to the primary winding and the secondary winding. The voltage applied to the primary creates a magnetic field in the iron core, and because this same field links the secondary voltage is entered in the mouse. Basically, you use a transformer to convert power to voltage, almost all the power to a different voltage. Transformers have a conversion efficiency of 60 to 99%, and efficiency is the largest tansformers. The conversion factor of the voltage is equal to the ratio of the number of turns in both windings, in other words, the number of volts in turn, is the same for primary and secondary schools. Voltage from step-down transformer has less turns of wire in the secondary school. Read more:

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