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Can we replace a 110/220 Turns Transformer with 10/20 Turns?

Can we replace a 110/220 Turns Transformer with 10/20 Turns?

Can we replace a 110/220 Turns Transformer with 10/20 Turns? A step up transformer which has 110/220 turns.Can we replace it with 10/20 turns? Turns ratio is same shall its rating be same? Give appropriate reason? Also read: Is it possible to Operate a 50Hz Transformer on 500Hz source of the same voltage? Is it possible to Operate a 500Hz …

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Under what condition is D.C supply applied safely to the primary of a transformer?

Under what condition is D.C supply applied safely to the primary of a transformer?

How to Connect a Transformer to DC Supply? Under what condition is DC supply applied safely to the primary of a transformer? As i mentioned ,This is a simple electrical interview question. So if some one ask this question in interview or somewhere..then the right answer will be this….I think u got the main Idea AlsoAs we know that Transformer …

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Is it possible to Operate a 500Hz Transformer on 50Hz ?

Operate a 500Hz Transformer on 50Hz ... Is it possible to Operate a 500Hz Transformer on 50Hz frequency Supply?

Is it possible to Operate a 500Hz Transformer on 50Hz frequency Supply? What would happen if a power transformer designed for operation on 50 Hz (frequency) were connected to a 5Hz (frequency) source of the same voltage? Also Read:   Is it possible to Operate a 50Hz Transformer on 500Hz source of the same voltage? What will happen if the …

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Is it possible to Operate a 50Hz Transformer on 500Hz frequency Supply?

Operate a 50Hz Transformer on 500Hz ...Is it possible to Operate a 50Hz Transformer on 500Hz frequency Supply?

Is it possible to Operate a 50Hz Transformer on 500Hz frequency Supply? What would happen if a power transformer designed for operation on 50 Hz (frequency) were connected to a 500 Hz (frequency) source of the same voltage? Also Read: Is it possible to Operate a 500Hz Transformer on 50Hz source of the same voltage? What will happen if the …

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What will happen if the primary of a transformer is connected to DC supply?

What will happen if the primary of a transformer is connected to D.C supply?

What will happen if the primary of a transformer is connected to DC supply? Also Read: Under what condition is D.C supply applied safely to the primary of a transformer? Is it possible to Operate a 50Hz Transformer on 500Hz source of the same voltage? Is it possible to Operate a 500Hz Transformer on 50Hz source of the same voltage?

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Why Transformer Rated In kVA, Not in KW?

Why Transformer Rated In kVA, Not in KW?

Transformer Always Rated In kVA instead of KW As the name suggest, transformer only transfer the power from one circuit to another without changing the value of power and frequency. In other words, It can only step up or step down the value of current and voltage while the power and frequency would remain same. A general date on transformer …

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Uses and Application of Transformer

Uses and Application of Transformer

Uses and Application of Transformer The most important uses and application of Transformer are: It can rise or lower the level of level of Voltage or Current ( when voltage increases, current decreases and vice virsa because  P =V x I, and Power is same )  in an AC Circuit. It can increase or decrease the value of capacitor, an …

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Three Phase Transformer over Single Phase Transformer.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Three Phase Transformer over Single Phase Transformer.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Three Phase Transformer over Single Phase Transformer. Advantages of Three Phase Transformer over Single Phase Transformer are: Less cost Less Weight less size Less time require to assembling Require less space Deliver more power Higher efficiency Easier to install Easy transportation and installation Easy to repair Easy assembling and Also We can get Single Phase supply …

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