Wednesday, May 30, 2007


A transformer is a tool that transfer electrical power from one route to another by magnetic mixture without require relative action between its parts. It regularly comprises two or more joined windings, and, in most cases, a center to focus magnetic instability.

An irregular voltage applied to one twisting creates a time-varying attractive flux in the center, which induce a electrical energy in the other windings. Varying the relation numeral of turns between major and derived windings determine the ratio of the contribution and production voltages, thus transform the voltage by step it up or down among circuits.

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