Transformer Wiring

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  1. chetgnegy91

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  2. R!f@@

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    U cannot use those with mains voltage.
    Don't ask why too much.

    Just know that it's an SMPS transformer.
     
  3. chetgnegy91

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    I appreciate the reply, I am having a bit of trouble finding a clear reference for SMPS transformers. Could you elaborate on why I can't use it or what any of the terminals may do?

    Thank you.
     
  4. #12

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    They can't survive at 50 to 60 Hz. They are designed for about a thousand times that frequency.
     
  5. powerinverter

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    Try using a power transformer
     
  6. strantor

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    nice scopemeter. :)
     
  7. billbo

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    look up the designs of computer psu and ull be on ur way
    the basic idea is 250 comes in turn to dc then runs though a mosfet to drive the tranny theres a chip that reads output and controls the input to regulate its self though pwm
    if u google psu pwm chip ull get some data there as well
    ud be far better using a computer psu more current and esayly moddable
    some wea on the net is the atx standard and gives a good rundown

    be careful with smp they are deadly and also can be good rf noise producer not for begginers or simppletons
     
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