What in heck is going on here...FWIW this is out of a 1000 watt UPS unit. If you look close at the picture, at the #8 wire coil, the joined pair, are on the outsides of the coil... the two being utilized as the output, are coming from the center of the coil... somehow that just doesn't look right. As this was originally configured, the coil only produced 24.3 volts.. Juggling leads to obtain correct phasing, it now puts out 48 volts... and needless to say, amps out the wazoo. I hooked a common 120v 1/3 hp motor to the two leads, and the motor started repeatedly / ran flawlessly for over 20 minutes, with no smoke or heating of any hookup jumper at all. The second picture, is the underside of the trans, showing the blue / white leads, which are the normal primary, and a 5 - lead coil , black / brown being on the ends, [ all windings / leads #16 ] with the others as mid-point taps, that produce a maximum of 132 volts AC.. Could it be that the packrat just got lucky for a change ?