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The definitive way would be to measure it. You could use capacitor voltage, but that should be a conservative voltage.Sorry, my English must be sub-par as I have not explained my dilemma well. I do not know the secondary voltage and current so I need to know alternative strategies to determine this.
Can you please give me some guidance on how I may be able to determine the secondary voltage. For example, can I extrapolate by looking at the value of capacitors in the circuit after the diode?
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