Jeraldson25,help me about my problem plzzz.. HOW TO DETERMINE WHAT IS THE PRIMARY WINDING AND SECONDARY WINDING OF THE DEVICE OR TRANSFORMER.. AND HOW CAN I KNOW WHERE THE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY WINDING CAN FOUND..
And so the question now has its very own thread.Jeraldson25,
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What happens when you rotate the transformer 180 degrees ?
This may be generally considered true mostly on schematics. But there are a number of problems with this description. Some transformers are in sealed bodies where you can't see one coil from the other. Most often - BUT NOT ALWAYS - when you have a sealed transformer the primary side is typically - BUT NOT ALWAYS - black and white wires. Secondary wires may be different colors or they may be (for instance) two red wires. I have a sealed transformer with black and white as the primary input side, two red wires that are 10:1 (120 VAC to 12 VAC) and two yellow wires which are 50:1 (120 VAC to 2.4 VAC). I don't remember what that came out of - but - - - .
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