(′mag·nə′tiz·iŋ ′kə·rənt) (electricity) The current that flows through the primary winding of a power transformer when no loads are connected to the secondary winding; this current establishes the magnetic field in the core and furnishes energy for the no-load power losses in the core. Also known as exciting current.
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