Recommend me a Transformer

bassplayer142

Joined Jan 2, 2007
89
I'm not to educated on the terminology of transformers but I'm looking for a standard US 120V step down to 24Vp-p with a center tap. In other words, it will give a positive 12V and negative 12V with respect to the center tap. It needs to be able to draw at least 2Amps. Thanks for any suggestions for inexpensive transformers!

beenthere

Joined Apr 20, 2004
15,819

beenthere

Joined Apr 20, 2004
15,819
It should work just fine.

Joined Jun 1, 2009
499
The problem with transformers is they're made from a lot of wire, copper wire... Copper is quiet expensive as a metal. The higher the amperage required the more the transformer is going to cost because the wires will have to be thicker.

marshallf3

Joined Jul 26, 2010
2,358
Currently shown as out of stock but I've found that by calling around to your local stores you can usually find one that has one or more in stock sitting in the back room. I tried their "Find in store" link for around me and there are 4 stores that show stock.