A transformer is used to change the value of a voltage applied to the transformer's primary winding to a different voltage value taken from the Transformers secondary winding. A rectifier is used to change an alternating current value to a direct current value.
A transformer is used to raise or lower one voltage level to another or isolate one circuit from another. A rectified changes an AC (alternating current) voltage potential to a DC (direct current) voltage potential.
transformer is in physics and rectifier is in circuit
there is nothing like a balanced and unbalanced transformer.
The difference between a double wound step up transformer and an auto transformer is the double wound on the step up transformer and the single wound on the auto transformer.
The difference between current transformer and potential transformer is that the secondary of a current transformer can not be open circuited while under service whereas that of the potential transformer an be open circuited without any damage to the transformer.
What is the difference between an ordinary transformer and resonant coupling energy transfer?
The main difference between auto and power transformer is ,that auto transformer has only single winding,but the power transformer has two spearte winding for HV,and LV," the second difference is vary important ,that is auto transformer work as a self induction rule,but the power transformer work on as a mutual induction rule.
The 3 kVA transformer will weigh double the 1.5 kVA transformer.
An isolation transformer is usually a ferromagnetic transformer. The question needs to be framed more usefully.
Ideal transformer NO losses.....but ideal transformer copper loss &iron loss optain..
potential transformer is to maser and protection purpose the ivt is used for synchronicing purpose
Variable transformer may also refer as auto transformer. We can vary the output voltage of the transformer. But in the ordinary transformers output voltage is already designed.
A transformer is something that can change.A power transformer is something from the Transformers films.AnswerA 'power transformer' is simply a category of transformer type. It is used in transmission systems as opposed to a 'distribution transformer' which is used in distribution systems.
A power transformer is used to provide power (to your home, for example), an instrument transformer is used to measure voltage or current (for metering, for example).
Control transformer used only for control supply 110,220, 24,12V AC. But Potential transformer used voltage measurement purpose.
the difference between pelv and selv is that pelv can have a protective conductor(earth)and selv cant.
Current transformer is measured a positive current flow. we used in neutral ct for measure the unbalance load
The difference between the two transformers is the coil ratios between the primary and secondary windings. A transformer that increases voltage from primary to secondary has more secondary winding turns than primary winding turns and is called a step-up transformer. Conversely, a transformer with fewer secondary windings does just the opposite and is called a step-down transformer.
i think Transformer operates AC and ferrite core operates in DC
The potential transformer is used in the electricity supply industry to measure accurately the voltage being used. The current transformer is basically a step down transformer.
Apart from the obvious answer of 500 kV.A?
the difference between a step up transformer and a step down transformer is that, in a tsep up transformer, the voltage secondary is greater than the primary side but in a step down transformer, the voltage secondary is lesser than the primary side