The input voltage to a transformer is called "primary".
The primary side of a transformer is the side that get's plugged into the wall or other power source. It's the input.
Whether a transformer increases or decreases the input voltage depends on the number of coils on each side of the transformer . thats the answer believe me its right !!!!!!!! ____
When the output voltage is higher than the input voltage that is considered a step up transformer. When the output is less than the input you have a step down transformer. Input is also called primary and output secondary.
A DC voltage added to one side of a transformer has no effect on the other side.
The input voltage (primary) and output (secondary) of a transformer is determined by the manufacturer. Transformers are bought to accommodate the voltage that is needed on the primary side and to what voltage is needed on the secondary side.
The load side of a transformer feeds the device, such as a light or motor. It is the output of the transformer. The input, or line side, provides the voltage that is to be transformed, either up or down, to supply the load side.AnswerA transformer's primary winding is connected to the supply voltage, and the secondary winding is connected to the load.
1 wire is input in this type of transformer.
transformer which is used to increase the voltage .output voltage is higher than input voltage by connecting a step up transformer . mainly used at transmission end (sending side)
The transformer needs AC at its input. The battery provides DC.
For an electrical transformer the ratio of the coils on each side is the same as the ratio for the voltage change.
The 'input' side of a transformer is called its 'primary' side, whereas the 'output' side is termed its 'secondary' side. The ratio of its secondary to primary voltage is equal to the ratio of the number of turns in the secondary windings to the number of turns in the primary winding. So if, for example, a transformer's secondary winding has twice as many turns as its primary winding, then the secondary winding will produce twice the voltage applied to the primary winding.
The transformer doesn't "boost" energy. If the voltage on the output side is higher than the voltage on the input side, then the current is lower. The power (energy every second) on either side is the product of (voltage) times (current), and that product is the same on both sides of the transformer.
I think you mean 'turns' rather than 'coils' (a coil is made up of a number of turns). The answer is that, yes, the turns ratio is the same as the voltage ratio, for an ideal transformer.
A: The only way can be possible if the transformer is an isolation type. Yes, you can put the input into the secondary side. This will create a step-up transformer.
transformer do not change the frequency of the input signal.
You get useless heat -- the transformer acts like a space heater, but not intentionally. The transformer will burn up if the input power is high enough.
transformer is busted; if input voltage is normal you have short circuit or open circuit somewhere
step-down transformer Transformer in which the output AC voltage is less than the input AC voltage. step-up transformer Transformer in which the output AC voltage is greater than the input AC voltage.
it would be called a step up transformer
It depends on the turns ratio of the transformer.
Either the input voltage is too low, the transformer is defective, or the load on the transformer is too great.
This type of transformer is called a Step-Down transformer. All transformers have an input to output ratio. The transformers that increase voltage are called Step-up, and the transformers that protect against surges are called unity gain. The Unity gain transformer has a 1:1 ratio and provide a mechanical way to isolate a source of voltage from a load.