Class 10KV S9-M series full-sealed transformer

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Q:Transformer Amplitude Modulation?
The collector of the output transistor or plate of the output vacuum tube in a high power AM transmitter has DC voltage and an audio signal applied to it. The audio signal causes the the transistor/ tube to create AM. The AM radio frequency is shunted off to a tank circuit and then coupled to the antenna. A transformer is used to couple the audio signal to the transistor's collector/ tube's plate. A high power audio signal is applied to the primary side of a transformer and the secondary of the transformer is connected in series to the DC power source to the output device. This creates a varying DC voltage to the output device which creates Amplitude Modulation.
Q:Transformer sales channels
1. Power supply company tender 2. Cabinet manufacturers 3, the installation company 4, direct customers, to the planning bureau to find, in advance to know which new project 5, design institute, know some late 6. Power supply company front desk, people come to install more late
Q:three phase transformers pole mounted.?
In electric distribution structures transformers are available countless sizes. Heavy ones are generally located on the floor with a concrete pad located under it to furnish help. those pad fastened transformers are risk-free against touch with the regularly occurring public generally with a fence. Pole fastened transformers are lighter and can be accurately located immediately on the skill pole. i don't comprehend of any floor fastened transformers different than for transformers located in vaults while the distribution strains are underground. yet those additionally desire some form of pad under them.
Q:What is the normal color of the transformer oil?
From the oil color depth can also be a rough understanding of the degree of oil refining and oil after the use of deterioration. Good quality
Q:Who would win in a battle to the finish Voltron or the Transformers?
Voltron would kick ther azzesTransformers would not kill Voltron . Voltron on the other hand would form blazing sword and hack them into spare partsWinner Voltron. nuff said.
Q:Parallel Operation of Transformers?
I don't recognize your transformer designations in a) and b). Perhaps they are industrial transformers that I am not familiar with. My background is electronics, not power distribution. That being said, I'm not sure why you would want to connect transformers in parallel. Possibly to handle a load that exceeds the capacity of one transformer. If this is the reason, it would be better to split the load between two transformers if at all possible. If it is a single load that can't be split, the turns ratios for the two transformers would have to be exactly the same. For that matter, the transformers should be exactly alike, to make sure that they carry the load equally. (A higher source impedance in one transformer would cause the other transformer to carry more than its share of current.) Then it is very simple: connect like terminals together, taking special care to line up the phases. If for some reason you are unable to identify the phase (commonly marked with a dot next to the winding on a schematic diagram), do the following: 1. Connect the primary windings together, wire 1 to wire 1, wire 2 to wire 2. 2. Connect one wire in the secondary of one transformer to a wire in the secondary of the other transformer. 3. Carefully apply power. 4. Measure the voltage between the two loose secondary wires. It should be zero. If not, change one of the wires in step 2 above.
Q:On the transformer problem
When the primary voltage of the transformer is rated voltage, the secondary voltage does not decrease with the load current, but this is only the case where its rated power is not exceeded, and the magnetization will increase when the secondary current increases Paul its current output, a power beyond its maximum, the secondary current increases the voltage will drop until the fever burned. Inrush Current 1 Overview Transformer is based on the principle of electromagnetic induction made of a static electrical appliances, for the low voltage into a high voltage or high voltage into a low voltage, AC transmission and distribution system is an important electrical equipment. When the transformer is closed, it may produce a large current, this paper mainly discusses the current generation and influence.
Q:Single-phase and three-phase transformer is what it means
Single-phase transformer, generally refers to the primary coil is a single-phase single-coil design, the secondary can have one or more winding coil, the ideal state of the secondary total power is equal to the total primary power. For example, the common primary power supply low voltage 220 volts, the core made of mouth font, Japanese font, ring, R-shaped. Three-phase transformer, the general primary three windings, the connection is divided into triangular and star, Yanbian triangle, etc., the three winding voltage phase difference between 120 degrees, which is the common three-phase 380-volt wiring, the core The traditional three-phase three-core column, three-phase five-pin column, involute and other forms. In fact, there are many substation large-scale three-phase transformer, in order to transport and installation convenience, but also for good heat dissipation, there are three separate single-phase transformer, the use of traditional triangular or star connection input, equivalent to a Three-phase transformer.
Q:Transformer Ratio Question?
you're on the outstanding song with the remark approximately ratios. yet another substantial ratio is the impedance ratio of a transformer, that's the sq. of the turns ratio. So, in case you have a prevalent with 12.6K and a secondary with 8.05, then you definately've an impedance ratio of (12600 / 8.05) 1565.2 and hence the turns ratio would desire to be the sq. root of this, or 39.fifty six. i think of that, given the above, you could decide section B now, outstanding?
Q:What type of transformer do I need?
Assuming you wire the bulbs in parallel. You need a similar transformer (6v secondary) but one that is rated at 240 watts (or a bit more), 40 amps. Note that the current will be 40 amps and will need quite a heavy wire, #4 or 5. You could also put the bulbs in series, and would need a 48 volt secondary, still at 240 watts. You would have problems of any series string, if one bulb goes out, they all go out. You can also use parallel series combos, 3 pairs, or 2 strings of 3 each as a compromise. edit. Later thought of another alternative that may help. Get a transformer with a 12vCT 240W secondary. Wire like you would 2 phase house wiring, 3 bulbs to each outside terminal, and all 6 to the CT. This means the wire only has to handle 20 amps and can be smaller, and you will not have the series string problem. 12VCT transformers are fairly common. Or if you can find it, and the wiring is still a problem, get a transformer with 2 secondaries each of 12VCT at 10 amps.

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