JDXF-35 TA,TH GY W1,W2,W3 Voltage Transformer

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Technical characteristic
1.It accords to the GB1207-1997<voltage transformer> ,IEC186 and IEC60044.
2.This product has the character of limited tightness.All the tightness compartment do not be put into ultraviolet radiation so that we solve the problem of chap of tightness rubber and aging,these product is more reliable and has longer life,we ensure that it can run 20 years without leakage.
3.The porcelain is equipped with irragateing flange.the surface of flange use hot zincification to enhance the wholly mechnism of product and has beautiful outlook.
4.This product is equiped with bellow and is tightnesds completely.
5.With higher accuracy to 0.2,we can reach the requirment of customer with seperatly measuring secondary winding and protection winding.
6.With epoxy secondary terminal board,the product is enhanced secondary insulation and tightness.
7.All the standard comparthent are plated Dakelo.We ensure that the product don't rust for 20 years.
8.The inner structure of this product has changed largly and we solve the problem of old 35KV PT with unreasoned inner structure for the unpassed dielectric loss,This product has low partial discharge and litter dielectric loss with advanced workcraft.
9.The excitaton density of this product is equal or less than 0.7T and has the ability of avoiding ferro-resonance.

Technical Data

TypeJDXF-35
Rated voltagePrimary winding35/
Measuring winding0.1/
Protection winding0.1/
Residual voltage winding0.1
Frequency50HZ
secondary accuracy and reated outputMeasuring winding80VA 0.2 class
Protection winding150VA 0.5class 250VA 3P class
Residual voltage winding100VA 6P class
Rated limit output2000
Rated insulation level4.05/95/200
Creepage distance810,1050,1250
Flash distance410-500
Total weight/Oil weight40/190
Pack size580×600×1300

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Q:transformers calculations?
That is a good answer 7652 amps. 7300 amps is more realistic, considering transformer losses, but I don't think any one has built that large a transformer, so surprises are likely. Even at 1% that many amps, 3 phase is likely. Neil
Q:why we need to know VARS and pf of transformer?
The power factor and reactive volt-amperes are only important as intermediate steps to calculating the values of the transformer's equivalent circuit component values. The pf determined in the open circuit test is related to the magnetizing reactance and core loss resistance. The power factor determined in the short circuit test is related to the primary plus secondary leakage reactances and winding resistances. The equivalent circuit component values are needed for various transformer performance calculations and for calculating the influence of the transformer on the complete circuit. I don't believe that the open circuit and short circuit pf and VARs are used for anything once the equivalent circuit has been determined.
Q:Transformer winding maximum temperature at?
National standard "dry-type transformers" GB6450-1986 on the dry-type transformer temperature limit to make the provisions. 1, the dry-type transformer coil, when the use of A-class insulation material, the ultimate operating temperature of 105 ℃, the maximum temperature rise should be less than 60 ℃; when the use of E-class insulation material, the limit operating temperature at 120 ℃ , The maximum temperature rise should be less than 75 ℃; when using B-class insulation material, the extreme working temperature at 130 ℃, the maximum temperature rise should be less than 80 ℃; when using F-class insulation material, the limit operating temperature at 155 ℃ , The maximum temperature rise should be less than 100 ℃; when the use of H-class insulation material, the limit operating temperature at 180 ℃, the maximum temperature rise should be less than 125 ℃; when using C-class insulation material, the extreme working temperature at 220 ℃ , The maximum temperature rise should be less than 150 ℃.
Q:Can a transformer make a small voltage change?
Transformer is divided into two kinds! One is the booster, the other is the buck! It is by changing the transformer coil winding to determine the effect of its pressure!
Q:whats the history of transformers?
Yep, it replace into an 80's comic strip placed out with the help of way of the Hasbro company company company,(who additionally advertised the everyday GI Joe toys and cartoons). The exhibits have been long working commercials for the ever evolving line of toys. The Transformers have been the form till Hasbro have been given right here out with the previous Transformers action image (anime) which pissed each and all the fams off by using fact of certainty they killed off Optimus precise and then dwindled the numerous characters into obscurity with the objective to sell their new line of robots. you will are available the process most of the previous episodes on youtube.
Q:explanation of Transformers ending?
God, I hope not. That was a horrendous movie.
Q:How does an Auto transformer work?
An autotransformer (sometimes called autoformer)[1] is an electrical transformer with only one winding. The winding has at least three electrical connection points called taps. The voltage source and the load are each connected to two taps. One tap at the end of the winding is a common connection to both circuits (source and load). Each tap corresponds to a different source or load voltage. In an autotransformer a portion of the same winding acts as part of both the primary and secondary winding. Operation he ratio of secondary to primary voltages is equal to the ratio of the number of turns of the winding they connect to. For example, connecting at the middle and bottom of the autotransformer will halve the voltage. Depending on the application, that portion of the winding used solely in the higher-voltage (lower current) portion may be wound with wire of a smaller gauge, though the entire winding is directly connected.
Q:Replaced halogen by LED, how to prevent transformer shutdown?
What does 12 volt LED mean? LEDs operate at voltages around 2.8 to 4 volts, not 12 volts. If it means the LEDs have a resistor built in, so they operate from 12 volts, then you should be fine, and the transformer should not shut down, as the current would be a low lower than the halogen lamps drew. So I suspect these are NOT 12 volt LEDs, and they need a series resistor which is missing, so the current is much higher than it should be. Probably means the LEDs are cooked already. Another possibility is that the 12 volts for the halogens is AC, not DC, and the LEDs require DC. So you need to look at the specs on the LEDs, and also check the 12 volt supply. I suspect it is AC. .
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.
Q:If the secondary coil contains more loops than the primary coil ( Ns Np) we have a sep-up transformer?
A transformer is a device that transfers electrical energy from one circuit to another through inductively coupled conductors—the transformer's coils. A varying current in the first or primary winding creates a varying magnetic flux in the transformer's core and thus a varying magnetic field through the secondary winding. This varying magnetic field induces a varying electromotive force (EMF) or voltage in the secondary winding. This effect is called mutual induction. If a load is connected to the secondary, an electric current will flow in the secondary winding and electrical energy will be transferred from the primary circuit through the transformer to the load. In an ideal transformer, the induced voltage in the secondary winding (Vs) is in proportion to the primary voltage (Vp), and is given by the ratio of the number of turns in the secondary (Ns) to the number of turns in the primary (Np) as follows:- Ns/Np Vs/Vp ---------------------(i) By appropriate selection of the ratio of turns, a transformer thus allows an alternating current (AC) voltage to be stepped up by making Ns greater than Np, or stepped down by making Ns less than Np.

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