SG(B)10-125~125~2500/10KV Three Phase Impregnated Dry Type Power Transformer

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SG(B)10-125~125~2500/10KV three phase impregnated dry type power transformer is a new dray type transformer and its advanced technology is imported from germany MORA company,it uses special design and manufacturing engineer in order to reach the requirment of "three proof"( moisture proof.mould proof ,salt mist proof )and environmental protection .it applies to craft of vacuum-pressure dipping,its heat-resisting class reaches Hlevel and it has strong capability of fiire retardant.it is an ideal production  of distribution system.it is applicable to power ,undegroung,shipping,chemical industry.high rise building and other places.

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Q:Is the secondary current rating of the transformer line current or phase current?
For star-wiring products, the line current = phase current For triangular wiring products, the rated current refers to the line current (phase to phase current)
Q:What is a true magnetic transformers?
All transformers are magnetic. Perhaps if you would provide a link to the product in question, maybe even to its user's manual, some more information could be gleaned that would allow a more helpful answer. I have no idea what an alien bees unit is. -------- Ok with that I was able to google some more info. So you have a unit that came with a 120V power cord, intended to be plugged into a north american AC power outlet (120V, 60 Hz), and you need it to run on your local current, which is 220. You don't have a power brick or wall wart, the AC goes right to the flash unit. Yes? And the specs say it draws up to 6 amps at 120 volts, 60 Hz. What they're talking about is that you need a true voltage conversion transformer (usually this is actually an autotransformer), NOT any other sort of voltage converter. Travel stores in this country (US) sell these small and cheap voltage converters, made to allow use of certain high wattage devices (up to 1500 watts) on 240 even though they're made to run on 120. But they don't use a transformer, they use a capacitor and a diode. They're ok for things like curling irons and space heaters. They're completely unsuitable for anything electronic. You can usually tell the difference between a true transformer voltage converter and the voltage converter by weight. The latter weigh just about nothing. Whereas even a 50 watt transformer will sit fairly heavily in your hand. For a device that pulls 6 amps at 120 volts, you need a transformer of at least 1000 watts capacity. I've linked one below. Of course that is a US seller, but this will give you an idea of what to look for. Note that it weighs 17 pounds (about 8 kg) and is about 5 x 7 x 8 inches (13 x 18 x 20 cm). There just isn't any way these get much smaller or lighter. .
Q:What is the meaning of the Y D11 on the transformer?
Transformer Y / D11 Y ----- primary side connection, star type, D secondary side connection, triangle 11 is the primary and secondary side of the phase difference of the side line voltage lag secondary side 330 degrees (or lead 30 degrees).
Q:Where can I find a replacement power transformer for my crate gt80 guitar amplifier?
First, what you need to know is the secondary voltages of the transformer you wish to replace. A part number is nice, but tells you very little, unless you have a book on hand, and usually, these numbers are only for that product line (in house) part numbers. I can tell you where to go to find a power x-fmr. but will need to know: How many watts will said amplifire send to the speakers, how many wires come off of the secondary, and how big is it? If you can get a schematic drawing of your amplifire with power transformer output voltages, I can tell you exactly where to get a transformer from. Feel free to e-me. Why did it fail? Are you sure that the power transformer is bad? There may be other issues, here. I rarely see a transformer go bad under normal use. If the fuse blows, replace it with a 1/2 amp larger than it calls for. If it calls for a 2 amp fuse, try a 2.5 amp fuse. If it still blows, try a 3. if it still blows, you may have a short in the power output section of your amp. I don't normally recommend that higher fuse ratings should be used, but that is what I would do if I was working on it. You may find other issues besides the power transformer. If you have voltage going into (the primary) and no voltage on the secondary at all, then you might have a transformer that has a thermal cutoff unit that is hooked up in series with the primary windings protecting the transformer from over heating. This has been known to happen, and can be easily repaired, if you have the right tools, a soldering iron, and a lot of patience. I can walk you through it.
Q:How come step-up transformers reduce current in transmission lines?
Transformer coils are electrically isolated, the voltage in the secondary being induced by that in the primary. There is therefore no constant current between. The POWER (WAV) in the primary has to have an an induced equal counterpart in the secondary. In this case, as the voltage in the secondary is larger, the current drops proportionally. At the end of the transmission line it's stepped down again, and then you get a current.
Q:Transformer specifications trouble?
The transformer's primary should not disturbed, if possible. If not, then replace the primary wire using the same wire gauge and number of turns. The secondary winding needs a wire that handles about twice as much current as the primary's winding, which would require a wire that has twice the cross sectional area. I don't think that capacitor filtering of the bridge rectifier's output is necessary, but it would cause a lot of hum. If the capacitor is not used, the current and voltage feeding the magnet will be relative the average value (.63 of peak value), rather that the RMS value (.707 of peak value), Therefore, the peak value of the secondary winding would be 60/0.63 plus bridge rectifier drop or about 95 volts. Its RMS value is then 95*.707 67 volts and the turns ratio would be 67/102 .56 to 1.
Q:Transformers Movie!?
there are around 5 auto bots in the movie but i dont know how much there are in the cartoon.
Q:What is the difference between transformer and a coil?
A transformer is used to transfer power and either step up or step down the voltages. Hence for this purpose, the mutual inductance must be very high. The leakage inductance needs to be minimum. Thats why iron core is used. A Coil is a conductor generally wrapped in a helicoidal form by certain number of turns.
Q:who loves transformers??????
I love transformers
Q:Lights in house dimmering / flickering after lightning hit transformer?
Hi, You should check out first with your neighbours and then with the power house. In case if the problem is with your lighting then you will need to get it fixed. You can opt for LED light bars as they are easy to install, consume less power and are long lasting. They are cost effective and reduce the cost of maintenance.They provide equal amount of light like the traditional sources of light while consuming less energy. So you can save on the electricity costsas well. Cheers

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