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Multiple Winding Transformers

July 4th, 2013 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution
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Definition of a multiple winding transformer

A Multiple Winding Transformer can be defined as the one which has more than one primary or secondary windings connected to each other in some special type of configuration in order to provide the required output voltage levels or drive a number of loads at the output.

This can be referred to as one special characteristic of the transformer, as transformers are quite versatile devices and usually much advanced operations need to be accomplished with them rather than driving merely one output from a single primary coil.

Multiple Winding Transformers are also known as “Multiple Coil Transformers” or “Multi Wound Transformers”.

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