The Output Current in Transformer Calculator will calculate the:
Calculation parameters: The conducting wire of transformer is uniform and it has the same thickness everywhere; the source supplies AC current.
|The output current in an ideal transformer is A [Ampere]|
|The output current in a real transformer is A [Ampere]|
|The number of turns in the secondary coil is|
|Output current in an ideal transformer calculation|
|i2 (ideal) = i1 × ∆V1/∆V2|
i2 (ideal) = × /
i2 (ideal) = /
i2 (ideal) =
|Output current in a real transformer calculation|
|i2 (real) = Plost/∆V2 (1 - e)|
i2 (real) = / (1 - )
i2 (real) = / ×
i2 (real) = /
i2 (real) =
|Number of turns in the secondary coil calculation|
|N2 = ∆V2/∆V1 × N1|
N2 = / ×
N2 = ×
|Output Current In A Transformer Calculator Input Values|
|Input current in the transformer (i1) A [Ampere]|
|Input voltage in the transformer (ΔV1) V [Volt]|
|Number of turns in the primary coil (N1)|
|Output voltage (ΔV2) V [Volt]|
|Efficiency of real transformer (e)|
|Power lost in the transformer (Plost) W [Watt]|
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This formula derives from the formula of power of an ideal transformer
This formula derives from
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