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Transformers 101: How They Work & How To Wire Them

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In this video, I'll talk about the basic fundamentals of a transformer. And also discuss how to configure a transformer for use in different applications.
- Schematix -

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Idiot toidi • 25 дней назад
Note: when disabling a microwave to salvage a transformer, discharge the capasitor by disconnecting it from the unit with insolated equipment. USE GLOVES AND A TOOL THAT IS NOT CONDUCTIVE.
When the capasitor is disconnected note that it is still charged and can be fatel.
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Danny Willis • 1 месяц назад
Thanks for the video.
I do have a question. Around the 11:00 mark you say that "you can't simply use a voltmeter to figure out the primary from secondary windings". Do you mean to say that you can't use a voltmeter to decipher which leads are which on the secondary coil?
In technicality, can it be assumed that the two wires at the back end (relative to the viewer) of the transformer are the primary and the four wires at the front end of the transformer are for the secondary?
Final question, if that is in fact not the case, could you at least use the "continuity" function on the voltmeter to correctly identify primary from secondary coils?
Thanks
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Joshua Gonzales • 1 месяц назад
Nice bro right to the point thank you for this I appreciate you sir!!!
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Oldscool Gaming. • 2 месяца назад
that was a great help just what i needed to know. thanks
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joshua43214 • 2 месяца назад
was I the only who cringed when he put his hand on the big capacitor?
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jakub rembacz • 3 месяца назад
my physics teacher told me to use a battery with my transformer, i don't think that he knows how a transformer works, it was entertaining to watch the entire class shorting out their equipment though.
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ELECTRO MEG • 3 месяца назад
why transformers have a lot of turn
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Anthony Cook • 3 месяца назад
What did you salvage that large transformer from? Thanks.
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Abe Coulter • 3 месяца назад
Where are you based. That accent sounds familiar
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Brad Dwc • 4 месяца назад
great video and awesome explanation , thank you !!
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ben king • 4 месяца назад
I understand the physics of the transformer, what I'm stuck on is, I stripped down a car battery charger and inside is a transformer with 6v and 14v outputs and that goes to a bridge rectifier, when I connect up a dc fan i took from a car cooling system, the bridge rectifier continually clicks on and of, so I get a clicking sound and fan powers on/ off/ on / off etc,
What's going wrong?
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joshua43214 • 2 месяца назад
The fan draws too much power for the transformer, and the over current safety is clicking in and out. You would need a pretty big charger to run a cooling fan.
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anthony lock • 4 месяца назад
my transformer has primary brown/blue and two secondary's red/black and vilot/white. I want to wire the secondary's in series. does it  matter if  red and vilot or red and white together... do the secondary's have a direction?
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Joseph G Krestan • 5 месяцев назад
Another great video. Thanks! Joe
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basit dogar • 5 месяцев назад
Thx alot. Ur super star.
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Doug Harvey • 6 месяцев назад
Great video and explanation thank you : )
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John Michael Stock • 6 месяцев назад
Did he make a video of how to correctly identify the windings he mentioned @ 12:15 ?
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custume • 6 месяцев назад
1 question, how & why the primary don't short
Also the voltage on Europe and Russia can reach 380V
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ELECTRO MEG • 3 месяца назад
because the secondary collects the electricity from the primary.And the secondary has two loose wires
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Bill Dalton • 6 месяцев назад
You explain power transformer, now and other video to explain current transformer please? Thanks
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fred bloggs • 6 месяцев назад
to much waffle saying nothing ' your video was not useful at all ' think about why people what to use these and then show some examples
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Brian Ogle • 7 месяцев назад
Awesome! Very informative☺had to rewind a couple times you got that thick British accent but that's cool
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