What Is a Step up Transformer?

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A step up transform increased input voltage in a circuit. A transformer is a simple passive device created from wound coils of wire on two separate circuits. Constructing it with fewer wire coils on the output as compared to the input, the output voltage is increased proportionately.
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A step up transformer is type of electrical transformer that converts small output of electrical current into a much higher voltage output.
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1. Strip two long (around two feet each) coated wires at the ends. The wires need not be the same length, but should be the same in all other respects (same coating, same width, same
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Number of turns. I assume that you have a phasor diagram of a transformer, and wish to identify the primary phasors and the secondary phasors? For a. three-phase transformer. this
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( ′step¦əp tranz′för·mər ) (electricity) Transformer in which the energy transfer is from a low-voltage winding to a high-voltage winding
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