Transformer

Transformer

A transformer is a device used for converting the voltage of electric current.

Physics

Keywords

transformer, induction, primary, secondary, coil, iron core, transfer line, alternating current, insulator, flux, power supply, pole, network, energy, current, voltage, amperage, energy exchange, electricity, electron, electro, machine, electric, physics

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  • - The voltage is typically 120 kV. Electric overhead lines are supported by 25-40 m (82-131.2 ft) tall steel structures (towers) and transmit electric power outside residential areas, between transformer stations.

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