Here we have a transformer with 10 times as many windings in the secondary (on the right) than in the primary (on the left). As a result, the voltage in the secondary is 10 times the primary voltage. (It's not exactly 100V because of resistance in the primary and imperfect coupling between the two windings.)
If the secondary were shorted (the resistor replaced with a wire), the primary current would be much greater, and the secondary current would be 1/10th of the primary current. -- Credits: Mr. Paul Falstad.
|Mohammad Rizwan said: (Jan 13, 2011)|
|Can you give me the circuit of common emitter amplifier with AC equivalent ?|
|Sher Hasan said: (Jul 9, 2011)|
|90 volt stepup to 220 volt|
|Prasanth said: (Jul 27, 2013)|
|10v can be stepped up to 220v?|
|Anand said: (Mar 14, 2014)|
|Convert low voltage to high voltage.|
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