Think of transforms - they can be designed in many configurations.
Some have loose windings and others have tight coupling between them.
They can be in I, H, 8 or other configurations. I have seen single phase
in complex modes that have internal boost/bucking windings to add or subtract.
If a winding is wound over another, the outer winding will have less magnetic
field than the one on the metal itself.
I have a set of 6 transforms in my shop. I step up and boost the three phases
I generate from a rotary 220 unit. My transformers are over sized from what
I did as I over engineered it for two machines running full bore.
I use one not two. And I run 1 or 2 motors not 3 on that one.
Martin H. Eastburn
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IHMSA and NRA Metallic Silhouette maker & member.
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Ah, I seem to remember that the primary on my Sansui 8080db receiver was the
first winding. Sure didn't care for having to rewind the darn thing, damn
idiot they moved into my room in the barracks saw a stereo that was
unplugged and just had to plug it in. Power transistors were out due to
failure and the leads to them were loose. D*ckhead managed to fry the
Not sure where the First Sergeant transferred this jerk to, hope it sucked.
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