center tap

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center tap

[′sen·tər ‚tap]
(electricity)
A terminal at the electrical midpoint of a resistor, coil, or other device. Abbreviated CT.
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By employing a push-pull switching topology to drive a center-tapped transformer, the LT1533 significantly reduces the ripple current observed at the converter's input.