output winding

output winding

[′au̇t‚pu̇t ‚wīnd·iŋ]
(electromagnetism)
Of a saturable reactor, a winding, other than a feedback winding, which is associated with the load, and through which power is delivered to the load.
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An auxiliary stator winding that is independent of the main output winding and dedicated solely for field excitation, is key to the new alternator technology, Kohler said.
This second detector is always replaced with a shorted inner/outer connector at the DF(H) or DF(L) output winding, and is completely removed on final bridge balance.
Voltage injectors VI(H) and VI(L) were added to the coaxial cables leaving the out ports Ot(H) and Ot(L), and the VI output windings were shorted.
The CST2020 Series current-sense transformers sense current up to 40 A over a frequency range of 400 Hz to 1 MHz and offer 4000-VRMS isolation voltage between the sense and output windings.
Designed to provide superior isolation, the M4L series of transformers provide more than 12mm creepage distance between the input and output windings.
For operational or functional isolation, the input and output windings are wound directly over one another on a ring core, relying on the thickness of the wire lacquer for isolation (Figure 1).
Another type of transformer construction is to wind the input and output windings over one another on a bobbin core (Figure 2).
With basic insulation, the input and output windings are not wound directly over one another, but are separated with a physical barrier, such as an insulating film (Figure 3).