low-voltage winding

low-voltage winding

[′lō ¦vōl·tij ′wīnd·iŋ]
(electromagnetism)
The coil of wire wound around the core of a power transformer which has the smaller number of turns, and therefore the lower voltage.
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hv] in each pulse, it is required to minimize inductances of dissipation of high-voltage and low-voltage winding ([L.
These transformers can be engineered with two low-voltage windings, which enable the user to connect two inverters, helping to decrease the operating cost and initial investment.

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