secondary voltage

secondary voltage

[′sek·ən‚der·ē ¦vōl·tij]
(electromagnetism)
The voltage across the secondary winding of a transformer.

secondary voltage

Low voltage, distributed to the different circuits within a building.
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Also the secondary voltage is not induced by the changing magnetic field of the primary, but by the wave front of the magnetic pulses travelling upwards.
In passive drivers a step-down transformer is used to reduce the line voltage and the secondary voltage is then rectified and filtered with an electrolytic capacitor.
The beam intensity and secondary voltage were recorded for 30 sparking events at each (x,y) position.
HSVM also has the same condition and therefore, to decrease the number of stages, a transformer whose secondary voltage is twice of those for BVM and SPNVM could be used.
The insulation primary to secondary voltage is 2.4 kV, a good signal for a less-loss full transformer.
It is not directly a power loss, but results in inferior voltage regulation causing the secondary voltage not to be directly proportional to the primary voltage, particularly under heavy load transformers are therefore normally designed to have very low leakage inductance
The choice of the controller settings is discussed in some detail and examples of performance are given, combining the above remedial action with capacitor switching and secondary voltage control.
Conventional iron loss measurement uses Epstein frame and is based on the principle of applying a sinusoidal voltage to the primary (or the excitation) coil while measuring the induced voltage (secondary voltage) and the leakage current.
Active and Reactive Power 25 kVA Energy 25 to 75 kWh Secondary Voltage 240/120 V Battery Li-ion Round-Trip Energy Efficiency > 85% Dimensions (CES only) 50" L x 34" W x 31" H Weight (CES only) Approximately 750 lb Table 1.
It increases its secondary voltage during coasting and braking phases, producing more electric power.
where [U,.sub.20] is the secondary voltage reduced to the primary, corresponding to the idle running regime, [I.sub.10] is the complex expression of current [i.sub.10] passing through the primary winding in this case, called idle current.