turns ratio

turns ratio

[′tərnz ‚rā·shō]
(electricity)
The ratio of the number of turns in a secondary winding of a transformer to the number of turns in the primary winding.
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Tenders are invited for Supply, erection, testing and commissioning of 5KV motorised megger, oil testing machine and transformer turns ratio meter
Beside the duty cycle another design factor is provided to enlarge the voltage gain in proportion to the winding turns ratio.
In addition to basic measurements, these instruments also can determine the turns ratio and the mutual inductance between the primary and secondary coils.
Therefore, in this application the transformer turns ratio has to be selected for the converter to operate with minimum duty cycle under these operating conditions.
The TTR20, a complement to the world-renowned hand-cranked TTR, measures turns ratio, polarity and excitation current in single-phase and three-phase transformers, current and potential transformers as well as voltage regulators.
In addition, the lead set used with the MTO300 series instruments is the same as that used with Megger's three-phase transformer turns ratio test sets, which makes it possible to perform both resistance and turns ratio tests after making just one set of connections to the transformer.
0 milli henries and turns ratio of 1:1 while part numbers BX2259 and BX2353, have an inductance value of 5.
ON Semiconductor's proprietary fault processing circuitry allows high performance to be achieved with a single low turns ratio current transformer.
Tenders are invited for Three Phase Fully Automatic Digital Transformer Turns Ratio Meter
The 100:1 turns ratio reduces the 50-A full scale to 500 mA.
The turns ratio is determined by comparing output and input voltages after various losses have been accounted for.
Unlike the previous distortion effect, this occurrence is independent of excitation levels and turns ratio.