Step Down Transformer

  • Step Down Transformer Demonstration with wall plug.
  • The primary input is 220V AC, 50Hz; Output is 4, 6,8 and 12 Volts at 100 mA
  • Output connectors are standard 4mm sockets.
  • There is a power indicator on the base of the unit.

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Step down transformer

A step-down transformer is a type of transformer that reduces the voltage of an alternating current (AC) power supply. It does this by having more turns of wire in the secondary winding than in the primary winding. The ratio of the number of turns in the two windings determines the voltage ratio between the input and output.

Step down transformer

The core of a step-down transformer is made of a ferromagnetic material, such as iron or ferrite. The primary winding is wrapped around the core, and the secondary winding is wrapped around the primary winding. The two windings are not connected electrically.

When an alternating current is applied to the primary winding, it creates a magnetic field in the core. This magnetic field induces an alternating current in the secondary winding. The output voltage of the transformer is determined by the number of turns in the primary winding and the number of turns in the secondary winding.

The formula for calculating the output voltage of a step-down transformer is:

Output voltage = (Input voltage * Number of turns in secondary winding) / (Number of turns in primary winding)

For example, if the input voltage is 220 volts AC and the number of turns in the secondary winding is 10, the output voltage will be 22 volts AC.

Step-down transformers are used in a variety of applications, including:

  • To power electronic devices that require a lower voltage than the mains voltage, such as laptops, tablets, and mobile phones.
  • To provide a safe voltage for low-voltage lighting, such as Christmas lights.
  • To convert the voltage from one country to another, such as when traveling with electronic devices.