# Where to locate timing marks of tmx 155, and how to do it?

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

using the formula P= E x I will guide you to use the next formulas:
2. Voltage and Turns in Coil:
Voltage (p) x Turns (s) = Voltage (s) x Turns (p)
or Ep x Ts = Es x Ip

A. Ep = Es x Ip
Ts

B. Ts = Es x Tp
Ep

C. Tp = Ep x Ts
Es

D. Es = Ep x Ts
Tp

3. Amperes and Turns in Coil:
Amperes (p) x Turns (p) = Amperes (s) x Turns (s)
or Ip x Tp = Is x Ts

A. Ip = Is x Ts
Tp

B. Tp = Is x Ts
Ip

C. Ts = Ip x Tp
Is

D. Is = Ip x Tp
Ts

God bless you

Posted on Jul 01, 2012

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