Question about Heating & Cooling
Assuming L1 terminals are the 110 V output and L2 are the 220V output, then the theoretical 440V input current for a 100% efficient , i.e. lossless, transformer would be 17.5 amperes.if the secondaries are delivering the specified currents. More realistically the input current might be 2 to 5% higher since transformer generally run at 95 to 98% efficiency. 18.5 amperes would be an approx result.
Amps at 440 V = ((16 x 110) +(27 x 220)) /440
Posted on Apr 18, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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