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  • 23rd April 2012 10:20 PM
    arunsatbir

    Re: What is the difference between Normal transformer and No Load transformer in physics?

    Transformers-
    the no-load voltage is the voltage across the secondary or primary.when there is no load attached to the secondary,that is, when there is no current in the secondary.
    No-load current really only makes sense when talking about a motor, because current is flowing when the device even when it's not under load. A rule of thumb is the no-load current is about a third to one half the full-load current.
  • 11th December 2011 02:31 PM
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    What is the difference between Normal transformer and No Load transformer in physics?

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    What is the difference between Normal transformer and No Load transformer in physics?

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