Power transformers are high voltage transformers that are installed at various power stations for power generation and transmission. They could either be step-up or step-down, depending upon whether your application requires to increase or decrease the incoming power. Distribution transformers are, on the other hand, those transformers that step down the voltage and current level of a transmission line, according to the level already set.
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Transformers are versatile electrical equipment used to transfer electrical energy between two or more circuits. A varying current in one coil produces a varying magnetic flux, which induces a varying electromotive force across the second coil wound around the same core. Thus, with the help of a transformer, electrical energy can be transferred between the two coils, without having a metallic connection between the circuits. Transformers have found their usage in all kinds of industries like industrial, commercial, aerospace, medical, electronics, audio, and more. In fact, they are also used in domestic and residential applications. All in all, transformers are a vital part of almost every electric and electronic appliance. Transformers have thus made our lives very easy and simple.
Isolation transformers, like every other kind of transformer, is used to transfer electric power from an alternating current power source to a device, with the difference being that in this case, the powered-up device will be isolated from the power source for safety reasons. With this setup, not only is the device kept safe, but the operators assigned to handle and manage the operations are also protected against possible accidents and hazards. The main principle on which isolation transformers work is isolating the various sections of electrical systems in order to halt the flow of current, with no direct path of conduction. However, energy is still exchanged between various sections via electromagnetic waves, induction, or capacitance. All in all, isolation transformers keep blocking DC signal transmission from one circuit to another, while allowing AC components to pass by.
Transformers are static electrical devices that transfer AC electric power from one circuit to another at a constant frequency, while increasing or decreasing the voltage, as required by the equipment. The process that helps such transfer is electromagnetic induction.