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whats the highest voltage transformers have ( less than 60v)? Answered

i work on magnetic wire which gets heated when voltage runs through and i wanna know the highest voltage which must be less than 60 v a transformer can achieve

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steveastroukBest Answer (author)2010-11-12

Do you mean voltage...or current, either way, the output current and voltage are infinitely adjustable when designing the transformer.

Steve

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phevtron (author)2010-11-13

i search old devices for transformers so no i cant make one i use the transformer by pluging it in a socket and the 12v output runs through the wire which gets heated , i make some heaters this way ,but in a case i want many cms of wire so it doesnt get heated enough, i wanna know the voltage of transformers ( in electrical devices u can buy or steal)which must be less than 60 volts and more than 12. phevos

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steveastrouk (author)phevtron2010-11-13

Work out the resistance of the heater, then work out the transformer you need.

Steve

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orksecurity (author)2010-11-12

The highest voltage less than 60V is 59.999999999......

A transformer "can achieve" any voltage you like, depending on what voltage you put into it and the specific transformer construction.

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