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wich is input and wich is out put? Answered

On a hand wound transformer for a joule thif wich is the input and wich is the output primary in? secoundary out?, also does it matter if the thick wire (primary) is on the bottom with the thinner (secoundary) is on the top?

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iceng

Best Answer 4 years ago

See my pics.

The thicker wire is the output and technically considered the secondary.

Who's on top matters very little.

In most production transformers the thicker wire is wound on top to prevent mechanical damage to the fine wire.

See the four winding styles each is done for a particular advantage.

JT101.PNGJT-ed1.JPGFourWindings.jpg
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bushman9iceng

Answer 4 years ago

Thanks for your input! I shall correct my errors. I have another question if you dint mind, If I use 3. 100 ohm resistors all in series will that give me the 300 ohm resistance I want?

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icengbushman9

Answer 4 years ago

Yes three 100 ohm resistors in series, simply add up to 300 ohms.

While you are at it if this was helpful, a click on the best answer would be appreciated.

BTW three 100 ohm resistors in parallel are 33 1/3 ohms.

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bushman9iceng

Answer 4 years ago

Thank's again! I clicked on that best answer I'm new to all this stuff and am learnning on my own, so I ask kinda dum questions thanks for your answers. what does clicking best answer do??