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Input and output of my transformer.? Answered

I have bought a heavy duty transformer but  input and output wires are not attached to it, so please help me to select the input and output points to solder wire.
I have attached an image of it too.

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tractorman44

3 years ago

A hint: Terminal designations (if any) with an 'X' are typically the transformed voltages...i.e. X1, X2,X3, X4. Different output voltages are sometimes received by specific jumpering of the terminals.

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Wired_Mist

4 years ago

Call whoever you bought it from, and ask for a diagram. If they don't give you one don't go there anymore !

What I would usually do it connect the main wires, then us a multi-meter to check the voltages. Are there any other Tags or marks you can take a pic of? Really we need to info before you get a real answer. Good luck !

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rickharris

4 years ago

You need to show the full face of the transformer so people can read what it says.

In general the input windings will be heavier wire than the output.

the outputs may be many to give different voltage outputs where as the input will be 2 or 3 connections for 240 or 110 volts input.