[AMPS] Question About Correct Phase for 240V Transformer Primary Windings ???
Mark S Graalman
Fri, 18 Aug 2000 11:23:48 -0400
Hook the primary windings up in parallel, if you
have the phase wrong there will be no voltage
output. Might be a good idea for safety sake to
feed the primary with a low voltage transformer rather
than full line voltage.
> Hi Fellas, A question for you High Voltage Transformer Guru's. I
> have an
> unlabeled transformer. I have found the primary windings. This
> can be powered by 120 or 240 volts. Heres the question. How can you
> tell the
> phase of the windings in order to properly set up for 240 operation.
> I'm not
> sure if this will help determine it but the pig tails of the
> windings are
> Brown/Black and the other is Blue/Yellow. As always any help would
> appreciated... Thanks, Kurt, K3KL...
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