What is the structure of a transformer?

Answer Transformers are used in power distribution systems and many electronic devices. Transformers have two functions: they can step up or step down voltage and they can connect two circuits which opera... Read More »

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Can a 50 VA transformer replace a 40 VA transformer in a heat pump?

A 50 VA (volt-ampere) transformer can replace a 40 VA transformer in a heat pump. The new transformer can yield a maximum of 50 VA; however, it will only supply the power the heat pump demands. In ... Read More »

Organizational Chart--Tall Structure & Flat Structure?

Companies use the organizational chart to pictorially depict their prevailing hierarchies, work flow and authority-responsibility diagrams. Small companies use flat organizational charts and large ... Read More »

What Is a Furnace Transformer?

Furnace transformers convert a standard household to the voltage that the furnace itself uses to operate. In the United States, furnace transformers convert 110-volt power to 24 volts. This power i... Read More »

What is an electronic transformer?

A transformer is an electrical device. When AC voltage is applied to the input leads on a transformer, a variable electromagnetic field forms around the transformer core. This variable field induc... Read More »