Electrical transformers are fundamental devices in the distribution of electrical energy. Their main function is to change the voltage of the electric current without altering the frequency. The transformer design consists of two wire coils, known as the primary coil and the secondary coil, wrapped around a magnetic core.
Designing electrical transformers involves determining the number of wire turns in each coil to achieve the desired transformation ratio. When current flows through the primary coil, it creates a magnetic field in the core that induces a current in the secondary coil. This allows for an increase or decrease in voltage according to the turns ratio between the coils.
Transformers are essential in transmitting electrical energy over long distances, as they enable voltage to be increased at the source and reduced again at the destination. Proper assembly of electrical transformers minimizes energy losses in the process.
At TEA, our commitment to transformer manufacturing ensures that these devices operate effectively, contributing to the reliable supply of electrical energy.