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Old 1st November 2003, 10:30 AM   #1
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Question How to wind a transformer for multiple output?

As subject.. what's the correct way to wind a transformer to have multiple output? For example...
Input: +12
Output: +/- 15; +/-20

Is correct to wind a secondary for each voltage or is correct to wind a secondary with a "break" at the voltage needed?
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Old 1st November 2003, 04:38 PM   #2
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Either works fine. Separate windings have the additional
advantage of flexibility, otherwise, they perform the same.
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