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Creating center tap from two transformers
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Old 18th August 2011, 02:22 PM   #21
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Let's clear things up.
If the outputs are 2-legged only, then you will need two transformers to attain a center tapped configuration.
No problem to parallel the inputs under 220 or 230V, since this is the way everything gets connected after inserting a plug to the mains in the wall.
Connecting outputs in series has been discussed earlier in this thread, so no need to tell the whole story once again.
All the way, feel free to post your doubts. Also actual pictures will help a lot!
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