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Old 27th November 2002, 04:24 PM   #1
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Default Toroid Transformer 2 x 24V @ 4A ea

Single 115 VAC Primary. $20 US + Shipping from Canton, Ohio 44646. I have 4 to sell. Approx 4 pounds each. PayPal or MO preferred.

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Old 4th December 2002, 08:34 PM   #2
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I take it then that it is a 300 VA Transformer?

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2 * 24 * 4 = 200...
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2 * 24 * 4 = 200...
Actually is 2*24 * 8 as the secondaries supply 4 amps each. This would make it 384VA

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Actually is 2*24 * 8 as the secondaries supply 4 amps each. This would make it 384VA

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Then I am completely lost. If I have 2 secondaries at 24 V and they each supply 4 A as stated then I can't see how that could be anything but roughly 200 VA. Where do you get the 8 A from? One secondary at 24 V and 4 A is 96 VA and the other one the same. That is 192 VA is it not?
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I think it is total capacity, Total Voltage times Total Current supplied. If you tied the two secondaries together to get 48 Volts x I..... oh yeah 192 Watts. I stand corrected.. by myself..that's a first.

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Guys, the transformer weights 4 pounds = 1.8 kg (approx.). A 300 VA modern transformer weights about 2.3-2.6 kg. => your transformer = 200 VA
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Guys, the transformer weights 4 pounds = 1.8 kg (approx.). A 300 VA modern transformer weights about 2.3-2.6 kg. => your transformer = 200 VA
Well that's scientific!

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Old 17th December 2002, 10:54 PM   #10
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You're correct - around 200 VA. All have been sold.

I have a couple of 8 Amp transformers left. I'm guessing they weigh around 6.5 lbs.



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