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## How do you calculate voltage output?

The current flowing out of the power supply is just the **voltage (5 volts) divided by total resistance, I=V/R**, so: I=5R+RLED.

## Where is the output of a transformer?

Output Connections – The output side or **secondary side of the** transformer is where the electrical power is sent to the load.

## How do you find the primary voltage of a transformer?

Transformer current calculations:

The primary voltage is **equal to the product of the secondary voltage and primary current divided by secondary current**. The secondary voltage is equal to the product of the primary voltage and primary current divided by secondary current.

## How do you calculate Vo in a circuit?

**To find the voltage at Vo, start at either end and add or subtract the voltage drop across the resistor.**

- If we start at the 10V end: Vo = 10 – 3.58 = 6.42 V.
- If we start at the -2V end: Vo = -2 + 8.42 = 6.42 V.

## What is voltage output?

The output voltage is **the voltage released by a device**, such as a voltage regulator or a generator. Voltage regulators maintain constant voltage levels. … A conductor carries the output voltage to various destinations, such as homes and businesses.

## How do I calculate current?

The current is the ratio of the potential difference and the resistance. It is represented as (I). The current formula is given as **I = V/R**. The SI unit of current is Ampere (Amp).