# Which of the following is constant in transformer?

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## Which is constant in transformer?

A transformer changes Voltages and current but the power remains constant but that is case only for ideal transformer, in general there is loss in power in form of heat , sound , vibrations, eddy currents , etc . Only the frequency remains constant. Was this answer helpful?

## Which of the following is constant in an ordinary transformer?

Explanation: As we know, the transformer has primarily two types of losses Iron loss and copper loss. Iron loss is always constant, whereas copper losses are varying with a load.

## Which is constant in step down transformer?

For an ideal step-down transformer, power is constant for both the coils.

## Why is frequency constant in transformer?

It is clear that the frequency of output/induced voltage Vin is ω which is same as that of the input current. Hence, in a transformer, the frequency remains unchanged (constant) as flux changes.

## Why is power constant in a transformer?

Why power does not change in a Transformer? Due to some losses such as Copper Loss, Iron Loss Input Power and Output power does not exactly the same in a Transformer. … As the Increasing and decreasing of voltage and current depends upon the turns ratio of the transformer that is why Power remain constant.

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## Which of following is type test on transformer?

Type tests of transformer includes : 1. Transformer winding resistance measurement 2. Transformer ratio test. 3.

## Is power a constant?

Power is a scalar quantity and can be positive, zero, or negative depending on the sign of work. … The instantaneous power of a constant applied force is the product of the component of the force in the direction of motion and the instantaneous velocity of the moving object.

## What is the use of CT and PT?

CT and PT both are measuring devices used to measure currents and voltages. They are used where large quantities of currents and voltages are used. The role of CT and PT is to reduce high current and high voltage to a parameter.