Definition of Step-down transformer

1. Noun. A transformer that reduces voltage.

Generic synonyms: Transformer



Lexicographical Neighbors of Step-down Transformer

stentoriously
stentorophonic
stentors
stentour
stentours
stents
step
step-
step-aunt
step-aunts
step-by-step
step-cousin
step-cousins
step-dance
step-down
step-down transformer (current term)
step-father
step-fathers
step-in
step-ins
step-nephew
step-nephews
step-niece
step-nieces
step-sibling
step-siblings
step-through
step-throughs
step-thru
step-uncle

Literary usage of Step-down transformer

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1911)
"Since the high-tension winding of this step- down transformer has a total ... The records are taken on the low-tension side of the step-down transformer, ..."

2. Electrical Engineer (1892)
"Referring to the step-down transformer (', it will be noticed that the junctions of the ... for step-down transformer C primary coil (high pressure). ..."

3. General Lectures on Electrical Engineering by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1918)
"return over the open-circuit reactance of the step-down transformer, and is limited thereby to a negligible value. If, however, the secondaries of the ..."

4. General Lectures on Electrical Engineering by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1918)
"return over the open-circuit reactance of the step-down transformer, and is limited thereby to a negligible value. If, however, the secondaries of the ..."

5. General Lectures on Electrical Engineering by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1908)
"The triple frequency voltage from line to ground would be eliminated by short circuiting it in this manner, by Y delta connection of step-down transformer ..."

6. The Microscope: An Introduction to Microscopic Methods and to Histology by Simon Henry Gage (1920)
"HEADLIGHT LAMP-HOUSE, WIRING AND step-down transformer. (About one eighth natural size.) D. Glass Window of daylight glass on the side of the lamp house to ..."

7. Alternating-current Electricity and Its Applications to Industry by William Henry Timbie, Henry Harold Higbie (1916)
"We have only to find the power delivered by the step-down transformer to the ... Inductive reactive power taken by each step-down transformer: 70.6' X 64.5 ..."

8. Alternating-current Electricity and Its Applications to Industry: Second Course by William Henry Timbie, Henry Harold Higbie (1916)
"We have only to find the power delivered by the step-down transformer to the ... Inductive reactive power taken by each step-down transformer: 70.62 X 64.5 ..."

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