Electrical: Transformer Testing

A transformer converts a generally high input to a lower output, transforming a primary current into a secondary current of an appropriate power level for sending the current into the residential and commercial worlds. Transformer testing verifies the important qualities of a transformer, notably that the output, or secondary current, requires precise amplitude, polarity and phase for accurate protection and controlled metering. Measuring the phase and ratio displacement, magnetization curve and winding resistance are a few other factors transformer testing will reveal.  Read more on Transformer Testing Applications