A student wants to create a 6.0V DC battery from a 1.5V DC battery. Can this be done using a transformer alone

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A student wants to create a 6.0V DC battery from a 1.5V DC battery. Can this be done using a transformer alone

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MichaelMet 5 months 2021-08-09T14:45:44+00:00 1 Answers 10 views 0

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    2021-08-09T14:47:34+00:00

    Answer:

    Therefore, we need an invert, and a rectifier, along with the transformer to do the job.

    Explanation:

    A transformer, alone, can not be used to convert a DC voltage to another DC voltage. If we apply a DC voltage to the primary coil of the transformer, it will act as short circuit due to low resistance. It will cause overflow of current through winding, resulting in overheating pf the transformer.

    Hence, the transformer only take AC voltage as an input, and converts it to another AC voltage. So, the output voltage of a transformer is also AC voltage.

    So, in order to convert a 6 V DC to 1.5 V DC we need an inverter to convert 6 V DC to AC, then a step down transformer to convert it to 1.5 V AC, and finally a rectifier to convert 1.5 V AC to 1.5 V DC.

    Therefore, we need an invert, and a rectifier, along with the transformer to do the job.

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