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Transformer

THE SMALL ONE ON THE GROUND

  THE MEDIUM ONE

THE LARGE ONE

ROLE OF THE TRANSFORMER

The coils of an electrical transformer are made of winding or spires. If the primary coil has more than a second number of spins, the voltage delivered by the electrical transformer is lower than that provided by the electrical grid. This is the principle that is used in local processing stations to move from high voltage to medium or low voltage (12 to 240 volts). It is also the same principle that is used in the battery chargers of our phones or the electric transformer for LED tapes.

The study also carried out on different types of electrical transformers complements the reflections that one can have:

It should be noted that if the average vibrational levels noted, all electrical powers combined, there is no negative vibrational rate either at the foot of these equipments or therefore logically in their direct range (in the maximum 30 to 100 meters). Looking at the energy values of nearby dwellings, (see next strand) we note that although low and still in proportion to the power of these transmitters, they seem to be relatively less impacted, cannibalized than by high voltage lines for example.

HE ONE HANGING FROM THE POLE