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  1. FiFtHeLeMeNt

    FiFtHeLeMeNt

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    Hi Guys :)
    Can anyone help to identify the output voltage of this transformer ?
    It belongs to an andis hair clipper charger. its input voltage is 110v which I connected it to 220v and it got burned. now I need to replace it.
    As you can see in the picture its code is PI-66-101 12 12. I thought it may be some type of coding which someone knows about it.
    I have tried to contact manufacturer for 1 month, but there has been no help :(
    I would appreciate if someone can help me.
    Regards
     

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  2. Elecbegginner

    Elecbegginner

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    the output is probably 12v and 24v (12+12)
     
  3. davenn

    davenn Moderator

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    Not sure how you came to that conclusion
    it appears to be a 2 wire primary and a 2 wire secondary

    to the OP can you please provide a pic of the side where the black twin wire is coming out
    so we can confirm the existance of a centre tap terminal or not :)
    Also .... which wires were going to the mains supply ... the red/blue or the black twin ??
    I'm assuming the rd/bl

    Dave
     
  4. Elecbegginner

    Elecbegginner

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    Its wrote on the transformer , could be two 12v coupled to deliver 24v.
     
  5. davenn

    davenn Moderator

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    there's no centretap indicated
    hence why I asked for other pics

    my earlier comment stands, barring further info

    Dave
     
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