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## Can 50 Hz transformers be used at lower frequencies?

50 Hz Transformer Operated on 5Hz If the frequency is too low, primary will have insufficient reactance and too much primary current will flow, producing considerable copper losses (P = I2R). The transformer may start to smoke and burn with blast leading to dangerous fire.

## When a 50 Hz transformer is operated at 400 Hz its KVA rating is?

If magnetizing current goes beyond certain limit, the transformer core may saturate. Therefore, it is required to reduce applied voltage along with frequency in same proportion to keep the magnetizing current same. This will reduce applied voltage (400/50 = 8) by 8 times and thus its KVA rating too will reduce 8 times.

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## Can a 50Hz transformer be used for 25 Hz?

Electrical Engineering Objective Questions { Transformers } Can a 50 Hz transformer be used for 25 Hz, if the input voltage is maintained constant at the rated vale corresponding to 50 Hz? A. Yes. Since the voltage is constant, current levels will not changed.

## Can a 50Hz transformer run on 60Hz?

50 Hz transformer can be used for 60 Hz operation, but reverse operation (i.e 60 Hz Xfrmr on 50 Hz operation) will result in damaging the transformer. Therefore, a transformer designed to run at 50Hz will simply run cooler at 60Hz. But one designed only for 60Hz may overheat if subjected to 50Hz.

## Can I use a 60 Hz device in a 50 Hz power frequency?

Electrical machines designed for 50Hz can usually work safely in 60Hz power supply, but not applicable to 60Hz machines to be run in 50Hz power supply. It is not always easy to just change the machine or equipment to rated frequency considering the FINANCIAL BURDEN that comes with it.

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## When a 200hz transformer is operated at 50hz kVA rating is?

So, the rating current will be 125 KVA.

## Can a 60 Hz transformer be used at 50 Hz?

A 60 Hz transformer will work fine at 50 Hz if you de-rate it for voltage. Thus, a simple isolation transformer with 1:1 turns ratio, designed for 220V service at 60 Hz, will work fine at 50 Hz if you keep the voltage on its windings at or below 5/6 of 220V, or about 180V.

## Is it OK to increase the frequency of a Transformers?

Increasing the frequency is allowed from 50 to 60 hertz on most American made industrial type transformers. You are lessening the burden on the core steel. Voltage and Currents are separate issues from a frequency change of 50 Hz to 60 Hz.

## What is the core density of a 50 Hz transformer?

Say 400 V primary (secondary doesn’t matter), with a volts per turn at 50 Hz) such that the core flux density is 1.5 Tesla. This will give certain core losses, of which a good portion is Hysteresis – plus copper losses of course.

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## Which is better 50 Hz or 60 Hz?

There is no “best” frequency or voltage. Everything requires some trade-off in performance or manufacturability.In historically 50 Hz and 60 Hz is relatively same than low frequency 25 Hz or high