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Define the Ideal Transformer?
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An ideal transformer is a fantasy transformer in which no losses happen at all. In another language, the transformer Input authority is equivalent to the output authority of the transformer, i.e. they have 100% competence. It is just a hypothetical transformer because there must be some losses in a genuine transformer.

Transformer input Power = Transformer Output Power.

PIN = POUT.
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