An X-ray machine operates from a 220V supply. The machine power is 800W and the supply must also supply six 24W, 220V indicator lights.

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1) What is the total power required?

2) What is the current drawn from the 220V supply?

3) A transformer with 250 turns in its primary is used to obtain the X-ray tube voltage of 40 kV, how many turns should there be in the secondary winding?

4) What is the current in the secondary coil?

5) Draw a circuit diagram showing the transformer and the supplies to the machine and indicator lights.

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For the first question, we will just find the connected load to the 220Volt supply.

Machine power is 800W and there are six 24W, 220V indicator lights

total Power = 800 + 6*24 = 944 W --- Ans

This is the total power required.

As a total of 944 W is connected to a 220V supply, the value of the current can be calculated using ...

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