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Transformer parameters
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Hello,

I am planning to simulate a 120 V AC voltage source that is reduced to a 6.3 V RMS by means of a step down transformer. This voltage will be converted to DC using a Diode. I will use a Capacitor as a filter to smooth out the variations after the diode. I need some help to edit the Transformer parameters. I do not know what to put on the blanks corresponding to N, L_PRI (H), R_PRI (Ohms), R_SEC (Ohms). I thought I have to use the parameters from the equation: V2 = (N2/N1) V1 where V2 would be my 6.3 Volts, V1 my 120 Volts, and N1, N2 the turns in the primary and secondary respectively. Please advise.

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
References:
https://www.circuitlab.com/forums/basic-electronics/topic/3uzy2ajp/transformer-parameters/

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