This article will take you through all about the Isolation Transformer Equation. An **isolation transformer** is a very simple structured transformer. It has the same number of turns between primary and secondary terminals. That’s why it transfers the same current, voltage, and frequency to the secondary airports from the AC-connected source. It is also called a 1:1 equational transformer.

## Equation of an Isolation Transformer

We know the Isolation transformer has the same number of turns ratio in both terminals. In this figure, the winding wrapped around the primary core has Np_{ }turns, and the secondary has Ns turns.

The relationship of primary (V_{1}) and secondary voltage (V_{2}) and the floating of the primary ( I_{1}) and secondary ( I_{2}) current is shown in the equation of Np = Ns, V_{1} = V_{2}, and I_{1} = I_{2}. An isolation transformer is also called a:a=1:1 equational transformer. The equation mostly depends on **Isolation Transformer voltage** as well.

The details of the equation of the isolation transformer are given below with pictures:

## EMF Equation of an Isolation Transformer

Electromagnetic force (EMF) is the central theme of the isolation transformer because it has no physical wire connection with both terminals. The EMF equation is given below, which might help you know about isolation transformers appropriately.

**Here is E∞N**

It is necessary to calculate the AC power source and secondary load, and EMF for the isolation transformer when it is working. I guess that understanding the Isolation Transformer Equation isn’t that significant dead; reread this article to be more precise.