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How do you know the voltage of a coil?

The first thing you need to do is divide the primary volts by the number of turns. If you know the number of turns in the secondary, you can use the primary current of 1.6: 150 to calculate the 150 secondary turns. You have determined that the secondary voltage is more than 120 V.

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