What is the difference between an isolation transformer and an autotransformer?Johnson Electric Coil Company
By definition, the input and output windings of an isolation transformer are separate windings—physically isolated and electrically insulated from each other by distance, an insulation barrier, or both.
An autotransformer, on the other hand, is uniquely designed to accommodate the range of both the available input and required output voltages in a single winding. And because the “common” section of that single winding is shared between the input and output of the unit, there is no physical isolation or electrical insulation between them.
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