Transformation Ratio | current transformer,potential transformer

This page mentions Transformation Ratio definition. It mentions Transformation Ratio formula or equation for current transformer and potential transformer.

Transformation Ratio

Transformation Ratio is the ratio of magnitude of the primary phasor to the secondary phasor. This term is used in instrument transformer.
➤ R = |Primary Phasor| / |Secondary Phasor|

Transformation Ratio for current transformer

It is the ratio of primary winding current and secondary winding current.
➤ R = primary winding current/secondary winding current

Transformation Ratio for potential transformer

It is the ratio of primary winding voltage and secondary winding voltage.
➤ R = primary winding voltage/secondary winding voltage

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