The interesting parameter for a mains transformer is the no-load current. For our mains transformers LL1648 — 51 the no load current is less than 100mA, indicating a no load impedance above 2kohms at 50 Hz. (corresponding to 6H) The no-load current should be compared to the full-load current, which for a 250VA transformer is around 1A. A 1:10 factor between no-load current and full load current is in my opinion quite acceptable.
I was measuring the Inductance of the primary coil of the LL1649. It measures around 2-3 H with the primary coil in series. In general what is the optimum required H value for the primary. Why do you want to measure the inductance of a mains transformer?
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