# How do you make a microwave transformer electromagnet?

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## Is there an electromagnet in a microwave?

The Magic Magnetron

Each passing spoke provides a negative charge to the cavity between the plates, which then falls off until the next spoke arrives. The rise and fall creates an electromagnetic field in the cavities that oscillates at 2.45 gigahertz. And that’s how microwaves are born.

## How do you make a small powerful electromagnet?

Putting a piece of iron or steel inside the coil makes the magnet strong enough to attract objects. The strength of an electromagnet can be increased by increasing the number of loops of wire around the iron core and by increasing the current or voltage.

## How does a microwave electromagnet work?

Microwave ovens work by using 2.45 GHz frequency electromagnetic waves know as microwaves to heat the water in food. Water absorbs the energy from the electromagnetic waves and turns that energy into thermal motions causing the temperature of the food to increase.

## What are microwave transformers made of?

A high-frequency transformer for a microwave oven comprises: an E-shaped first core of ferrite of a low-voltage side; a primary winding wound around the first core over a coil bobbin; an E-shaped second core of ferrite of a high-voltage side disposed in opposition with the first core with a specific gap therebetween; a …

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## How many amps is a microwave transformer?

It usually puts out around 2,200V at 1 amp (2,200 watts); certainly more than enough to kill you, so… DO NOT make contact with the high voltage!

## How many volts does a microwave transformer produce?

A typical home microwave transformer has two secondary windings. One winding provides 3.1 to 3.2 volts, while the high voltage winding provides between 1800 – 2800 volts (average ~2200 volts). The low voltage output is used to light the filament in the microwave-generating vacuum tube (called a magnetron).

## How can you make a electromagnet with a 9V battery?

Wrap the wire around the nail for as many adjacent turns as the length will allow. Wrap it tightly, so that each loop of wire touches the next. Leave enough wire on each end to ensure that you will be able to splice the ends of the wire to the stripped ends of the wires from the 9V battery connector clip.

## How do I make my solenoid stronger?

The strength of the magnetic field around a solenoid can be increased by:

1. increasing the number of turns on the coil.
2. increasing the current.
3. placing an iron core inside the solenoid.

## What is the world’s strongest electromagnet?

The strongest continuous manmade magnetic field, 45 T, was produced by a hybrid device, consisting of a Bitter magnet inside a superconducting magnet. The resistive magnet produces 33.5 T and the superconducting coil produces the remaining 11.5 T.