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What is an exciting or excitation current?

A transformer exciting current is the current or amperes required to energize the core. Even with zero load, a transformer will draw a small amount of current due to internal loss. The excitation current is made up of two components. The real component in the form of losses that are commonly referred to as no-load losses. The second form is reactive power measured in KVAR.

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