Electrical transformer is a term referring to an electrical device used to raise or lower the voltage of alternating current. For instance, power is transported over long distances in high voltage power lines and then transformers lower the voltage so that the power can be used by household appliances.

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"Electrical transformers" is in the CPC Code "46121"
Electrical transformers

"Electrical transformers" is in the HS Code "8504.31"
- -- Having a power handling capacity not exceeding 1 kVA
Electrical transformers (excl. dielectric) having a power handling cap. not >1kVA

Ref: 120609/2006-09-19

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