Effortlessly determine the total number of turns in the primary coil of a transformer using our online Number of Turns in a Transformer Coil Calculator.

The quantity of turns in a transformer coil is crucial in its DC resistance. A higher number of turns leads to elevated resistance, reducing the current for a constant power supply. Moreover, the coil’s magnetic field is directly linked to the number of turns (explicitly per inch) and the current flowing through it. Please use our intuitive online calculator to effortlessly calculate the total number of turns in the primary coil of a transformer. Just input the required values and click the calculate button to obtain precise results.

## Number of Turns in a Transformer Coil formula

T_{e} = 1/(4.44 × F × M × A)

T = T_{e} × V

**Where:**

- T
_{e}= Turns per Volts - T = Total Number of Turns
- M = Magnetic flux
- A = Area of Core
- F = Operating Frequency
- V = Voltage