I reclaimed a transformer from an old scrap inverter. It is a Juta 150 W inverter similar to the one below
The transformer have absolutely no information on it, so it is difficult to know what wattage I can expect from it. I have tested the transformer, with 220VAC on the primary (which was the secondary for the inverter, it is two yellow wires). The secondary, which has two black wires, one on the left and one on the right, and one red wire which is a center tap) have the following output voltages:
Between the center tap, any of the two black wires I get 12VAC,
Between the the two black wires I get 24VAC.
Is it safe to say the maximum power I can draw from the transformer is 150W, or is there other components inside the transformer that limits the amount of power that can be drawn from it. Does any one actually know what transformer it is and what the real value is.
Lastly, if any one came across this transformers before, there are two greyish white wires that come out of the transformer between the two yellow wires which I now use as primary. I do not get any voltage from it, and the resistance is 133 kilo ohms. Any one have any idea what those wires might be