I am creating a power supply as a small project. I am planning on using two transformers (in parallel) to create a positive rail and a negative rail. Will this cause a problem ?
I have researched online and found that the transformers can be connected in parallel given that they have the same number of turns and are in phase.
Both the transformers will be connected to the same AC outlet thus I assume they would be in phase ?
Also both the transformers are 220VAC to 12VAC , but one of them is rated for 1 A(planning to use that for +ve rail) while the other is rated for 500mA. Will this cause a problem ?. I assume not since they would both have the same no of turns (the 1 A transformer may have thicker windings ?)
If there will be a problem , is there any way to connect two transformers to the same AC source ?.
I have attached the schematic below if it helps.
Thanks for your help :)
PS : Is my schematic correct? I think this is how to create a negative voltage rail.
Edit : Fixed typos, reworded a part of the question