Suppose we have a 2200/220 V non-ideal transformer.
Based on the image below of a non-ideal transformer, would 2200V be the primary terminal voltage (V1) or the primary induced voltage (E1)?
Similarly, is 220V the secondary induced voltage (E2) or the secondary terminal voltage (V2).
If neither, could someone explain what this rating is about?
I came across this explanation in my search, that this means that if 2200V is applied to the primary winding, then 220V is induced in the secondary. Now, my understanding of "applied to the primary winding" refers to the primary terminal voltage (V1) rather than the primary induced voltage.
I am really confused about this voltage rating for the transformers and any information is welcome.