Turns of a wire is the number of times a wire is wrapped around the armature. In simplest terms, a single wind will give you generally more punch and a higher wind will give a progressively smoother pickup and a bit more top speed. Both winds and turns also affect run time, a higher number of turns and single wind will give you more run time. Given here is the number of turns of a coil formula for calculating both the total number of turns and turns per volts.

T = T

Where,

T

T = Total Number of Turns

M = Magnetic flux

A = Area of Core

F = Operating Frequency

V = Voltage

Number of Turns of a Coil formula is given for both total number of turns and turns per volts. Turns per volts formula is derived as (1/(4.44 x F x M x A)) where F = Operating frequency, M = Magnetic flux and A = Area of core. Total number of turns formula is defined as ( Turns per volts x voltage).