Re: 7 kv -at- 1 amp[ transformer
Subject: Re: 7 kv -at- 1 amp[ transformer
Date: Thu, 11 Apr 1996 06:02:46 -0500
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I>I have done quite a bit with 6000 VAC. The first problem you will
I>into is getting the gap(s) to fire reliably. It seems that the gaps
I>build up oxidation and there is enough resistance to cause grief.
I>as I would get the gap opened enough for good quenching, the
I>went down the drain. I solved this problem by going to a 5 gap
I>system closely spaced (I can't recall the spacing). This gave good
I>performance and reliable gap firing. However, this was with a neon
I>supply and static gaps. If your intention is to use a rotary, you
I>be able to alleviate this problem without going to a vacuum gap in
I>although I recommend them highly.
When you say vacuum gap, what exactly do you mean. Is this a gap in an
air tight container with all the air sucked out or is this some type of
cooling technique. I was under the impression that sparks create
x-rays when created in the presence of a vacuum. If this is what it
is, what type of shielding do you use? At one time I was thinking
about implimenting a gap surrounded by a vacuum, but abandoned it as
too dangerous. Thanks alot.
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