Re: New Neon Transformer Farm Found
>Original Poster: Neal Whitaker <NDWhitaker-at-Worldnet.att-dot-net>
I pulled some NST info. out of the TC97 data. I thought it might help you
determine your NST ratings inconjuction with Jim's email of methods. Hope
all the columns end up as "columns".
Standard 60Hz NST's.
(V) (mA) L1:L2 ratio Imp.(Z)
9,000 20 75 45,0000
9,000 60 75 15,0000
9,000 90 75 100,000
9,000 120 75 75,000
12,000 30 100 400,000
12,000 45 100 266,666
12,000 60 100 200,000
12,000 200 100 60,000
15,000 30 125 500,000
15,000 50 125 300,000
15,000 60 125 250,000
15,000 90 125 166,666
15,000 120 125 125,000
Tesla List wrote:
> Original Poster: Neal Whitaker <NDWhitaker-at-Worldnet.att-dot-net>
> After months of trying I finally got in the door today at Dixie Neon
> here in Charlotte. The guy I spoke with on the phone said "yea I have a
> couple of bad NST's that you can have if you want them". I got there
> and found a full pallet of NST's. I put 31 (yea thirty one) of them in
> my honda (It couldn't handle any more). There are at least 10 maybe 15
> more there. Joe (my contact) said that this stack is just since April
> of last year. I did the grounding test on each one and found most
> (prob. 80+%) are OK. I need to find a way to rate the voltage and
> amperage of each unit. No tags on most due to warranty stuff. I was
> told that the vast majority are 12KV or 15KV units. I did find one 9KV
> 60ma unit and one 15KV 60ma unit that were still tagged. The both have
> one side dead right now though. If any of you guys want some of these
> units just let me know. I will give them to anyone who wants them. I
> can't use or fix them all. Got'em for free will part with'em for free.
> I really do need a way to determine the voltage/ amperage on these
> critters. Any help would be much appreciated.
> Hey Adam you should have waited one more weekend !!!
> Later guys