Re: Tube Data
I believe RW Stephens' has built Tube magnifiers, and so has John Freau. I
don't see that it would be any more dificult than making a standard VTTC.
Some day I plan on testing this, but can't say when. Sounds like a good
tube to try it, so go for it!
On Thu, 24 Feb 2000, Tesla List wrote:
> Original Poster: "Malcolm Watts" <malcolm.watts-at-wnp.ac.nz>
> Hi Nick (and others who have said such things in the past):
> > Original Poster: "Megavolt Nick" <tesla-at-fieldfamily.prontoserve.co.uk>
> > Hi Guys,
> > thanks for all your help. I've eventually managed to get the
> > data from an online database. Its a 2250W transmitter tube. The anode
> > dissipation is 500W, plate voltage 5kV, anode current 400mA.
> > I wonder if anyone has ever tried a tube driven magnifier?
> > To get the impeadance match right you'd need a large primary which would
> > suit the tight coupling of a magnifier driver.
> Could you expand on that last statement and perhaps throw some
> meaningful figures in for us to see please?