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Date: Thursday, February 24, 2000 9:06 PM
>Original Poster: jkooi-at-wish-dot-net
>I'm creating the XFRMR for my tesla, but I need to protect it from burning
>I plan on using a microwave transformer of 2300V at 400-600mA (or maybe 2
>three in series to pump it up a little)
>To protect my transformer from burning up I need to reduce the max current
>can be drawn when connected.
>I've read about putting resistors in the schematics to do this, but I do
>know how to hook this up, or what value it should be
>would an old heating element of a washing machine do good as a resistor for
>this ? and where should it be connected ?