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Re: async rotory gap?
Original poster: "Luc by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-uswest-dot-net>" <ludev-at-videotron.ca>
On previous coil I try ARSG, you have not the control of a SRSG
could get you, but if you go higher then 120 breaks and probably
higher than 180 breaks ( if you use an induction motor vary the
number of electrodes on the rotor ) you could have good result.
On a 1725 motor I try a rotor with 4 to 20 electrodes and have
best result at 345 break ( 12 electrodes ) nearly no safety gap
break, spark 20% longer and more numerous than with any static
gap I try.
Tesla list wrote:
> Original poster: "David Knaack by way of Terry Fritz
> I see plenty of info on synchronous rotory gaps, but
> I haven't seen much about async gaps. What are
> the advantages and disadvantages of using such a
> It seems that it would have a definate price advantage,
> and also make the step to a syncronous setup shorter.
> How does it compare to a multiple static gap?