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Original poster: "Matt Shayka by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <flyboxboy-at-hotmail-dot-com>
Hi whoever you are,
You don't need to chop up a MOT to make a ballast. take one, short the
secondary, and put it in series with two other MOTs in parallel. All you
need is another MOT to have 2 ballasted 4kV pairs.
>Yesterday I found 4 more microwaves so now I have 5 MOT's. A small 1800v
>two medium sized 2000v, and two slightly larger ones, one is 2100v and the
>other is 2000v. I hate to chop one for use as a ballast but none will
>probably give me a good 16amp primary draw. I guess I could use my dead NST
>core to make a 1:1 current limited transformer, or try to get a dead MOT
>a repair place. My two medium ones will be the power supply with no V.
>doubler. The small MOT and a doubler might be used
>to power my current coil after I finish Psycho Streamers(not a bad name
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