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Re: Ganging 1256D's
Original poster: "John Crighton by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-uswest-dot-net>" <jcrighton-at-sia-dot-net.au>
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Sent: Monday, 19 March, 2001 5:36 AM
Subject: Re: Ganging 1256D's
> Original poster: "Bert Hickman by way of Terry Fritz
> Let's plug in some nunbers... we can use the standard transformer equation
> to determine the volts/turn for a given core area and operating frequency
> (from Eric Lowdon - "Practical Transformer Design Handbook", 2nd ed.,
Hello Bert and the group,
Bert, the above book, does it have any practical information on
saturable reactors. I am looking for a book that has practical
information and not excessively mathematical.
Variacs are great, but cost lots of money here in Sydney.
MOTs are free.
I was just wondering if anyone had experimented with ordinary
transformers by trying to make a saturable reactor out of them.
A variable choke or poor mans variac/current controlling device.
I would like to do some reading on the subject of saturable
reactors but they only get a mention in the text books I have
seen so far with no practical information.
I would like to know how much DC power can control
how much AC power.
If you Bert or anyone has played with saturable reactors,
I would like to know how you got on.