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Re: Coil schematics?
Original poster: "Terry Fritz" <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>
Your coil looks great but I think you want the PFC cap connected directly
to the primary of the NST and not out after the filter. There can be high
currents between teh PFC cap and the transformer and you want them connect
right directly to each other.
At 12:47 PM 10/1/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>Here's a schematic of my coil. I've included it here as an attachment, so I
>hope you can view it OK. It's got all the "normal" required parts that most
>coilers use, plus one part that's my own addition. Take a look at the
>the primary side of the NST. It is there to switch power to the NST,
>like the idea of being able to run the coil with a hand-held pushbutton, but
>don't like the idea of switching 120v in my hand directly to the NST even
>though the button is well insulated. It actually switches power to the relay,
>which in turn gives power to the NST, thereby reducing the current that is
>going thru the pushbutton in my hand. Both common poles of the relay are
>ganged to give extra switching power to the NST.
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