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Re: Mondo Power Transformers For Sale:
Original poster: "Jack King by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <speakernut-at-yahoo-dot-com>
Wont this arrangement assymetrically load the
transformer during part of the ac cycle?
If these were operated -at- 440 in, then would it make
sense that each primary would "see" 277 volts? I
figured on runing 240 through each of the 2 pirimary
coils. I had planned to series and then midpoint
ground 2 of the secondaries.
--- Tesla list <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com> wrote:
> Original poster: "Erik Schulz by way of Terry Fritz
> <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <gradient-at-mail.utexas.edu>
> You can run all three primaries in parallel if
> you make the center one
> opposite in polarity to the outside two. You can do
> the same with the
> secondary windings also. So at 120 in you would get
> (360/440)*9= 7.36 kv
> out. Sounds good to me. I wonder how the
> insulation looks? Maybe we could
> run two of these in series for 14.72 kv.
> Erik Schulz
> >I am told they
> >are configured for 440 in 3 phase and 9kv out at
> >around an amp and a half. My thought: Parallel two
> >the primary windings in phase, magnetically
> >and drive them with 220, and then series connect
> >of the hv windings.
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