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RE: 4 nst stack
Original poster: "Ian McLean" <ianmm-at-optusnet-dot-com.au>
No problems Richard. Have you not heard the term "NST farm(s)" before ?
Of course, at some point, it does just become more economical and efficient
just to go and get a bigger transformer.
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> Sent: Tuesday, 6 January 2004 11:16 am
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> Subject: 4 nst stack
> Original poster: "Richard Modistach" <hambone-at-dodo-dot-com.au>
> hi all,
> i know stacking 2 nst's to double the amperage is common
> and standard practice.
> what's the story with stacking 3 or 4 nst's
> ive got accses to 4x11\100s and it would be nice to stack them
> up to 400ma for a larger coil down the track or are the problems
> going to be more than the headache is worth.