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Re: SRSG gap distance?
Original poster: dhmccauley-at-spacecatlighting-dot-com
> And if this is all true how do you determine how close the gap should be
> a SRSG?
> Is there a formula for this? Or is it just set really small and the
> distance doesn't really mater?
The gaps on an SRSG should be close enough so that there is no chance of
them hitting. Tungsten hitting tungsten at very high RPMs is VERY BAD!
You can even move the gaps relatively far from one another (say 10-30 mils),
however you just won't get reliable operation at lower voltages since the
may not be high enough to conduct across the gap.
> Luke Galyan