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Re: Non-GFI NSTs
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- Date: Wed, 05 Jan 2005 21:21:18 -0700
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Original poster: "Dr. Resonance" <resonance@xxxxxxxxxx>
We are now in the final phases of testing of 16 kV 250 mA HV transformer.
It will operate either with CT grounded as in NST fashion, or one end can be
grounded and the HV coils series to operate as a single ended output.
We hope to have the final results in by Feb --- long delays on procuring the
> No I don't need a passport to get them from France as they are in Tenn.
> some of the local sign shops are smashing the insulators on the used ones
> prevent reuse. Thus it's getting hard to get the larger NSTs from shops
> without GFI. The last time I went used NST shopping they had a 40x48
> of all types of non-GFI NSTs with smashed terminals. Luckily that trip
> netted me a 15/60 and a 12/60 new in the box that were in a canceled sign
> box headed for the scrapyard.
> David E Weiss
> > Original poster: "Matthew Carlson" <mjc8804@xxxxxxx>
> > You don't even have to go to France for them. Constantly there are
> > 12/30 NST's on ebay, and 99% of the sign shops around you that deal
> > any neon will have some available. While you may get a better deal on
> > ebay, if you go to a sign shop, you can have them test the NST while
> > are there.
> > Matt Carlson
> > >>> "Tesla list" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> 1/4/2005 4:31:41 PM >>>
> > Original poster: "Harold Weiss" <hweiss@xxxxxxxxxx>
> > Hi All,
> > You can still obtain non-GFI NSTs from France. What I got from France
> > is
> > that you tell your local distributor that it is for a non-sign
> > application
> > and have you document it on his PO. It is probably true for the rest
> > of
> > the manufacturers. It will be more expensive having to buy new ones,
> > but
> > at least they are still available.
> > David E Weiss