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Re: Need a Variac
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- Date: Fri, 13 May 2005 11:49:58 -0600
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Original poster: Skip Malley <skip@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
There are many variacs available on Ebay. Try often. Don't forget to also
type in POWERSTAT. That is another name for the same thing.
At 04:44 PM 5/12/2005, you wrote:
Original poster: Fucian@xxxxxxx
I am in need of a variac capable of around 10 amps...Ebay is no help as
people just arent selling variacs at decent prices anymore...Ive seen 2amp
ones in bad condition go for 30$...Thats just isnt right. I got my 4.5amp
for 13$ brand new...Also got a used 10amp for 20$...Maybe these were just
lucky hits, but it now seems the same people just keep buying them all up
for whatever the seller lists them at.
Does any here have any used ones for a decent price?Or, could tell me if,
and by ho wmuch, a variac can safely be overdriven?
I have jsut a 4.5amp and need to drive a drsstc of decent size...