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Re: [TCML] NST quick question
You will have to change the resistor power values, essentially doubling
them. I run the doubled values on my former 60 mA nst which is now 175 mA.
The harsh transients are caused by the capacitor-inductor (RF) side of the
circuit, not the supply transformer side, so, yes you still need protection
for your nst.
On Sat, Jul 19, 2008 at 12:08 AM, <Ln2guy42@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi all!
> I have a quick question.
> Is a Terry Filter still required on an unpotted, shunts removed, NST
> immersed in oil?
> I reckon you should, but can it handle the extra current of the shunt less
> NST? which is around 200ma
> The original transformer was a 12/60 but after a few months of soaking in
> kerosene, it finally came out, and I took out around half the shunts.
> Thank you!!
> Amir M.
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