resonance at wildblue.net
Thu Apr 24 08:24:22 MDT 2008
Yes, I have used both thyratrons and ignitrons in these applications, and
the high rep rates required for good spark "growth" present thermal
problems. Also, the price of thyratrons to handle a 120 pps rep rate become
very expensive. IGBTs are a better solution especially for medium size
On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 1:36 AM, Paul McGlen <fusion2xxx at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> I am rebuilding my pole pig powered coil and was wondering has anybody had
> successfully used a Hydrogen thyratron in place of the rotary spark gap? And
> if so, what was the result and was there any problems?
> Paul McGlen
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