[TCML] TC Newbie
chriskarr4 at hotmail.com
Sat Dec 6 17:32:25 MST 2008
I'd have to guess that this is speaking of both of the the transformers inside of the NST, as there are two secondary coils. I'm not sure as to why they build them this way, but it works, and that's all that matters. Yes, your transformer is rated at 15kV.
> From: Gary.Lau at hp.com
> To: tesla at pupman.com
> Date: Sun, 7 Dec 2008 00:23:54 +0000
> Subject: RE: [TCML] TC Newbie
> I've not personally seen an NST marked that way. I'm guessing that it is a 15kV NST, with the secondary midpoint tied to the case as is typical. Usually they are marked "midpoint grounded". So 15kV from hot lead to hot lead, 7.5kV from each hot lead to the case.
> Regards. Gary Lau
> MA, USA
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> > Sorry, I hope I'm not pestering anyone;
> > When my transformer says it delivers '2x 7.5Kv, does that mean it will be
> > pumping 7.5kv, or 15kv through the circuit?
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