[TCML] Slide choke question
aesops.tech at gmail.com
Tue Jul 22 17:51:37 MDT 2008
I for one am very interested, to learn how this is accomplished.
On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 2:54 PM, <Sfxneon at aol.com> wrote:
> Hey Bama,
> That is essentially how a neon bombarder slide choke is made. A square
> laminated core slides into a four sided tube, made with four pieces of
> board. End pieces go on each end of the square phenolic tube, making a
> shaped spool to wind the coil on. Just scale to size for your own
> but neon bombarder slide chokes go all the way to 22.5 kVA.
> Also, bombarder chokes usually have a very simple mechanism that allows the
> choke to only be pulled out (until it's released), which holds it in
> when you let go. Otherwise, you are fighting the pull of one very big
> solenoid! I'll explain it if anyone is interested.
> Tony Greer
> In a message dated 7/22/2008 1:03:35 P.M. Central Daylight Time,
> bamacoiler at gmail.com writes:
> If you were to wind the usual coil for a slide choke, how would it work if
> you used an I section of a large transformer for the core? Or would it
> at all? Thanks in advance.
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