[TCML] microwave oven caps
chrismrutherford at googlemail.com
Wed May 21 05:51:43 MDT 2008
I used some MO caps in a DC PSU using a capacitor/diode multiplier circuit
and MOT and some inductive chocks. Produced a healthy 11KV with enough
current to completely destroy a 10K ohm ceramic resistor that I tested it
with. In this case they are a good inexpensive source of charge.
On Tue, May 20, 2008 at 9:36 PM, Liviu Vasiliu <teslina at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Robert West run MO caps on his tesla coil:
> Maibe he can give some details about his setup, if the
> caps warm up or not.
> --- Scott Bogard <teslas-intern at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > Hey all,
> > How long can I expect microwave oven caps to
> > last in TC service. I
> > am planning on using 20 in series for 40 kV 50nf
> > rating for an
> > experiment (not long runs, unless it works really
> > well and I get carried
> > away of course, you all know how that is.) Just
> > curious, I don't want
> > to waste them all for a few second run.
> > Scott Bogard.
> > P.S. I am using them on a 4 MOT stack so about 8 kV
> > RMS. Fres is 98
> > ish kHz.
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