[TCML] charging reactors
jimlux at earthlink.net
Tue Mar 3 19:04:37 MST 2009
David Rieben wrote:
> Hi Jim H., Jim M.,
> I think Jim Mora's idea of using the HV side of a PT or a
> pig and ignoring the LV side would be a good solution to
> this situation. However, IIRC, the original poster of this
> thread was looking for something that could withstand
> 10 to 20 kV AND 1 to 2 amps. So, that would probably
> leave out a PT or a SMALL pig. Maybe the HV side of
> a 15 or 25 KVA, 14,400 volt pig would fit the bill?
> David Rieben
Using the fabulous search facilities of the list, we talked about this
strategy some years ago (using a transformer to "reflect" a low voltage
inductor to the high voltage winding).
The downfall of the idea was that you're looking at DC (at least in
terms of the average).
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