[TCML] 1 Mhz ,1 kw
dexterlabs at dcemail.com
Sat Mar 21 12:26:44 MST 2009
I'm aware that I'll be getting into various sort of practical and efficiency troubles there.
So I wondered if someone has tryed to construct something similar in the past and what were
the performance results.
--- bartb at classictesla.com wrote:
From: bartb <bartb at classictesla.com>
To: Tesla Coil Mailing List <tesla at pupman.com>
Subject: Re: [TCML] 1 Mhz ,1 kw
Date: Sat, 21 Mar 2009 09:59:25 -0700
Well, stepping outside the box, then you can't really keep to turn
parameters, but you can keep to other parameters. So....
4" x 20" sec, 230 turns of 12 awg, h/d=5, DCR=0.38 Ohms, ACR=11.4 Ohms,
Q roughly 550.
Flat primary, 7"ID, 9.042"OD, 0.25" tube, 0.5" pitch, 2 turns. Center of
tube even with bottom sec turn. Coupling = 0.114.
Toroid with center disc, 5" x 20" (1" spacing from top winding to bottom
Tank Cap, STR, 0.01uF.
Sec bottom turn starting at 20" off the ground.
1.023MHz and tuned.
All I'm doing here is giving one example. I have no clue how it would
compare to other coils of similar geometry, but it should function to
Dex Dexter wrote:
> I'm considering making a very high frequency (spark gap type) coil with decent power level.
> Resonant frequency at least 1 Mhz and power input about 1000 W.
> Can someone give me advice and recommend design parameters for this?
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