[TCML] 1 Mhz ,1 kw
dexterlabs at dcemail.com
Sat Mar 21 12:34:18 MST 2009
1)Measuring spark gap losses.
2)Looking for secondary spark time formation differences.
--- Gary.Lau at hp.com wrote:
From: "Lau, Gary" <Gary.Lau at hp.com>
To: Tesla Coil Mailing List <tesla at pupman.com>
Subject: RE: [TCML] 1 Mhz ,1 kw
Date: Sat, 21 Mar 2009 18:16:50 +0000
Typically, the frequency of well-designed coils goes down as the power level goes up. A coil could be designed to meet your spec's, but its performance would be sub-optimal. I would expect the frequency of a well-performing 1kW coil to be under 200KHz, and all the better if under 100KHz.
Rather than have all of us needlessly spinning our wheels to answer your vague questions, please share with us the rest of the story. Exactly why are you targeting a frequency of >1MHz and power over 1kW?
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> Subject: [TCML] 1 Mhz ,1 kw
> 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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