[TCML] Transductors for current limiting
resonance at wildblue.net
Thu Mar 11 10:03:59 MST 2010
yes, we do this very procedure using an old 10 kVA core that we strip all
the windings off of. We then rewind the two outer legs with 90 turns (total
split between the two legs), and use a 32 VDC 10 Amp power supply which
energizes a winding on the central core leg. This gives us total and smooth
electronic control from 0-70 amps at 220 VAC.
It works excellent and eliminates our older method of using a gear motor to
move the core in and out of the coil.
On Thu, Mar 11, 2010 at 12:06 AM, teslalabor at t-online.de <
teslalabor at t-online.de> wrote:
> I searched the list archives and I'm wondering, that there are no topics
> about transductors arround there. Aren't they suitable for current
> limiting auf HV transformers such as pigs or potential transformers?
> With a small DC current in the control windings in a transductor it is
> possible to control a heavy AC current in the main winding.
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