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Re: [TCML] Finalising design for homebuilt transformer.


Wonderfull cores, makes me itch to do another transformer myself.

One thing comes to mind: You have half the cross section of core going trough the secondary's as you have going trough the primary's. I have a vague feeling that this means that you are going to get half the voltage per turn on the secondary as on the primary.

As I said, it is only a vague feeling, perhaps you want to make an experiment with a few secondary windings, to check it out before committing to wind both secondary's.

I for one would be interested to hear the results. And I cannot do it myself on a mot before tomorrow :-(

Cheers, Finn Hammer

Phil Tuck skrev:

I am finalising my design for my homebuilt transformer and after a lot of
experimenting (volts per turn & current draw with different setups) I have
decided on this
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/follies/tesla/radartransformer.html      (It
starts about half way down the page.)

Just wondered if anyone can see any points that could be troublesome or
anything that  I've not considered.




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