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Re: [TCML] Twin coils primary lead design
Yeah, kind of old pics also (just showing the board mainly). It's all
been re-arranged a little (no rotary inside any longer either). Can't
wait until you get some pics up. BTW Peter, my SISG is not the best in
spark length. This I believe to be due to using a low C value (very
different than any other SISG I'm aware of). Food for thought.
Peter Terren wrote:
> You zig-zagged the boards but had long thin lead in wires! A very neat
> coil though especially with the snazzy ribbon primary and seems to
> work fine.
> No pictures up yet as my site is in a state of flux behind the scenes
> trying to get from Frontpage to a more modern design.
> Peter www.tesladownunder.com
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "bartb" <bartb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: "Tesla Coil Mailing List" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Tuesday, August 04, 2009 8:53 AM
> Subject: Re: [TCML] Twin coils primary lead design
>> Hi Peter,
>> Yeah, probably a good idea to zig-zag the boards. I did that on my sisg.
>> BTW, do you have any pics up yet? Couldn't find anything at your site on
>> the sisg.
>> Take care,
>> Peter Terren wrote:
>>> My other source of inductance is that 4 boards of the SISG are about 2
>>> feet long. Perhaps I should put these inside a coax. Hopefully,
>>> zig-zagging the current path will minimise this without compromising
>>> Peter www.tesladownunder.com
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