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Re: [TCML] Self adjusting phase controller

I was thinking of adjusting AC line phase. Like the John Freau´s phase
controller does it but without manually turning the

variac. I guess thyristors and some kind of feedback loop might do it....

2013/4/8 Jim Lux <jimlux@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> On 4/8/13 5:30 AM, Volodja wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> Has anybody tried to make self-adjusting
>> synchronous rotary spark gap phase controller?
>> I am wondering if such circuit is possible at all.
> Adjusting to the AC line phase? I'm pretty sure someone has done a PLL
> type controller for a DC motor drive.
> Or adjusting for some other variable?  Spark length would be cool, but I
> don't know how you'd measure it (brightness, maybe)
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