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[TCML] Re: Finally finalizing my 304er VTTC

Hi Matt and all,

To start, thanks for the kind words Matt, of my messy :-\ experimental old
setup :-D

Keep at it on the interrupter, and do post your fella eventually.

I have just a few updates on the tear down and the board is now down to
just the core components and the secondary removed for closer damage
inspection. I have "roasted" this a bit more than I could see when in place
on TC. The wire insulation and the epoxy handled the high temperatures
fine, no signs of any discoloration can be seen. Acrylic not so...look at
the straight edge pictures of one side and it's opposite side. And the
ripples inside the tube. Again, surprised some still worked as well as it
did. You also can see some notes of mine on the specs when this was wound.

I am going to do some frequency measurements of this damaged secondary out
of curiosity and will post results later.


So just a minor update...

Chris Reeland
Ladd Illinois USA

Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Tab® S

On Sat, Apr 24, 2021, 7:13 AM <derstrom8@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> Very nice setup there Chris! One of these days I'll have to post my GU-81M
> VTTC too. I've been having some trouble getting my staccato controller to
> work so I should probably think about getting back to troubleshooting that
> thing.
> Thanks for the inspiration!
> Best,
> Matt Lewis, Fairlee VT
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