Subject: Re: Transformers
From: Don Froula <froula-at-cig.mot-dot-com>
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 1995 15:27:37 -0600
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> Is there a good source for high voltage transformers? I can only find
> 15,000v 30ma used neon sign transformers for about $35.00. One guy says he
> can get me a 15,000v 60ma transformer for $75.00 - used of course. Is this a
> good deal?
> Thanks, Ed Sonderman
Jefferson Electric in Melrose Park, Illinois (a manufacturer) quoted me a
price (new) of $220.00 for a 15KV, 60ma. unit. This is list price. I
suspect that the distributor would offer a somewhat better price. List for
the "High Efficiency" unit is $290.77. This probably has power correction
Midwest Neon Supply in Chicago quoted me $104.65 for a France model 1260,
12KV at 60 ma. That sounds like a good price for a new unit.