Re: Powerstats and smaller variacs
Subject: Re: Powerstats and smaller variacs
From: "SROYS" <SROYS-at-radiology.ab.umd.edu>
Date: Wed, 1 Nov 1995 09:21:06 EDT
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> I am going back to the company I got the Powerstats from to get one.
> I noticed that they had some 10 A and 20 A units for 120 VAC when I
> was there last.
> Any one else interested?
What are the specs on the larger 240V variacs you have access to and
what are the prices?
Re: 120V control w/a 240V variac...
With a 240V variac, I would think that you could easily hook up 120V
across the 240V terminals and control the 120V that way. In addition,
since 240V is really two 120V lines with a 90 degree phase difference,
you can use only one of the hot lines on the 240V circuit and get your
120V that way too.
Steven Roys (sroys-at-radiology.ab.umd.edu)