Re: Powerstats and smaller variacs
Subject: Re: Powerstats and smaller variacs
From: napier-at-cats.ucsc.edu (Lisa Napier)
Date: Wed, 01 Nov 95 08:43:45 EST
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On Tue, 31 Oct 1995 09:00:06 +0700 you wrote:
>The model I sent you is a 1256D. It is meant for 240 VAC as you know. You
>could hook it up to 240 VAC, put a voltmeter across it, and turn it up to about
>50%. That would give you 120 VAC out. If you need a high current voltage
>control varic for 120 VAC, you need a model 1156D. That one is for 120 VAC and
>handles up to 55 amps continuous! I can get my hands on a couple of these. If
>you want a small 120 VAC unit, I can get plenty of these as well. As a matter
>of fact, I need another small variac and 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?
Hi, Scott. I am interested in one of those 1256D's. Are there any
more available and how much are they? I must have missed the original
post on this opportunity.
What is the amperage rating?
Mark R. Napier