Re: Trigatron

To  R.W. Stephens on this...

> 40,000 volts DC
> 3,300 peak Amps.
> 360 PPS rep rete
> 3.2 uSec (I don't know if this was trigger time, or timing jitter.  I 
> do not believe it was pulse width.)
> This could be fun to play with!  It looks like it may even serve in
> a Tesla coil in lieu of the traditional rotary break up to some
> power level that is on- par to large on the scale that most of us
> hobbyist coilers work at!.  I think I'll grab this rare find on
> speculation.

I say go for it. I for one would be interested to hear how well these 
things work in TC applications.