Re: Secondary Winding Done
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Subject: Re: Secondary Winding Done
Date: Thu, 15 Feb 1996 12:46:55 -0500
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>Before getting started on your gaps, it would be worth your while
>to look into a vaccuume gap type arrangement. Richard Q's video
>shows considerable gains to be had with a V-gap system. I have
>done some experiments with the V-gap and certainly agree that
>performance is improved with this type of arrangement. Quenching
>the arc and pulling the ionized air away is the key to good gaps.
>I can forward you a scan of Scotty's vaccuume gap if you like.
>The picture is pretty much self explainatory. I have not done
>any posting of scans to the group here because I am limited to
>how much data I can import into the body of a message (and multi
>part postings are a drag). I can send you the scan as an attachment
>if you have the capability for that type of messaging.
Glenn,...I would appreciate a copy as well, if possible
You can send as an attactment too this address: