Re: Secondary Wire?
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Subject: Re: Secondary Wire?
Date: Mon, 26 Feb 1996 18:50:56 -0500
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In a message dated 96-02-26 14:41:54 EST, tesla-at-grendel.objinc-dot-com writes:
>What's the current wisdom on secondary wire? We've got a 12.75" x 40"
>PVC form that needs rewinding (This old Tesla Coil - Pictures comming to
>the web site soon).
>We removed 1100' of 18ga. stranded wire and now wish to replace it with
>around 2500' of new wire. We're on a hobbist's budget so go easy...
>Supplier suggestions would be welcome too... Thanks...
I would suggest 18 or 20 gauge enamel coated magnet wire. Coax Connections
is a great place to order wire from. I will look up his phone number.