Re: Condenser Products
Subject: Re: Condenser Products
From: richard.quick-at-slug-dot-org (Richard Quick)
Date: Tue, 16 Jan 1996 03:13:00 GMT
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Quoting Matt Zelonka <mattz-at-pond-dot-com>:
> Being new here... What value of caps do you need for a coil?
> The reason I ask is MECI has some doorknob caps 470pf at 15kv
> for $3.49.
Good bypass caps I would bet. It would not hurt to have a few of
these on hand.
> If thats not enough, you could stack some of there of there
> motor run caps. 1uf 660VAc $1.39 Oil filled no PCBS
You are going to end up needing 35-40 of these in series to get
the proper value. This leads to problems in pulse discharge
operation, and performance suffers. For the money, I would go out
and buy some 60 mil or 90 mil low density polyethylene and build
some homemade plastic film pulse discharge rated units.
> or some of the general purpose film caps for $.04 each...
> .033uf-at-600V (And some bleeder resistor?)
These can be made to work by assembling a block of series/
parallel wired caps and submerging the block in oil to
prevent flashover between the wire tails.
These are not bad ideas really. They are a ways away from an
ideal solution, but it does show you are thinking about how to
press available components into Tesla tank circuit service.
... If all else fails... Throw another megavolt across it!
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