Re: Transformer Info
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but this transformer
is 400hz which is not compatible with the 50-60 hz
commercial power systems, and the output is only
4880v which is low for what a coiler needs. About
9600v+ is what you want. If you can get 400hz
power in Greece, two of these in series should work.
> >From pjp-at-compulink.grMon May 20 12:28:55 1996
> Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 15:07:09 +0300
> From: "Peter J. Papadopoulos" <pjp-at-compulink.gr>
> To: tesla-at-pupman-dot-com
> Subject: Transformer Info
> Hello members of the list.
> I just came accross a US-Navy HV transformer with the following details:
> Plate Transformer
> Type UX-7010D
> Pri. 115 V 400 ~ 1phase
> Test 1780 Volts RMS
> Sec. 4880 V 0.09 A 1400 TV
> SUBMARINE SIGNAL CO., BOSTON, MASS.
> CONTRACT NXcc-26594
> Its size is about 17cm on each side. it has 2 HV terminals and 4 (!) input
> Could anybody tell me if this is looks appropriate for the primary circuit
> transformer of a TC. Should I use extra protection measures for it?
> Peter Papadopoulos
> Athens, Greece