Re: transformers

From: 	Chip Atkinson[SMTP:chip-at-XiG-dot-com]
Reply To: 	Chip Atkinson
Sent: 	Monday, August 25, 1997 11:33 AM
To: 	Tesla List
Subject: 	Re: transformers

Basically, you can't.  If they were the same voltage, the current would
add, but with different voltages, I believe you'd run one in reverse at a
higher voltage, which would go back into the line at (9/7.5) * 120 volts,
which I believe would cause problems.


(polite flames if I'm way off base here)

On Mon, 25 Aug 1997, Tesla List wrote:

> From: 	Kevin[SMTP:wawa-at-spectra-dot-net]
> Reply To: 	wawa-at-spectra-dot-net
> Sent: 	Monday, August 25, 1997 5:58 AM
> To: 	Tesla List
> Subject: 	transformers
> I have 2 trannies.  One is 9kV 30mA, the other 7.5kV 20mA.  Can I hook
> the thier outputs up in parallel to run my coil?  If so what would the
> new voltage and current be?
> kevin

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