Re: Data on Ignitrons, thyratrons, power valves etc. available (fwd)
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Date: Tue, 19 May 1998 21:34:29 +0200
From: Pete <casius-at-cyberserv.co.za>
To: Tesla List <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
Subject: Re: Data on Ignitrons, thyratrons, power valves etc. available (fwd)
I have a dozen or so of NL5557 thyratrons. I was also wondering if thyratons
could be used in tube coils. I already have two tube coils using 812AW
valves and am busy with a two tube 833A unit. Also have a 4" convensional
Tesla List wrote:
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> Date: Sun, 17 May 1998 14:55:52 GMT
> From: Mike Harrison <wwl-at-netcomuk.co.uk>
> To: tesla-at-pupman-dot-com, tesla-2-at-emachine-dot-com
> Subject: Data on Ignitrons, thyratrons, power valves etc. available
> I've just got hold of a load of data books covering industrial valves,
> ignitrons, thyratrons (Hydrogen, mercury and inert gas), power valves
> and other interesting stuff.
> List at http://www-dot-netcomuk.co.uk/~wwl/data.html
> If anyone needs data on specific devices I can scan them in - I'll be
> putting some of the general notes & descriptions and pictures etc.
> online sometime soon.
> Has anyone got any hints, circuits etc for H2 thyratron controlled
> coils? - I've found from the above books that one of the big valves in
> my collection is a h2 thyratron (EEV FX2519A/5949a : 500A Ipk max,
> 25KV Vf max). Any ideas if it might give better results than a TCBOR
> cylindrical gap on a 500W 7KV 4" coil?
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