Re: async rsg w/ nst?
No. one should not use asynchronous RSGs with NSTs. Because of the
tendancy for skipped firings, high voltages may ring up to the points
where the NST will die. Sync-gaps avoid this probablem sonce, if properly
made, they will fire at every alignment of the electrodes (or however you
set it up). Rotaries in general are hard on NSTs, as the arc is
continuously drawn out to it's maximum distance, stressing the Neon.
On Sun, 22 Aug 1999 06:36:44 -0600 Tesla List <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com> writes:
> Original Poster: Leto Tokarev <leto-at-irisz.hu>
> beginner q:
> is it recommended to use asynchron rotary gaps with NSTs? as of
> current limited, what could lead breakdown in this concept?
> thanks for all :>
> ps: i got a 10kV -at- 120mA NST, caps are coming next week.
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