Re: design questions
tesla-at-PUPMAN-dot-com on 16.01.99 07:01:25
cc: (bcc: Marco Denicolai/MARTIS)
Subject: Re: design questions
>Original Poster: Esondrmn-at-aol-dot-com
>In a message dated 1/12/99 2:41:48 PM Pacific Standard Time,
>> Instead to oversize the capacitor to ? * 60 kV I tought to leave some
>> margin (probably use a 100 kV capacitor) and use a safety gap on it
>> in case..."
>Just out of curousity, what is a 100 kv capacitor in the .05 ufd to .10
>range likely to cost for this application? Sounds like serious money.
Well, luckly money is not an issue here for me (this time!). But I am
seriously considering to have a customer pig wound to get 10 kV AC instead
of 20 kV AC from it. As I wrote before, 20 kVA rectified and with resonant
charging lead me into the 60 kV area (!). 30 kV would be easier to manage