Re: cap specs

when building the caps though, is 30mil safe for 9kV or is it 60mil that is
most commonly used?

kevin wahila
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> Original Poster: "Basura, Brian" <brian.basura-at-unistudios-dot-com>
> Oops..  Forgot to recommend doubling the C and running two in series for
> 9kv...
> Brian D. Basura
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> Original Poster: "Kevin Wahila" <knw2-at-lehigh.edu>
> i know this is going to be a broad question, but here it is.  i have lots
> 6mil poly, rolls of 14" wide al flashing and a 9kV 90 mA voltage source,
> could someone help steer me in the right direction as to dimensions for a
> rolled poly cap, considering series combinations?
> thanks
> kevin wahila
> p.s.  just a side note, but i have collected several neon transformers and
> unpotted them, soaked them in gasoline then let them dry.  i found that
> tupperware containers that are made to fit 1/2 gallon ice creams work
> wonderfully to house them.