Re: Twin coil idea
While discussions are going on about twin coil systems, I have a
question. For a system using 1 PSU, with a 240bps sync gap set fire two
pri/sec arrangements alternately at 120bps each, what might be the
behavior of the current in secondaries in reference to eachother?
This question leaves the phasing of the primaries open.
On Tue, 14 Sep 1999 20:12:22 -0600 Tesla List <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com> writes:
> Original Poster: "Malcolm Watts" <malcolm.watts-at-wnp.ac.nz>
> Hi Jeff,
> > Original Poster: "Jeff Behary" <jeff_behary-at-hotmail-dot-com>
> > John,
> > I have 2 15kv 60mA transformers, and have been meaning to try this
> > months!!
> > I thread coil forms, and have 2 secondaries 6.625" diameter x 32"
> > tall: one wound with a right handed thread, the other left handed
> > thread. So, both coils are approximate close wound but in
> > directions.
> > I would think that if large dischargers are placed up top, they
> > "should" spark towards one another...right?
> > The hurricane is headed my way, so I'm not coiling this week, and
> > hopefully my PVC won't fly away!
> Are you driving them with a common primary or separate primaries?
> If the latter, how are the primaries phased relative to one another?
> The common primary drive will make the coils dance together but
> the second depends on primary phasing.
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