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RE: Neon Transformers (in parallel)

Yes, you can connect NST's in parallel, as long as their input and output
voltages are the same.  It doesn't matter if their output currents differ.
The resulting output voltage will be the same, and the resulting output
current will be the sum of the two original currents.  The primary voltage
must be phased correctly and you have a 50-50 chance of getting it right.
Connect the two primaries in parallel and the two secondaries in parallel,
power it up, and draw an arc across the secondaries.  Then try reversing one
of the primary polarities and see if the arc gets better or worse, and leave
it the "better" way.  There's no harm in operating the "wrong" way.

Gary Lau
Waltham, MA USA

Original poster: "jason wallace" <jcwallace-at-cybrtown-dot-com> 

Is it possible to connect a 15 kv 60 ma transformer in paralle with a 15kv
30ma??? ANd if it is possible what would the total ma be? and total
Jason Wallace