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Original poster: "Erik Byng by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-uswest-dot-net>" <e_byng-at-hotmail-dot-com>
Ok, I priced out some new Bombarder transformers, and for that price, I
would think that you'd prefer a piggie to a bobarder.
Heck, for that amount of $$$, you might just as well buy TTR's lab
transformer and ship it home.
p.s. If anyone knows of a pig in serattle, drop me a line, hmm?? the Power
comapnies are no help over here... !
Original poster: "brian by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-uswest-dot-net>"
ok on the Bombarder xmfr however all the ones i have seen for sale were very
pricey! much more than a pole pig shipped from Texas. and very few are found
in the "yard sale" arena. if you find one its certainly a deal. cul brian
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tesla list" <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
Sent: Monday, May 07, 2001 6:51 PM
> Original poster: "howard keiper by way of Terry Fritz
> I see a lot of discussion about using NSTs, with or without shunts. Has
> anyone (besides me) used the 12 KV, 120ma xfmrs? They're current
> limited as well as their little siblings. They're available through many
> electrical sign supply houses...new and used.
> Another matter is the "Bombarder" transformer. These are different
> brutes alltogether. They're definitely not current limited in any way,
> and are available in 7.5, 10, & 12 KVA -at- 15KV. What makes them
> attractive is that they're often designed to "open Frame" technology;
> that is, encapsulated, but not enclosed. Check neon sign supply folks
> for these too.
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