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Re: commercial capacitors

Original poster: "Robin Copini by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <rcopini-at-merlin-dot-net.au>

Greg, Greg, Greg .........


 Your giving our friends O/S a bad impression of OUR work ethic down

 100 Caps, MATE! I soldered 9 panels of 33 caps each in 1 afternoon on my
and you've seen the pics. I would hazard to say that my MMC cap has been
more PIG powered abuse than almost any other MMC on the planet and I would
Never go down the Maxwell path. I don't need another doorstop!

Just turn on the footy, and start soldering..

 Best Regards

 Robin Copini - Burning fingers in OZ.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tesla list" <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
To: <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 15, 2002 4:30 AM
Subject: commercial capacitors

> Original poster: "Mr Gregory Peters by way of Terry Fritz
<twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <s371034-at-student.uq.edu.au>
> Hello list,
> Firstly, does anyone know if maxwell still make HV caps? I can't find
> any info on their page. I'm possibly interested in buying a commercial
> cap or two. My new coil would need a huge MMC (over 100 GG caps, then
> there's the soldering and stuff. This is a last resort.) I'm also
> wondering how much stray inductance an MMC this large would have. I
> would like to compare the cost of an MMC to a new commercial unit. I
> would like to get a quote from plastic capacitors, but I really don't
> know exactly what specs to ask for (the question sheet is very daunting
> - RMS current, peak current, voltage reversals, frequency, blah blah
> blah). I have heard that condenser products still make Tesla capacitors,
> but they do not sell to the general public. Does anyone know a way
> around this? I would like a 0.15uF cap. Voltage is currently 11.5kV RMS,
> but I would like a significant safety margin, and will later hopefully
> be using nearly 20kV RMS.
> On a lighter note, the 10kW coil is progressing very well. The primary
> and secondary are completed. The primary is 15 turns 1/2" Cu pipe.
> Secondary is 1000 turns, 0.95mm wire close wound on 12" form. Sync
> rotary gap is to be finished today. Power cabinet is finished, with a
> continuous rating of 60 amps. I've started collecting HD magnets to
> investigate magnetic gaps.
> Cheers,
> Greg Peters
> Department of Earth Sciences,
> University of Queensland, Australia
> Phone: 0402 841 677
> http://www.geocities-dot-com/gregjpeters