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RE: Current in the Coil - was oil dielectric
Original poster: "Terry Fritz" <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>
It depends on the transformer (I think you mentioned a 15/30 NST), primary
cap value, primary coil value, type of gap and break rate. But in most
cases, the peak current will be close to 60mA. There is no simple formula
other than 2X the transformer rating. However, MicroSim can number crunch
the system and come up with a very close number.
At 11:19 PM 5/16/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>>If you keep pumping power into a 90.0000... degree system... The maximum
>current (and voltage) is infinite ;-)) Well..., not really cause something
>is gonna blow!!
>I'd like to know what amperage I'm getting from my 250 watt transformer at
>peak current. Is there a formula for calculating this?