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Re: Tesla UV apparatus?
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- Date: Fri, 01 Apr 2005 07:33:36 -0700
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Original poster: "Dr. Resonance" <resonance@xxxxxxxxxx>
You need to test the caps with a HV leakage tester --- don't arc them as the
high Q (very low inductance) can produce overpotentials which could damage
Email off-line and I will send you the HV leakage tester circuit. It works
with any power supply over 10 kV DC.
I recently found the UV ray machine but it is no longer working. I tested
the wires and coils for open circuits and they seem OK, but I don't know
test the capacitors. This apparatus was probably built in the mid '20s.
Anyone out there familiar with these UV ray gadgets?