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Re: Golka Photos
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In a message dated 4/5/05 1:17:43 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
Note to all to be careful of objects next to your primaries!!!!!!!!!!!!
So how close is too close?
I've also wondered if the usual arrangement, with transformers, spark
gap rotation/airflow motors, filter components, PFC correction, etc.
directly under the primary cause problems as well. I suppose one could add
or remove "dummy" NST's and note the effect. Even if they aren't too lossy,
ferrous materials less than a foot from the bottom of the coils might
affect the k.