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Re: Tesla UV apparatus?
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- Date: Wed, 06 Apr 2005 08:13:07 -0600
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Original poster: "Harold Weiss" <hweiss@xxxxxxxxxx>
I thought about the UV aspect for flourescence just after posting. Sorry
about getting the specs messed up, it's been awhile. A SS version sounds cool.
David E Weiss
Original poster: John Keith <jskeith@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Original poster: "Harold Weiss" <hweiss@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Hi Dave,
> Back during Cheesehead I, one person had a soil cooker that could make
> made fulgarites. I think the spec was around 20A @ 20 KV output into a
> flower pot of wet sand. Electrodes were carbon arc electrodes for a >
> trooper followspot. I think Terry Blake might still have pictures up on
> his website.
> David E Weiss
I'm the guy with the "soil cooker" as you called it ( I call it "The
Earthmelter"!). Its maximum voltage is actually about 2000V, but voltage
under load is generally between 400 and 1000V, at a current of 5-10A. My
next project will be a larger version ( 240V 150A 3-phase), and I have been
greatly inspired by all the recent work on SSTC's that I have read on this
As to the original post, I gather that it referred to using the UV light
to examine minerals, some of which fluoresce under UV.
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