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Re: Hybrid Solid State Vacuum Tube Design [LONG!]
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- Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2005 14:39:26 -0600
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Original poster: "Peter Terren" <pterren@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Ed - I already have a 6V 90A transformer which I currently have made into a
spot welder that does up to 800A. Picked it up for AUD$20 in a junkyard.
Could easily rewind one or two MOT's if I had to get the required current
though. Spotwelder flash is here. Lots of detail when enlarged.
Transmitting tube is here (actually I wrote 60KW and 89A when I put the pic
in. I'll have to check)
Peter (Tesla Downunder)
Original poster: Ed Phillips <evp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
"Hmmm... I have a 30KW transmitting tube good to 30MHz with a nice 80A
filament. Should be able to do something with this. Perhaps not the best
one to try as a first valve project though. Peter"
First thing to do is find a filament transformer! The tube should be
rugged enough to live through a lot of accidents at low power.