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Re: About MOTs..
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Original poster: "Henry Hallam" <henry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Won't work, the large MOT will saturate its core. It's generally
impossible to daisy-chain transformers like this unless they were designed
with the purpose in mind.
It isn't an insulation problem, it just won't work due to the physics and
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Subject: About MOTs..
Original poster: "Mercurus2000" <mercurus2000@xxxxxxx>
This question has probably been asked before, I want to connect the high
voltage output of a small like 600 watt MOT I have to the 120 side of a
really large MOT like 1000w to get about 20-30KV out, I'll vacuum pot the
MOTs in oil and cut the center ground on the large MOT to prevent arcing,
does anyone see a problem with this? Will I have to use some sort of
current limiting even tho I'm using a little 600 watt MOT for the primary