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Re: About MOTs..
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Original poster: "Mercurus2000" <mercurus2000@xxxxxxx>
I knew the core on the large MOT might still saturate, that's why I asked if
a tiny MOT driving a very large MOT might actually work, I was hoping with a
huge core it might be feasible, that's why I threw the question out, I don't
have equipment to measure MOTs so I was hoping someone with more experience
could give me the info.
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Subject: Re: About MOTs..
> Original poster: Ed Phillips <evp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> NOTE TO EVERYONE THINKING ABOUT "OVERVOLTING" THE PRIMARY OF A
> Read up about flux density, voltage, and core saturation. Read up on
> it again and then don't think about such ideas. The whole idea has been
> rehashed here many, many times. Example: "Can I hook the secondary of
> an NST to the primary of another one and get infinite voltage?"
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