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Re: DRSSTC Magnifier Mark 1
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Original poster: "Mercurus2000" <mercurus2000@xxxxxxx>
Neat, with some more tuning you might be able to pump out longer sparks than
a 2 coil system, tho there's alot of debate if a 3 coil system is any better
than a 2 coil system, just tinker around with it and let us know what
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Sent: Friday, April 15, 2005 3:39 PM
Subject: DRSSTC Magnifier Mark 1
> Original poster: Steve Ward <steve.ward@xxxxxxxxx>
> Hey guys!
> I just built my first magnifier of any sort, and of course its DRSSTC
> driven ;-). I should mention that i have NO idea what im doing when
> it comes to magnifier design... i just thought i'd try something and
> see how it goes. Worked great! Check out the page i made for it
> (includes spark pics!)
> The magnifier seems to be pretty well behaved. My max spark length so
> far is about the same as when it was a 2-coil system. That is, 35"
> from a 11" tall resonator ;-). Its just that now the sparks arent
> always hitting the strike ring! :-). I might just have to move up to
> a full-bridge drive to really get the sparks flowing! There isnt so
> much of a limit now that the coil can be elevated off the ground more.
> The magnifier required a lower tuning than before, which is what i
> expect since i have more effective leakage L to resonate there, as
> well as more capacitance.
> This was just a "test", cooler things should come along soon, need to
> order some magnet wire! Whats also nice is that the conversion from
> 2-coil to 3-coil was very easy!
> Questions and comments welcome.
> Steve Ward