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Original poster: "Samuel C. Johnson" <metaform@xxxxxxxx>
I joined the list just recently and feel pretty lost because of all the
abreviations. But, could you just give an approximate cost of one system vs.
the other. (Spark gap vs.
DRSSTC) I'm not one of the members who has deep pockets, but I would like to
utilize the most efficient system I can afford.
Also, I notice that there are several types of Spark Gap systems including
on that uses a synchronous motor.
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Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2005 3:32 PM
Subject: RE: DRSS-XXX?
> Original poster: "Derek Woodroffe" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Matt D, All,
> "At some point in evolution, The DRSSWXYZ-TC Resonant Transformer System
> will no longer be called a Tesla Coil."
> Why ???
> A radio is still called a radio?
> A vacuum cleaner is still called a vacuum cleaner?
> Both work in very different ways to how they used to.
> These things are not called by names because of how they work. It's what
> they do that matters. The "output" of a SGTC and a DRSSTC are the same,
> are still transformers, and they still rely on principles that tesla
> would understand. All that has happened is that we have found a few
> replacements for a spark gap with modern technology.
> The rest of the control and innovation is mainly to stop the modern
> technology that replaced this spark gap from exploding. Is it a huge leap
> technology to make a device function as a spark gap and to be complex as a
> modern DRSSTC? Some improvement!!
> I suggest a new breed, not species..