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Re: High Voltage Transformer
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Original poster: "Jim Lux" <jimlux@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
New or surplus?
New.. companies like Peter H. Dahl will do one for you. They probably have
a catalog one that would work.
Surplus.. you're on your own. A pole transformer or potential transformer
is your best bet, but heavy.
Bear in mind that new systems use switchers running at >20kHz for capacitor
charging. Companies like Maxwell Technologies (in one of their current
incarnations... physics international or general atomic) sell such things.
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Subject: High Voltage Transformer
> Original poster: NuclearFirestorm@xxxxxxx
> I'm looking for a transformer and have had trouble finding what I'm
> after. I need a transformer with the following specs.
> Primary: 120 V
> Secondary: 10 kV (anything a little higher is okay)
> Power: around 2.5 kVA
> This is not for a tesla coil, it will be part of a capacitor charging
> If anyone can point me to a distributor that offers this kind of
> transformer I would be very grateful.