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Re: Litz Wire
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Original poster: "Christoph Bohr" <cb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sorry, but I messed up some terms.
This was because stranded wire is called "Litze" in german
and th RF type is only a special kind.
Of course uninsulated wires make no difference at this point.
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Subject: Re: Litz Wire
> Original poster: "Malcolm Watts" <m.j.watts@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> On 8 Mar 2005, at 7:55, Tesla list wrote:
> > Original poster: "Christoph Bohr" <cb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Helllo Folks.
> > I can only watch the list once in a while over the
> > alst few weeks so excuse me if I missed something in this
> > thread, but one idea came to my mind:
> > I do not think ordinary "household" litz wire will do any
> > good for a secondary over solid copper, expect when you
> > wind a 2 foot diameter coil it might be easier to work with ;-)
> Household Litz ??
> > But what about that spacial RF litz, that is composed of
> > ssingle strands that are isolated from each other.
> That _is_ Litz wire. Uninsulated strands don't count.
> > I once read about people winding their secondarys in several
> > layers claiming imprived performance, wouldn't using this litz
> > be more or less the same... several parallel windings with
> > exactly the same length?...
> > Onca again, just a thought
> > best regards
> > Christoph