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Re: Solid state microwave oven
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Original poster: Jerry White <starcatfisher@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I need to learn more about sshv electronics! does anyone know of a good
website to learn from? I used to work on radar and other hv electronics in
the navy in the late 70s & early 80s but I don't know any thing about
charcing reactors, etc. For now I think I will just remove the electronics
intact and save them. I am still working on gathering parts for my first SGTC!
Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Original poster: "Jim Lux"
Certainly, it would be interesting to experiment with. You've basically got
a several kV DC power supply there. Charging reactor, cap, etc. might be
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Sent: Saturday, March 19, 2005 6:41 PM
Subject: Solid state microwave oven
> Original poster: Jerry White
> I was just given a solid stats microwave, no mot:-(
> Does anyone know anything about these? Are there any parts in there that
> can be used for coils?