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Re: Safety Chokes
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Original poster: "Dr. Resonance" <resonance@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sometimes safety chokes can produce unwanted resonances with a NST. You are
better off using Terry Fritz's "Terry Filter" which incorporates varisters,
small caps, and a few 50 watt resistors for effective filtering. It also
employs a safety gap off each xmfr bushing.
Perhaps Terry can post the reference to his archives for this filter.
> Can anyone tell me how do design a proper safety choke for a 12,000 volt
> NST and a 4.5" coil.