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RE: Minimum distance

Original poster: "Bill Miller" <screengrid@xxxxxxxxxxx>

When dealing with high voltages, I always use the rule of 10,000 volts per inch. Thats at 60 cycles or DC, not sure if it works at other frequencies.

Thank You,


From: "Tesla list" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: tesla@xxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Minimum distance
Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2006 19:46:05 -0600

Original poster: "CajunCoiler" <cajuncoiler@xxxxxxxxxxx>

The almost-recent talk about transformers below the
primary/secondary coil assembly causing interference
has me pondering...

...is there a formula for calculating a
minimum non-interfering clearance?  Perhaps even a
"rule of thumb" method?

I'd like to be able to get placement right the first
time, as financial restraints forbid making changes
to the supporting framework under the supply components
this time around.

Project parameter data at...
C.L. Mayeux