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Re: The New Guy
Original poster: Brett Miller <brmtesla2@xxxxxxxxx>
Dan, John, Mike..and VTTC coilers,
Dan lives in the right town, in fact just a few
minutes from my house...plus I just about have all the
parts for my 833A system. Dan gave me an 813 as part
of a trade, and I think we have 3 or 4 between us, so
I am already planning on making my VTTC modular, so
that I can plug in a variety of triodes or other tubes
running as triodes, and with a minimal amount of
change, get decent performance. As Dan and I met in
the ham radio hobby we both get regular access to the
components common to both linear RF amplifiers and
tube coils. Oh and I also have a 304tl with a known
good filament, plus a variety of rarer tubes in boxes
in my lab, many of which will definately be fun to try
out in a coil.
On another subject, I visited Dan's lab last night,
and his first disruptive coil has improved its
efficiency and is now producing sparks in excess of
the winding length. Congratulations Dan.
--- Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Original poster: Mike <megavolts61@xxxxxxxxx>
> Hi Dan,
> Welcome to the world of high levels of FUN!!.
> You might want
> to design your system at least to a good
> approximation and let us
> know what primary capitance you want. I had a
> good vttc system,
> but no experience with them and burned out my
> tubes.....I guess
> either they were old or I didn't let them heat up
> enough. I cannot
> remember the caps value it used.
> Anyway....I'm sure someone on here can hook you
> Have the bug BAD! Need caps, if anyone can give me
> suggestions on
> where I can scrounge some LARGE caps for another
> project or has a
> diagram for a VTTC using an 813 tube please let me
> Cheap Talk?
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