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RE: Resonant cap?
Original poster: Mike <megavolts61@xxxxxxxxx>
I hate to argue with you Gary, but I used to have two
2.4kVA transformers that ran at 20kHz and could, if put in series,
put out 60kVDC. I was planning to use them in parallel, for 30kV
and have a good rotary gap(high speed as previously mentioned in the
pseudo CW idea). I can't see a 2000V, 10ma transformer doing
much, but through a multiplier circuit or even direct driving a
secondary wound to 30kHz with frog hair fine wire, might do something.
Original poster: "Lau, Gary"
I don't understand. What is running at 30 KHz - the 2kV transformer?
If so, it won't work, at least not in any configuration that folks on
this List are familiar with. What you need is a "core and coil"
transformer, which means it runs at 50/60 Hz.
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