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RE: usable potential transformers? (fwd)

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Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2007 07:55:27 -0500
From: Rich & DJ <rdj@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: 'Tesla list' <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: RE: usable potential transformers? (fwd)

I got the transformer from a unit on it's way to scrap, it was run from a
120v single phase line, then a transformer 120/208 to get the 208 ?? Does
not make a lot of sense to me. Now I run it on a 240V variac.

Subject: Re: usable potential transformers? (fwd)

From: BunnyKiller <bunnikillr@xxxxxxx>
To: Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: usable potential transformers? (fwd)

Ahhh  yes  the infamous 208 3 phase...
Coherent and Trymedine love to use that due to the low ripple on DC 
usage ( requires alot smaller cap)
the 13KV unit must have been for a flashlamp laser :)

Scot D

>I am asking for a little help in understanding. I am not an electrician or
>EE. I guess I spoke out of turn about 208v. A transformer I have on a coil
>is 13Kv at 1.9Kva with a 208Vac input, it is from a laser. I remember when
>was working some of the computer rooms were had 208v. I thought it was used
>more often.
>Rich from the middle of Missouri.