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Re: Ignition Coils (fwd)
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Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2007 10:03:16 +0930
From: Roger Foreman <rebus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Ignition Coils (fwd)
Gentleman, I've been one of those avid listeners sitting quietly in the
background for the last few months.
I've learnt a great deal about TC and related HV technology in that time -
I'm grateful to you all.
Langer, I'm working on something similar to you (desktop size TC) The
fellows at www.rmcybernetics.com have a straight-forward circuit featuring
adjustable frequency and duty cycle, specifically intended for driving loads
such as ignition coil/s. Hope this helps.
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From: "Tesla list" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2007 8:22 AM
Subject: Ignition Coils (fwd)
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> Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2007 22:47:24 +0000
> From: Langer Giv'r <transworldsnowboarding19@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: tesla@xxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Ignition Coils
> Hello. I'm planning on building a new table top TC powered by ignition
> coils. My first tesla coil was powered by 4 MOT's, so this is a
> power drop, but I'm just looking for efficiency not power. What is the
> way to do it? (ie. how many could you use, do i need a voltage doubler,
> i need any solid state equiptment, etc.)
> Thanks a lot for the help,
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