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Re: [TCML] Tuning primary to secondary with a scope
On 3/20/12 12:40 PM, Phil Tuck wrote:
To scope the secondary I just remove the RF earth and feed the signal into
the base and use a probe as an aerial, as far away as you can pick it up
still. Even then if someone walks past [say] 8 foot away on a medium sized
coil, you can see the effect on the scope.
There is a difference in the results gained between scoping them separately
(probably the correct manner) or with both sitting in situ on the coil, but
only around two or three kilohertz, I find on mine. As Gary states it's
best to learn doing them separately, first of all, to avoid possible
and in real life, the resonant frequency of the secondary comes down
from the capacitive loading of the sparks, once it starts to break out.
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