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Re: [TCML] coin shrinking
I believe the Geek Group built a quarter shrinker comprised of multiple large electrolytic capacitors that worked. It's my understanding that the dV/dT is much better for this though, with the higher voltage pulse caps (say like 10's of kV at 10's or 100's of uFds.) And as you've stated, the voltage reversals can be problematic for electrolytics. But since you already have them....
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> On Oct 27, 2013, at 6:26 AM, Mark X2 <susax2@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> recently I've purchased 50 6800uF 350V electrolytic capacitors and I was
> wondering if I could use these in a capacitor bank to shink coins. I know
> the reverse voltage may pose a problem, but I know there are ways around
> this. Tips or ideas are very welcome.
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