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My Isolation Transformer

My my my, I found a transformer on e-bay rated at 30 to 50 amps @ 120 - 240 volts. This equates to on the high side 7,200 to 12,000 KV. A Monster, UPS box said 80# but it only weighs about 65# I guess.

The inductance turned out to be 112 mH The Reactance chart turned out to show 75 Ohm resistance at 120 Hz.

This may change after I hook up the capacitors and the L-2 coil,

I do not know.

I understand I need a 75 Ohm resistor here but I am not sure if it needs to be rated at high voltage. Dugh

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Now, substitute two or more capacitors (rated at 5,000 volts or more) for the capacitor bank shown on the Circuits page. I use more than two 34 microfarad capacitors.

2

Finish out the circuit as shown. You are now in business!

3

Voltage - Amperage limiting resistors are required across the output side of the Load transformer. These are used to adjust the output level and the desired cycles per second.

4

Don Smith's Suggestions:

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Get a copy of the "Handbook of Electronic Tables and Formulas", published by Sams, ISBN 0-672-22469-0, also an LCR meter is required.

Chapter 1 in this book has important time constant (frequency) information and a set of reactance charts in nomograph style which makes working, and approximating of the three variables (capacitance, inductance and resistance)much easier. If two of the variables are known, then the third one can be read from the nomograph.


The capacitor bank | Magnetic Flux Amplification |







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