{Collins} Re: Transformers Wanted



BTW  the more and about typical voltages for these are 12/24  or 16/32 and 
.500-.750 KVA is ample for your needs ..  the 750's and 1kva are most easily 
the obtainable ..



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From: "James Thorusen" <entropycat@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Sunday, June 17, 2007 4:19 AM
Subject: {Collins} Transformers Wanted


> Greetings to the list:
>
>   I have a very nice 30S1 sitting around gathering dust because I am 
> afraid
> to plug it into my 248 volt AC mains.
>
>   I need a pair of filament or buck-boost transformers, 9 or 10 volt
> secondaries capable of 10 amps or so, primaries either 120 or 240 volt.
> These should knock the line voltage down to just about the right value.
>
>   I might be able to get by with 12 volt secondaries, although that will
> drop the input to the 30S1 pretty close to 220 volts instead of the 
> designed
> 230.   I am not made of money;  anything reasonably priced out there?
>
> Thanks,
> Jim T.
> KB6GM
> entropycat@xxxxxxxxxxx
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