|[AMRadio] Thordarson Transformer ID|
cra at floodcity.net
Tue May 25 14:15:22 EDT 2004
That seems like the dimensions of mine. Let me check this evening when I
go up to the Collins Radio Center.
Thank you for all you assistance.
Oh, one more thing, when do you suppose this transformer was manufactured?
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From: "B. Morgan Sherrod" <w5ami at tcworks.net>
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Sent: Tuesday, May 25, 2004 12:54 PM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Thordarson Transformer ID
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David Knepper" <cra at floodcity.net>
> To: "Discussion of AM Radio" <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
> Sent: Tuesday, May 25, 2004 10:42 AM
> Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Thordarson Transformer ID
> > Yes, that is the exact physical size.
> > Any more particulars like size, etc.
> > I could probably match the size with the voltage output.
> This unit is a model T-15P2 1690 watts. I can't find it in my old
catalog. Also it is called a "Multi Volt" for
> various outputs. I also discovered it can run either 120 or 220 volts
by moving a tap on the primary side. It is about
> 12" long, 7.5" wide and 9" tall. Probably weighs about 90 to 100 lbs.
Feels like more with my aching back.
> Preston Gaddis who originally owned the Bartlesville Kilowatt ran a pair
of 304TL's, among a few other varieties.
> According to log entries, etc., his output was in the KW range, so I
suspect he ran around 2800 - 3000vdc on the plates
> using this transformer.
> I thought I had the specs on this thing, but can't seem to remember
where I saw them. Maybe someone on the list has
> As mentioned by someone else, it would be easy enough to determine the
output with some test voltage, however the "Multi
> Volt" taps might be difficult to decipher!
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