|[AMRadio] Ferroresonant transformer revisited|
rickbras at airmail.net
Wed May 10 10:15:11 EDT 2006
No doubt, they are noisy rascals, hot too. Geoff, I'm glad you
mentioned 450TL. I have one I acquired with an old BC-610 someone had
hacked up trying to make an amplifier. Is there a way to test more than
the filament other than putting it in a working amplifier? I'd kind of
like to build something around it, but would hate to get it all complete
only to find the tube was too weak or dead.
> The transformer I had (which ultimatly went back to Ronnie/W5SUM when he
> got my 450TL's) was labled a "Sola Constant Voltage Transformer".
> 90 ~ 150v input, 7.5v ouput @ 42amps.
> I remember hooking the thing up one time, to check some tubes (450's)
> and with just the primary connected, the durn thing was 'noisey'. Made
> noise, just sitting there, with no load. Noise didn't change with a
> load, either, but that transformer sure did lite up a pair of 450TL's...
> 7.5v @ 12amps, each.
> 73 = Best Regards,
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