|[AMRadio] Transformers Revised|
gkbrown at gwi.net
Mon Feb 19 06:02:54 EST 2007
Kinda scratching my head here, if the primary voltage is passing thru a
rheostat, why the need for 100 volt primary trannys?
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From: "ARS W5OMR" <ars.w5omr at gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Transformers Revised
> On 2/18/07, Rick Brashear <rickbras at airmail.net> wrote:
> > I just made a discovery. The BT-20-A broadcast transmitter uses several
> > filament transformers for the various stages. All of them are rated at
> > 100 volts AC primary. All of the primaries pass through a voltage
> > adjusting rheostat and volt meter to insure proper filament voltage on
> > all tubes. So, my earlier request for a 115 vac primary filament
> > transformer was wrong. It needs to have a 100 vac primary.
> I've seen a lot of filament transformers that had 0 - 100 - 105 - 110
> taps on the primary, with one secondary. They're out there, Rick.
> What voltages do you need? I might have one.
> Operating your AM rig without a scope
> is like driving our car at night without headlights.(~K4KYV)
> 73 = Best Regards
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