|[AMRadio] Transmitting Mica F2 -vs- G2 types|
barrie at centric.net
Thu Sep 13 13:50:37 EDT 2007
Why not put the two you have in there now in series?
That would equal 750 pf, with plenty of voltage and current capability.
73, Barrie, W7ALW
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Subject: [AMRadio] Transmitting Mica F2 -vs- G2 types
> I am getting ready to convert my Gates BC-1T to 75 and 160 and need
> some opinions on the loading cap. The 1T uses fixed capacitance and a
> variable inductor for loading. I need about 750 pF for the loading
> cap on 75 meters. The original loading caps (two in parallel) are G2
> micas at 8000 vdc, however they are both 1500 pF. I have a type F2B
> that is 800 pF at 6000 vdc, that would be close enough, but I'm afraid
> it may not handle the current. The F2 is a much smaller unit than the
> G2's that are in there now. Anyone have any opinions on what the F2
> can handle? Being on a higher freq. than original design I think the
> 6KV rating might be okay, but I'm still concerned with the current
> rating of the F2 as opposed to the type G2.
> Nebraska Surplus has what I'm looking for, but they want $175 for it.
> Brian / wa5am
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