|[AMRadio] RE: Transformer LT Spice|
jcandela at prodigy.net
Sun Mar 23 16:11:46 EST 2008
>Mon, 17 Mar 2008 15:46:29 -0700
>To the techies on this list. I am designing a power
>supply using LTspice and need some numbers.
>Just had a thought that you might be able to
>answer a question I have. Do you know about
>what the various numbers might be for a power
>transformer for a 600 watt ham rig? What I
>need are typical numbers for primary resistance,
>primary leakage, primary inductance, secondary
>inductance, secondary leakage and secondary
>resistance. Primary voltage would be 240 volts
>and secondary would be what is needed for a
>DC level of about 1800 volts and a power level
>of 600 watts.
>Any clue as to the various numbers?
>- Jim Tonne WB6BLD
Reply by Jim, WD5JKO:
A lot of the parameters you mention depend on the construction method of the transformer, and which way the cost versus performance ratio went. I found a pretty good tutorial on the web that goes through a lot of this and a whole lot more.
Take a look at Patrick Turners web site, the link below goes specifically to power transformers. He has a whole lot more stuff there too.
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