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Author Topic: my version of the sqm  (Read 16423 times)

Offline kooler

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Re: my version of the sqm
« Reply #30 on: December 22, 2010, 03:12:44 AM »
the more voltage in the spark the better the transfer.. you could use any transformer.. getting 5kv or more helps..
the aircore does three things.. first, it collects leakage from the hv coil.. second , it keeps the load from pulling more from the input so the input draw stays the same.. third, induction.. the spikes are tall they kind of over run the iron transformer..
the feed back to input is just to give xtra power in..
the important part is the power made between the aircore and out transformer..
yes i perfer to wind my own transformers.. if you use ferrite .. you don't need the aircore.. but you will need two ferrite transformers..
but the input source needs to be cap discharges or the spark discharge like above..
my aircore setups seem to be best when using about 1000 turns on secondary and 40 turns primany..
a good one i made used 22 awg mag wire..