I don't think so, although I haven't built one of these myself.Armagdn03 said:Question, would that circuit give off a wave form similar to....../l/l/l/l/l/l/l/l/l/l/l, ramp generator?
It depends on how you drive it.Goldsphere said:I don't think so, although I haven't built one of these myself.
I know that the circuit can deliver quite a lot of power, having the cap there it acts like the primary of a TC, but how exactly it works i'm not sure, I'm not an engineer either, just a tinkerer.
Been there done that. Pain In the Ass is what it is. There are Welds all over the transformer, and you need a dremel or similar tool to cut through them. Then once you do that, you have to remove the bottom plate, And Start Removing the bottom of the Core. Once you do that, You have to start splitting the E Core and try prying the Primary and secondary Out WITHOUT ruining them.Ambient said:Well I am clumsy sometimes, so maybe I should just scrap the microwave transformer for the copper wire. It must have at least a few pounds of copper to bring to a salvage company.
Just curious: What is the usual microwave transformer voltage?
thanks for that. but where is the documentation for it? cant find it on Silicon Sam's Technology Resource - Welcome Page anywhere. or on google.I built this cap charger for a small solid state laser. Well documented, easy to build, and works well. I got the cores and bobbins for free from the company mentioned in the article.