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 Post subject: Little power supply
PostPosted: Sep Tue 22, 2020 9:14 pm 
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This is a Motorola VT71 high voltage section transferred to a home-made chassis. It's got a transformer underneath, a 6X4 and pi filter on top. It does nicely for testing those high voltage coupling capacitors.....and others. Low voltage side goes to about 400 volts..... high voltage to about 5K. All with voltage taps. Neon bulb near coil is the idiot light. Craig


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 Post subject: Re: Little power supply
PostPosted: Oct Fri 09, 2020 12:08 am 
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It looks like you went old(er)-school with an 8016!


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 Post subject: Re: Little power supply
PostPosted: Dec Thu 10, 2020 9:06 am 
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Back in my HAWK days, we used to tape a disconnected neon bulb to the feed horn of our K band RORs for an RF indicator. Worked well, especially at night.

John


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