Various aspects of home brew inverters

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Joined: 26/07/2007
Location: Australia
Posts: 1686
Posted: 02:54pm 07 Mar 2017      

Thanks Tony, I feel like I might not be as mad as I previously presupposed

I have enough ignorance to seemingly keep inventing/finding things that everyone already knows.

There is a possibility that as everyone winds different transformers, the input impedances are all different, and so the wave front on everyones units will be different , and so require slightly different inductors.

The stiffer the primary, the faster the input spike will try to be, is what I found out with the fencer units.... I have seen up to 400kw in those things ( yes really, 10000v@40 amps measured with the Gallagher fence testers.).

Look forward to more stuff from Poida.... pretty excited to see this thread evolve.

yes.... small things amuse small minds
Village idiot...or... just another hack out of his depth