high voltage transformer

I found a flybacktransformer and I would like to sale it. its is nice and heavy built and would have a better duty cycle than one of the newer ones. I would like to get $12 for it. finding a flyback like this one is not always too easy. I added a mug to show the size of it.

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 If it is guaranteed to work, I'll take it today. What is the input / output on this one?
inductionheat! (author)  M4industries7 years ago
I dont have this one anymore but I do have another one, but a little smaller. they do work! 10kv is about what I get out. I have pushed flyback transformers up to 170VDC, but I found out that if your running them at a high current. DO NOT break the arc because they will self- destruct instantly. the smaller one works just fine too.
taterkiller7 years ago
please tel me u still have it
ill give you 10 bucks for it
inductionheat! (author)  taterkiller7 years ago
I have another one that is a little small than this one
Kiteman8 years ago
(Moved to Marketplace)

It would help if you stated where you are, and roughly how much postage would cost in and out of your home country.
inductionheat! (author)  Kiteman8 years ago
USA....... Utah..... The postage depends where you are.
What is the postage to the UK? I might be interested...
inductionheat! (author)  Plasmana7 years ago
$6 to $10 I would have to weigh it. but I think its closer to 6
lemonie8 years ago
That's more than twice the price of the other one - did you sell it?
https://www.instructables.com/community/Fly-back-for-SALE-5/

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inductionheat! (author)  lemonie8 years ago
Yes I did. but this one is alot bigger and can handle more power than

https://www.instructables.com/community/Fly-back-for-SALE-5/
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