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Thankyou to Burak Incepinar for letting me document his design. This is his website if you want to check out more awesome designs.This Instructable will help you run ...
Things you will need:25mm x 20mm x 5mm ferrite core.AWG28 (~0.3mm) Magnet wire.AWG32 (0.2mm) Magnet wire.2x 22nF unpolarised capacitor, I used ones out of a camera flash.22 ohm ...
Try to pull the two "E" cores apart. Usually they have a little glue between them which makes it extremely hard to dismantle without breaking the ferrite core. ...
The hardest step if you can't count to 250...Use AWG28 (~0.3mm) wire to form primary and feedback windings and AWG32 (0.2mm) wire to form secondary. Make out a ...
Put your transformer back together, Making sure that if you broke the core that it goes back together the right way.There should be thin spacers made out of ...
WARNING, Only use the driver circuit when there is a fluorescent tube connected to the output or you can damage your transistor.Using the schematic, Put together the driver ...
If it isn't try:Reversing the feedback wiresCheck all your connectionsDoes your transistor work, If not get a new one.Has your circuit got power, If not, FIX IT!Enjoy the ...
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