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For my first Instructable, I decided to make a high voltage power supply out of 2 microwaves. The videos should give you good idea of the final product ...
This circuit gives off more than enough power to kill you. I am not responsible for any injuries you may get from doing the following steps.
Most of the stuff you need will come straight out of a microwave, so see Plasmana's instructable, but you will need:2 Microwave transformers2 Safety switches2 125V 15A fuses ...
Simply place the parts in an orientation so that you can wire it up easily. Then drill the transformers and fuse holders onto the 2x4 and nail the ...
The circuit will be wired in series, giving you an output of about 4kV. I decided to use 2 plugs to make sure I don't set the wires ...
Carefully, wearing non grounded shoes, holding non-conductive rods to push the switch, press the switches and hold them. Don't look directly at the arc without eye protection, it ...
I purposely put the 2 safety switches on opposite sides of the 2x4 to prevent me or anyone else from turning it on by themselves. Also, to keep ...
I decided that I could find a better and more presentable base for my project than scrap 2x4, so I reorganized everything onto a piece of Formica giving ...
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How to: High current Microwave oven Transformerby HazzWold1993
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