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Actually, it can work both ways. With mine i found it works better if i connect the Anode to the collector, and the cathode to the emitter.
Good job, but I would rather not spend all my money on an NST, just use a flyback transformer and a driver. Equally dangerous though.
How would i bypass the optocoupler, i have heard of soldering together two of the pins, but i cannot find out which ones to solder.
Is there a way that I could possibly connect two computer PSUs so I could get a 24v output at the same amperage of the original one or higher? Maybe connecting them in parallel, or one -12 to a +12 rail of the other? Someone please help me on this. Thanks in advance!
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I recently made a zvs driver, and I am using a 400w power supply, I hooked up the circuit to the 12v rail, and it doesn't produce any arcs, but one of the transistors heats up, could anyone possibly help? I've checked all of the connections, and an open to any advice given.