How to ballast an MOT with another Mot and have it to have resonance at the same time? Answered
So I have two MOTS and 3 MOC'S (microwave oven capacitors) and I'm wondering how I can wire it to be ballasted and to also have resonance at the same time.. If that's possible.. Because I'd like to have it ballasted but ballasting limits current which in turn gives you smaller arcs so I want to wire it to have resonance so I can have big arcs while still having it ballasted.. Someone please help quick!..
To make it simple I wanna know how to wire two MOTS to be ballasted and also have resonance..
An idea came to mind if I have two MOTS I can wire one to act as an inductive ballast but Idk how to so that's why I came here but I could do that after I figure out from you guys and then maybe I could use one capacitor to act with the inductive ballast and use the capacitor as a second ballast for capacitive ballasting go work along with the inductive ballast.. Anyway
Just help me with wiring it to be ballasted and how to wire it to have resonance while ballasted..
And if I can use both the 2nd mot and the capacitor to both work as ballasts at the same time..
Thank you c:
No homo but much love if you take your time to help me c; <3
Both MOTS are atleast 1000 to 1100 watts and let off 2000 volts minimum and atleast 20 to 30 amps when arcs are being made because my circuit breaker always trips on the wall panel with all the breakers to everything in the house and capacitors are atleast 0.80 to 0.98 uF.. And have a max capacitance of 2000 to 2200 volts minimum.. I can't afford my own circuit breaker to wire to any of the MOTS nor thecapacitor s and can't afford a wall plug thing to wire to a switch either.. So limited on some things..