i need to step 90vac (ballasted) to 300v any help or if 9-18vac 2a is easier
Then you need a 1:3.3 transformer with a sufficient current rating for your job.have I missed something here??
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Well the current dosent really matter the 90 pulls barely any current how got no is is i had a 120 in 12v out and i put 120 in and the with the 12 out i hooked it to the secondary of a 12v coil just like the first one so It seeps down to 12 then steps up to 90
The current you draw from the transformer WILL matter quite a lot - It is the key to the gauge of the wire and the number of turns you need.transformer calculations can be found if you search round the web or look at ICENG's advice.Winding your own is a long and tedious process that may or may not work in the end for all sorts of reasons.We don't know what your trying to do in the end so it is hard to advise.My feeling is that at the moment your electrical knowledge isn't good enough to be able to DIY a transformer that does what you want.Dealing with mains electricity is dangerous as I am sure you know and connecting transformers back to back can lead to problems if your not sure what is happening.For the moment I would shelve this project until your expertise gets better.
I'm no puppet toy maker, but on changing energy from 90 V to 300 V are you asking DC or AC ? What does 9- 18v 2a mean ? A
Its 90vac and i need 300vacthe 9-18v 2a wass if it wass easier to step that up rather than 90vac ballasted
OK that is straight forward... 90 vac to 300 vac is a transformer away. Any industrial standard 440 vac step down to 120 vac transformer is very close to your need [1: 3.67] it will step up 90 vac to 330 vac. Allied, Mouser maybe eBay has stock. Then TRriad makes and stocks lots of transformers or do you want to wind your own ? A
I could wind my own so its 1:3 how many wraps on the single
i don't have any ibles? im advanced at my electronics im 15 just turned and do lots and lots i don't post tho cuzz i don't have the patients to take pics off everything but don't take me wrong i do alot and and 1 to 3 so one hundred primary and 300 secondary
Sorry confused you with someone. Not that easy. Read my steps, lots of math and design and work. First you need an iron core then figure wire then figure turns I just know most line and higher Xfmrs are at least 200 turns. You should buy a 440:120 transformer. A
Would maby a hand wrapped flyback work so theirs fewer wraps
The primary yes but the secondary must withstand 20kv a very difficult insulationsituation i would not try winding myself.A
Without a very well equipped workshop and high vacuum pumping gear, you can't make a magnetron.
+1 although the first Magnatrons were hand made this isn't something you can do easily.The rest of your question makes little sense more information required like where do these figures come from.
I need to step 90vac to 300vac thats all i need the 90vac is ballasted so would 9-18vac be easier to step up Thanks