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Willard2.0
Willard2.0

8 years ago

I would convert an ATX power supply from a computer. They are easy to find and can have very high amperage on the 12V rails. Look for one 500W or higher and can supply 30A at 12V. Then look to the right for the instructions for converting them for lab bench use.

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

8 years ago

Thing is, a uwave is about the best cheap source of big transformers there is. You need to find 400VA from somewhere

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iceng
iceng

8 years ago

Other power sources come to mind:
  • A Snap-8 nuclear generator.
  • A battery will do the job,  for a while.
  • An electric motor generator..
  • A running car.
  • A large solar array.
  • A Triad transformer is not üwave.
  • An inch ground probe separation in a HV distribution yard.
  • Microwave reception from a good source.
  • and some others.


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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

8 years ago

No, you need a transformer. What's wrong with making one from a uwave oven transformer ?