>> // The pin spacing in an N and a BNC are identical. Both breakdown at
>> c. 4000v on my hi-pot tester.
>I had quite a hard job to get the N series to survive
>at 3500VDC in my HT PSU, lots of flashes, centerpins
>was melt etc. Swaped to C connectors and has never
>been a problems since.
>Series C seems to be a great HT connector up to at least 4kV
>although it has the same ratings as the N in my sheets....
// The ratings should seemingly not be the same because the leakage path
in an N connector is shorter than the leakage path in a C. Weird
- R. L. Measures, 805.386.3734, AG6K, www.vcnet.com/measures.
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