You need to first define what the 600 watt rig is. SSB PEP power or an AM
rig. What kind of voltage regulation do you need/want.
Full wave voltage doubler or full wave bridge, capacitor or choke input.
These will all make quite a difference as to the transformer requirement.
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> Subject: [Amps] Power transformer for 600 watt rig
> To the techies on this list. I am designing a power
> supply using LTspice and need some numbers.
> Just had a thought that you might be able to
> answer a question I have. Do you know about
> what the various numbers might be for a power
> transformer for a 600 watt ham rig? What I
> need are typical numbers for primary resistance,
> primary leakage, primary inductance, secondary
> inductance, secondary leakage and secondary
> resistance. Primary voltage would be 240 volts
> and secondary would be what is needed for a
> DC level of about 1800 volts and a power level
> of 600 watts.
> Any clue as to the various numbers?
> - Jim Tonne WB6BLD
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