Kevin LaHaie wrote:
> Harbach recommends a single strand of #32 or 36 wire create a fusible
I really don't like the thought of a piece of wire in there long enough
to extinguish the arc, or to coat things with vaporized copper. OTOH
using regular fuses is inviting disaster. Most are rated no more than
250 v. HV fuses are difficult to find but about the only safe way to go.
> link, in series with the current limiting resistor. Makes sense -
> inexpensive with big potential returns! A recommended source of this
> wire being a single strand from a computer disk drive ribbon cable - we
> all have those lying around!
> 73 Kevin K7ZS
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> How about a resistor in series with fuse.
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