In addition EPD makes a good product but plan on spending at least
$400, perhaps more.
How much are you prepared to spend? Because of the price of copper
any custom plate iron you get that has some muscle is going to
probably cost some coin. More if you want it potted and several taps.
Even if you don't need them if you are paying for a custom job it's a
good idea to get a CT on the secondary and of course one on the
primary, plus a few more taps on the secondary. You may decide 4.25
KV DC with a cap input filter is a bit high, or if not, extra taps
afford different supply voltages and increase the versatility of the
transformer and its resale value if you ever decide to let it go.
On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 12:35 PM, Steve Bookout <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello all,
> Where do you look for a new HV plate transformer these days?
> I understand Peter Dahl is no longer around.
> I'm looking for 3000 VAC secondary @ 1+ amp CCS.
> 73 de Steve, NR4M
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