On 29/04/15 04:00, Manfred Mornhinweg <email@example.com> wrote:
>> How do I calculate G2 voltage from the Anode voltage?
> Basically you decide at what input power level you will run the tube.....
Thanks Manfred, that's very clear!
> So the IMD will be poor, if you drive the tube to a reasonable output.
> With higher screen voltage, this will turn even worse. I would think
> that a 4-400A doesn't combine very well with a 2.5kV supply, unless
> all you want is relatively low power operation. If instead you used a
> 3.5kV supply, you could just run in class AB1 for the same output
> power, with saturation starting at 800V, giving you a better
> combination of efficiency and distortion.
Ok. I see.
With your spreadsheet, I built a transformer to do filament, sg1, and
tapped sg2, and that worked real well. Flux density is a little high at
1.4 so it will have a little muffin fan on it, so anyway I can now wind
a better transformer for the plate. I will try the plate transformer I
have, and then probably build a new one for it.
Thanks for sharing with people on the Internet, Manfred. You do a good
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