[Amps] HV cable for abt 200 degrees celsius?
philk5pc at tyler.net
Mon Apr 12 16:49:10 EDT 2004
Subject: Re: [Amps] HV cable for abt 200 degrees celsius?
Peter Dahl has white silicon HV wire that is super flexible, and rated
to 20kv or more.
He has been selling it to me by the foot for years.
ð The requirement of 200¼ C might be met by silicone-rubber insulated
wire, Belden makes HV silicone-rubber insulated wire for auto
ignition systems and test-leads. .
On Apr 10, 2004, at 8:56 PM, AA6DX wrote:
> Don't know about these days, but used to use TV high-voltage lead
> available in bulk at TV/electronic wholesale parts stores. Coax
> swell, too .. I used to use RG-8 with over 5500 volts (4-1000
> amplifiers) --- never had a problem.
> 73, Mark AA6DX
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Frank Goenninger" <frank_goenninger at t-online.de>
> To: <amps at contesting.com>
> Sent: Saturday, April 10, 2004 12:45 PM
> Subject: [Amps] HV cable for abt 200 degrees celsius?
>> Hi all:
>> Yet another question for building this GU-84b based amp:
>> What cables would you suggest (and where to get that in Europe) for
>> High Voltage (abt 4 kV) connections within the amp and between the
>> and the PS?
>> Which insulation to take? PE, VPE?
>> Thx es 73 de Frank DG1SBG
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