Ready? I have not seen anyone sell It cost me that about PLN 100 secondary Lamp 150 (including one not working + heatsink worth 100 PLN) (slu1982 knows something about ) The rest within 50 PLN They are not dangerous, they can only burn ... That's how you can touch them freely
I put on a toroid (it's a good thing) and a nice long yellow bow comes from it. And in the meantime, I make firecrackers from diodes. And so I think to give one of the microwave. I also found a plate for Staccato Controller Link and ti is for SSTC and VTTC
Hello, I also did this tutorial on the GU-81 but at the beginning of the tests, when the lamp was warming up, the coil quickly disassembled and had secondary-primary punctures. Now, after trying to run, it does not give signs of "life". The power transformer only "purrs." What could be the reason for this problem? Everything is connected according to the diagram from the first post. Capacitors have MMCs connected in series.
Give me a picture of the coil, it's always better to write how the picture is. See the glow between the 1,2,5 legs should be the transition, you could have changed the diode next to the MOT, or confuse the grid with the anode on the top of the lamp.
I just remembered that on the site of the author of the diagram he wrote "in case of problems with starting, change ends from one of the windings" but as for the reason I'm not sure because the site has been removed. and I uploaded photos:
These errors were in the form of incorrectly marked resistors in the Staccato Controller after designing the tile by colleague Bonkot. slam456 instead of this clamp at the top of the lamp you could bend the tongue out and push the female connector on it. Where should Staccato Controller be turned on? Behind the glow of a glowing lamp or before MOT - em ?.