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RE: Parallel wiring a center tapped transformer - question

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Thanks Chris. I suspected as much.

Your thought is a good one re choke loading. I am a big believer, and had played with the idea. I can even fine tune the voltage with a small (less than 2u) cap in front of the choke. My search for another way was driven mainly by my attempt to cram this project onto too small of a chassis. I have a beautiful huge choke (9H, 400ma) that would work, but it would use up too much space (and I kind of would like to save it for another project I have in mind). A bigger chassis is obviously another alternative.

I am also looking at Antek toroidals, which would allow for lots of current and are not prohibitively expensive, and look to be small.


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Topic - Parallel wiring a center tapped transformer - question - Perseo 12:35:32 08/17/10 ( 2)