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RE: Inexpensive Power Transformers

From my experience , do not bother cutting costs or using Hammonds . Hammond power transformers are nothing special and appear to be marginal with a 50Hz line frequancy . Here in Fareham , UK the mains supply voltage leans more towards 250V rather than 240V . Hammonds with 230V primaries over-run heaters and get warm very quickly .

Toroidals are usually ok and run cooler but I would recommend getting some decent transformers wound to spec with M6 cores and an electrostatic screen from a reputable winder .

George


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