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Steve:
Hi,

I have build the circuit and i have the trafo and HV probe for my scope.
Still to build is the bifcoil accoording to the JL specs.
Also need destilled water... ;D ;D

Br
Steve

hydro:
while your at it,, post them transformer primary and secondary windings and wire gauge so we want be left in the dark..

Steve:
Well,

Thats what i will do after i made a SUCCESFULL replication....
But to help you out, the toroid trafo is a 12V 4amp in and 230V out type of Velleman

 ;) ;)

br
Steve

hydrogenmask:
Looks good Stevie. Hope to see resonance.

Where can I buy a non super expensive HV probe. I found this one on ebay:

http://cgi.ebay.com/One-new-100MHZ-Oscilloscope-clip-probe-x100-up-to-4KV_W0QQitemZ280082119735QQcmdZViewItem?_trksid=p3286.m20.l1116
Is 4Kv max good for this? what do you suggest ?

Hmask

Steve:

--- Quote from: hydrogenmask on June 29, 2008, 10:37:15 am ---Looks good Stevie. Hope to see resonance.

Where can I buy a non super expensive HV probe. I found this one on ebay:

http://cgi.ebay.com/One-new-100MHZ-Oscilloscope-clip-probe-x100-up-to-4KV_W0QQitemZ280082119735QQcmdZViewItem?_trksid=p3286.m20.l1116
Is 4Kv max good for this? what do you suggest ?

Hmask

--- End quote ---
Hmask,
I have the same hopes.! ;)
My probe is:
Tektronix P6015A
High Voltage Oscilloscope Probe, 20kV, 75MHz, X1000, 10 ft. long Cable
New price: $1,450.00
http://www.testpath.com/Items/High-Voltage-Oscilloscope-Probe-20kV-75MHz-X1000-10-ft-long-Cable-117-551.htm

And NO. I didnt pay that for it....i bought it on a local ebay site in my country for 150 US dollars.

I think that 4KV is not enough.....sorry. This because i think that we will start here with 2KV and probably end up much higher, as soon as we understand it all. Stan talked about  20KV......

br
Steve




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