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« on: March 27, 2009, 15:44:50 pm »
So the VIC can transform 10 volts into 10,000 volts/ low amps  for about 2-3 watts of electrical input when it is conneted like Stan says it should be , all north poles aligned on one side of the core .

But this does not explain the VIC from 10-3b and 10-3a , these are not connected the same way but they are used for somethin , so what is their purpose ?

This is what I am trying to find out .

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« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2009, 16:07:23 pm »
I think those are the same as the other vic's, except without the transformer coils  (primary/scondary combination), since signal 49 refers to 10v pulsed.
voltage is enhanced by SS and copper coils only (10-5), more of these in the stack gives higher voltages.