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Old 6th Sep 2007, 5:19 am   #1
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Default Darius's Standards converter Coil Info Wanted

Hi!

I've collected together all Darius's plans (Member Oldeurope I believe) but unfortunately he hasn't shown any info on how to wind the inductors in his System A modulator! Wire gauge? Number of turns? Diameter of coil? I can see from his pictures most of them seem to be self-supported air-cored coils, if anyone has sucessfully made one of these modulators and can post or PM-me the coil instructions I'd be very grateful!

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Old 6th Sep 2007, 10:28 am   #2
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Default Re: Darius's Standards converter Coil Info Wanted

I'd send him an e-mail via the forum. He's a helpful chap and is bound to reply.

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Old 6th Sep 2007, 1:31 pm   #3
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Think I used 5 turns of 20swg spaced about 1mm, on a 6mm mandrel.....
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Old 8th Sep 2007, 12:05 pm   #4
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Default Re: Darius's Standards converter Coil Info Wanted

Hi, I've just noticed this thread.
Sean is right. I used a griddipmeter to find out a nice coil.

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