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#127260 - 05/18/01 06:30 PM 1 Phase xformer detail 3
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Let's see if this image uploads right, then we can discuss it!!
BTW: It should be a 1 phase 2 wire transformer with split coil primary and secondary. Pri connected in series, Sec connected in parallel.

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#127261 - 05/18/01 08:36 PM Re: 1 Phase xformer detail 3
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Scott,

Nice Diagram, you're getting good at that!


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#127262 - 05/19/01 01:22 AM Re: 1 Phase xformer detail 3
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Thanks, Bill!!

The problem I was having with the font size is because when I plot stuff from AutoCAD, a font sized as they are in these drawings turns out to be maybe as large as 2" tall on the plan pages!!!
So I was using my preset scaled fonts for AutoCAD, which will plot [print] fonts at 10 to 12 point size on 1/4" = 1'-0" scale drawings.
Needless to say, they sure looked big to me in AutoCAD [just used to it].
Totally different story when they got uploaded!!

Thanks for all the neat stuff and the utility!! Sure makes things easier on my end to edit.

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#127263 - 05/19/01 11:28 AM Re: 1 Phase xformer detail 3
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Scott,

OK,
Let me start things off here. What are the key features/benefits and qualities/uses for this type of Transformer?


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#127264 - 05/19/01 01:23 PM Re: 1 Phase xformer detail 3
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Great job Scott!

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