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Topic: Revised 1 phase drawings
Scott35
Moderator
posted 06-23-2001 12:08 PM

Hi everyone!

Just wanted to mention that I have added magnetic polarity marks ["Phi" symbol], to the previously posted
single phase schematics.
Also revised the formats and size of a few drawings, along with uploading/posting a few more single phase
schematics.

Eventually, I will have more schematics to post, ranging from Ballasts to Filters and Rectifier Circuits.
As soon as they are finished in AutoCAD, I'll convert them to rasters, then post here [this forum].
Just need to get time to do all this stuff again .

Scott SET

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1 Phase 3 Wire, w/ polarity marks.

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Topic: 1 phase trans. schematic [first in a series]
Scott35
Moderator
posted 05-11-2001 03:06 AM



Hi all,

Here's the first in a series of transformer schematics I have compiled and posted for your comments [through
the assistance of Bill - he is hosting the images for me].
Let me know what you like / dislike or just flat out hate!

This series is kind of a "Beta Test" to see how everything turns out after the drawings get changed around a
bunch of times.
They were originally drawn in AutoCAD R14, so text might be next to impossible to read on some [looks just
fine in AutoCAD ]

Anyhow, this schematic shows details of 1 phase split primary and secondary coil transformer with center
tapped neutral

I think my Epri [primary voltage] is like 12KV, so don't touch it!!

Scott



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Topic: 1 Phase xformer detail 3
Scott35
Moderator
posted 05-18-2001 09:30 PM



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.

Scott SET



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Topic: 1 phase xformer detail 6
Scott35
Moderator
posted 05-18-2001 09:32 PM

This one has dual secondaries with corresponding voltages. There's two output voltages here.

Scott SET



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Topic: 1 phase xformer detail 8
Scott35
Moderator
posted 05-18-2001 09:35 PM



Here's one with 4 separate secondaries, plus most secondaries have tapped windings. Some have one tap -
either in the center, or off center, the other has two taps. The one at the top is a normal winding [no taps]

If this image is too small to read/view, I'll resample it, then repost.

Scott SET

Yes I will need to resample this one!! Plus others!! - sorry for the small size
SET.

OK, this image and three others have been edited by me, then re-submitted to the forums om 5/19/2001.
I'll edit the "first set" of schematics so they are readable [the ones posted before these].
SET.


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