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Old 29th September 2004, 09:31 PM   #11
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Alas, transformers are the component that would be most desiriable to "scrounge" but the most difficult to find in an apropriate configuration.
since we're on the topic, what electronic item *would* likely have a 18 or 20 volt dual secondary transformer inside? are these typical to anything?
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since we're on the topic, what electronic item *would* likely have a 18 or 20 volt dual secondary transformer inside? are these typical to anything?
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... not the ones i've opened so far. any particular type?
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since we're on the topic, what electronic item *would* likely have a 18 or 20 volt dual secondary transformer inside? are these typical to anything?

yeah amplifiers, and another good one is UPS's (they even list the VA rating on the unit). But they have a single secondary, so you will have to find 2 identical transformers.

You could check the local flea market for old heavy amps I guess.
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