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Old 25th January 2005, 05:47 PM   #1
xcortes is offline xcortes  Mexico
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Default Question to Supravox /Fertin Field Coil Users

What kind of wire/connectors should I use between the PSU and the driver?

Does it really matter?

David Levinson from Supravox America recommended: "16 gauge thermostat wire from Home Depot which is solid copper in a
strong jacket, designed for use inside walls of houses. It's a little stiff, but works well. You could also use home appliance wire (stranded copper) if you wanted something more flexible, but its quite a bit more expensive",

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Old 25th January 2005, 06:14 PM   #2
ScottG is offline ScottG  United States
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The diameter matters for current capability.

The most important thing though is shielding.. It sounds like the stuff recommended has very good shielding.
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