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Old 2nd January 2007, 12:06 AM   #21
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flg, here's what I did:
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Old 2nd January 2007, 12:10 AM   #22
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Thanks, Choky.

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John, Actually that surpised me... But when series'ed and coupled, they are 4X right???
Sorry, I'm a little behind, Let's go back and catch up to my brothers phone connection...
It's not just the phone connection, I'm confused...
trying to catch up from last night I guess...
With the 2 windings coupled but paralelled You basically only have bigger wire and the same turns! Assentialy "BiFilar wound" and equivalent to a heaver guage wire! IMHO!
With the the 2 windings coupled and series'ed you should have 4X the L not 2X
With the 2 series'ed but not coupled you would have 2 X the L
When you have 2 115Volt windings on a 250VA xfmr, why do you think that is??? When you connect the 2 in series, you feed it with 230Volts RMS and get the same VA (more RMS volts but less current) still 250VA You also get 4X the Pri L that way Though
Just my 2Cents...

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Would anyone advise against putting two of these inductors in parallel in place of a single 14AWG inductor?
so -physically two inductors...........not two windings on same core............

after that came carp's post where he asked about xformer
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