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Old 9th November 2013, 02:33 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by hotironsmoke View Post
What I often wonder is, would there be advantages in segregating the secondary windings to separate segments of the toroid, or conversely shared evenly.
No. Due to better coupling and mimimalizing magnetic leakage, all windings should be done fully circumferentially. So it is better to wind the low voltage heater winding(s) on top of the plate supply winding.

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Old 9th November 2013, 02:56 PM   #12
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The magnetism is uniform around the toroid and it is usually accepted to try and keep it that way by spreading each secondary and indeed the primaries evenly around the core.
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