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Old 23rd December 2015, 02:47 PM   #1
Tom1973 is offline Tom1973  Netherlands
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Default Tamura A-4004 question

Hello,

I want to experiment a little with the power supply in my amplifier. It is prepared to accept a Tamura A-4004 choke and I was wondering about the versatility of this choke. It has two coils which according to the datasheet can be configured in series (10H) or in parallel (2,5H).

Can this choke also be used in a C-L-C-L-C configuration? And how about common mode use?

Any thoughts or advice or would be greatly appreciated.

Regards, Tom
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