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Old 14th January 2011, 02:27 AM   #21
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hi rknize,
thanks for the prompt reply.

am trying to understand your reply.

what you suggest is to split the filament #2 (3.15V-0-3.15V @9A) into 2 (filament #2 & #3).
is the picture below correct? noting that the current will be halved (filament #2 & #3).
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if the split is correct as shown above, for connecting to the TSE PCB, i have to run in parallel (filament #2 & #3) with the connection as shown below. and that will sum the current to 9A.
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thanks.
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Old 14th January 2011, 02:38 AM   #22
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You have it right. I would just show them your original diagram and see what they say.
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