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Old 15th October 2012, 01:20 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by kenpeter View Post
If you had to take off four turns, wouldn't adding -4 turns be the same?
I'm asking, not telling. Adding reversed windings could be a stoopid idea.
Rarely see conventional bobbins so full that four extra turns could not
be threaded through the remaining window. There will be exceptions...
this is also workable, although there is an added series dc resistance penalty, than if 4 turns are unwound.....
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