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Old 10th April 2013, 08:02 AM   #1
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hello, im new on this forum., i have a question, i have E'I' core with 1" center leg from 3 ampere power transformer that i salvage lately, my plan is to build my own guitar tube amp and plan to rewind and use it as my output transformer. would it be good for it? i have my power tube 2x6L6GC and have 3x12ax7. Spec on 6l6 that i soon to build Typical Operation, Class AB1, Audio Power Amplifier (Values for two tubes)
DC plate voltage 450 V
Screen grid voltage 400 V
Control grid bias voltage -37 V
Peak AF grid-to-grid voltage 70 V
Zero-signal plate current 116 mA
Maximum-signal plate current 210 mA
Zero-signal screen grid current 5.6 mA
Maximum-signal screen current 22 mA
Load Resistance, plate-to-plate 5600 ohms
Total harmonic distortion 1.8 %
Maximum signal power output 55 W..
my problem is how to determine primary turns and awg wire no# for pri and sec. plz help .. thank you very much all if adress some answers on this,good bless all DIYer's and more power tube .
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Old 10th April 2013, 08:23 AM   #2
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You can do it, and in a guitar amp application the steep roll off of the top end might not be an issue.

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Old 10th April 2013, 11:46 AM   #3
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The material used for power transformer will have significant power losses at higher frequencies (audio).

Research how big a 55W audio transformer is and compare that with what you have.

Hammond Mfg. - "Classic" Push-Pull - Tube Output Transformers - (1608 - 1620, 1645 & 1650 Series) for starters.

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Old 12th April 2013, 04:01 AM   #4
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thanks guys, i found some calculator for that now, hopefully i can work on it. godspeed
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