Hello guys,

Please help me with the formula calculations for a c-core and double c-core transformer.

I have searched the forum and couldn't find any calculations for it, so if anybody has calculation formulas, please poste them here because i think there would be allot of coleagues from this forum that would be interested.

I have the c-core sheets in the photo and i'm wondering what power cand i get from it.

Cand i get +-25volts at 12 amps in the secondary winding from it (600W)?

The Ual is 220V/50Hz.

What has more advantages, in therms of riple and efficiency, a c-core like this or a double c-core like the one used by Jean Hiraga (in "Le classe A amp") or Audionote in their valve amps?

I want to make a class A amp and was wondering about if i should buy another c-core transformer to couple it with this one or wind only this transformer.

Thans.

Ps: this transformer has been taken from a rusty old philips tv and painted with lacquer.

Please help me with the formula calculations for a c-core and double c-core transformer.

I have searched the forum and couldn't find any calculations for it, so if anybody has calculation formulas, please poste them here because i think there would be allot of coleagues from this forum that would be interested.

I have the c-core sheets in the photo and i'm wondering what power cand i get from it.

Cand i get +-25volts at 12 amps in the secondary winding from it (600W)?

The Ual is 220V/50Hz.

What has more advantages, in therms of riple and efficiency, a c-core like this or a double c-core like the one used by Jean Hiraga (in "Le classe A amp") or Audionote in their valve amps?

I want to make a class A amp and was wondering about if i should buy another c-core transformer to couple it with this one or wind only this transformer.

Thans.

Ps: this transformer has been taken from a rusty old philips tv and painted with lacquer.