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Subject: x-ray transformer terminal identification

Date: 03/20/01 at 12:39 AM
Posted by: Bill Disantis
E-mail: bill@nospam.com
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Recently, I acquired an old Westinghouse x-ray transformer that I intend to use in some high voltage experiments. I'd like to find out something about the input and output terminals before I try to energize it. If someone can identify the following input terminals, I'd appreciate it: G, MA, A, AA, XFL, XFC, XFS. There were two thick guage wires connected to the A/AA terminals and a thick wire connected to G (which I assume is ground). The XFL/XFC/XFS has thinner guage wires connected to them. On the output side, which is obviously high voltage, there is a single terminal on one side, heavily insulated, and the other terminal has three separate connections (for filament to the tube and ground perhaps?) If someone can help me id these terminals, I'd be much appreciative. Thanks,Bill

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