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Subject: Re: lincoln sa 750 diagrams

Date: 08/05/03 at 10:46 PM
Posted by: Jeff
E-mail: ventureline[AT55]shaw.ca (replace [AT55] with @ to reply)
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In Reply to: lincoln sa 750 diagrams posted by chris on 08/05/03 at 8:34 PM:

My diagrams don't show a Lincoln SA750 anywhere.

Your idea is dumb, as your existing transformer was never set up to be power for a welder.
Simply put the secondary coils are far too small to take any kind of load, ie, you'll need a 40 amp breaker just to start a 1/8" AC rod off a 230/120 10KVA tx. That load will probably start to smoke the varnish off the tx.

Perhaps if you had a stabilizer and rectifier, you could cool things off somewhat.

Simply pointless.

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