Re: Antek transformers?
- From: "Phil S." <psymonds_no_spam@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2007 10:36:34 -0400
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On Apr 21, 2:05 am, Ether <e...@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Apr 20, 10:21 am, "Phil S." <psymonds_no_s...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Anyone here familiar with Antek power transformers? These look like a
of bang for the buck. What's the
I'm just blanching at the thought of actually buying new iron.
would be nice to have.
I'm thinking about the AN-1T250, two HT windings wired in series, it's
250-0-250 and more mA than I'd ever need for my project. It has plenty
juice on the 6.3v winding, and I think I can use the 12.6v winding for
bias supply. It says $33 shipped. It looks too good to be true.
(See my other threads...the project is a fixed bias Vibrochamp with
I've emailed them to ask if they will sell one unit. Haven't heard
It's fine if you don't mind using a strange, circular transformer with
no metal cover. You can always paint it to look like a doughnut.
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Also, you shouldn't mind drilling just one mounting hole (use a
Oh yes...I realized that when I saw the picture! The thing I dislike most
is the thought of making a rectangle for the drop through type. If you
recall my JTM45, I've got a pair of that style mounted on stilts, to avoid
making the cuts and also I needed the room on the inside of the chassis for
"stuff". Thanks for mentioning the locking nut. I'll see what comes with
it. Nuts are cheap.
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