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 Post subject: Tektronix transformer
PostPosted: 07 May 2019, 08:17 
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Hi everyone ! I just bought a transformer from an old Tektronix square wave generator on ebay. it was really affordable ($ 35 Canadian shipped) so I took a chance without knowing exactly what I will do with it. I include pictures and schematics to help you answer me. firstly, I would like to know if it is possible to connect two 150V secondaries in series safely in order to obtain a high voltage suitable for a power amp or a preamp. I do not have the insulation specs that would allow me to know it. secondly, I wondered if it was possible to know the current specs in one way or another. the 6.3v secondary seems appropriate since it feeds more tubes than I would need, but the 150v secondaries leave me puzzled. let me know what you think!

Transformer model number is 120-0420-00
Tektronix square wave generator model is type 106
http://w140.com/tekwiki/wiki/106

thank you all!


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