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That's probably the hottest sauce Ive had. It is supposed to be 600,000 scovilles. Myself and a friend drank a tablespoon each and the first to drink something lost. we called it a tie after an hour and a half.
currently I am...
well I got it sparking! wow does it pack some power. I uploaded a clip to youtube but it doesnt seem to be up yet. I will update once I find it.
now that I have this side working how would I go about wiring the main dc supply up? I will probably be using a small arc welder. I don't have the...
Ok, yeah that makes sense.
Meaning i could burn it out right? How do limit the current? And by getting it to spark i was refering to the 2 terminals on the underside
correct those 2 terminals are the ones comming out of the blue box to the bulb on my schematic.
Hey Guys, hopefully someone here can help me. I am inching towards getting one of my xenon short arc lamps running and I got my hands on one of the HV exciters. I opened it up and got some pictures for you guys as well I drew up a schematic to the best of my knowledge.
Hopefully someone here...
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This My goal is to eventually have a 405, 445, 532 (or maybe a ~520 diode) and a 650/635 in c6 hosts and would love purple, blue, green, and red ends. otherwise I chose black.
Edit: are you CNCing these? how about a little inset in each of the 6 "wings" for tritium...
Hey yes i still have one. I have heard you can run these off a welder i just dont know how to integrate the high voltage and the low voltage.
Shipping to lincoln will be about 30 dollars. It's in a fair size box.
so I have been wanting to take on this project for some time, and while I could figure it out I know there are more experienced people here and though I would ask.
I have an 1800w xenon short arc that I would like to make into a "flashlight", more like a spotlight and I was wondering if...
Well thats a good question, if you are asking if there is a resistor across the 2 terminals of the caps then no, but there is so much electronics packed in there its hard to say whether there is a bleeder circuit or not.
Here are 2 quick phone pics.
not a bad idea, but I don't think anyone would appreciate me dropping a giant metal suitcase into the newly renovated bathroom/tub
I was thinking if I could get to the back of the circuit bards then maybe throwing steel wool at it and poking it with a stick :thinking:
I have this decent sized 3 phase rectifier and want to strip some parts out of it (4 transformers, 4 decent sized caps and 4 smaller caps along with some other bits) My question is what are the odds that the caps are discharged and what would a good idea to discharge them be?