Tesla coil nst 4000v - neon sign transformer arcs

5th of December 2009 23

neon sign transformer arcs

this is just my 7500v 20ma neon sign transfromer arcing NOTE THIS: im will not be held responsible for any of your stupidity-DONT TRY THIS!!

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  1. zker666 4:58 pm 5/12 of 2009

    oh, and how did all this come up from an NST video LOL

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  2. codemsan 4:21 pm 6/12 of 2009

    yeah definately!

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  3. zker666 12:14 pm 8/12 of 2009

    yea resonant is like 4000v and not resonant just like 2100v. even lower with ballast. but, yea shit draws power LOL

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  4. codemsan 7:13 pm 9/12 of 2009

    yeah i know what you meant, but i meant that i can get the same size arcs as resonant…but i need my own sub-station to do it PAHAH

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  5. zker666 10:58 am 12/12 of 2009

    lol i meant 6 volts draw with cap! it draws about 23A with dual stack

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  6. codemsan 5:53 pm 12/12 of 2009

    AWW that sucks! yeah, when i susally wire up my MOTs to do 4000V with primaries in parrallel, i draw around 30A of raw power LOL

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  7. zker666 10:57 am 13/12 of 2009

    lol yea. my MOT will produce over 1 amp arcs @ 2100v 4000v with a cap. it will draw about 6 amps and burned it out during filming! darn!

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  8. codemsan 11:38 am 14/12 of 2009

    i have another, just never made a video of it, why bother? its your basic run-of the-mill NST lol. but if i want big arc ill go with a MOT HAHA

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  9. zker666 4:59 pm 16/12 of 2009

    @codemsan, you should consider buying another NST or a cuple more and phase them together so the you would have the same voltage at MUCH higher milliamps and would allow you to arc much bigger! nice nst though

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  10. codemsan 12:51 am 18/12 of 2009

    cool! and yeah, i try to do good work with what i have on hand

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  11. zker666 5:18 am 20/12 of 2009

    nice! im ordering in my new 12,000 volt NST for my tesla coil and anything else i do with HV! i’ve seen your tesla coil videos and you do some nice work!

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  12. codemsan 8:05 pm 21/12 of 2009

    it has 165W of power, so 165VA

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  13. HighVoltageScience 6:46 am 22/12 of 2009

    what is the va on your nst

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  14. kalebman5000 5:26 am 27/12 of 2009

    i have that same nst, its in one of my vids if you wanna see….

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  15. codemsan 12:57 pm 29/12 of 2009

    most likely just get a low voltage/ current out of the MOT…i think i trtied it once lol

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  16. HighVoltageScience 5:10 am 1/01 of 2009

    what would happen if you hook up to a mot what i mean is put the out put of the neon transfomer to the in put of a microwave transformer

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  17. codemsan 4:01 am 4/01 of 2009

    hahaha nicceee

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  18. zker666 9:57 pm 4/01 of 2009

    i have a 15k neon sign transformer with 35mA high frequency and has an arc of over 2 and a half in. and connected to 25v dc. hurts like hell when you touch it. it temporarily paralyzes your hand

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  19. codemsan 12:09 am 8/01 of 2009

    nope, just normal 60Hz

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  20. form109 11:23 am 9/01 of 2009

    soinds like the NST outputs High Frequency.

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  21. EasternCalifornia 12:37 am 11/01 of 2009

    add a capacitor

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  22. codemsan 1:19 am 13/01 of 2009

    ya there usually the best place to find old iron core NSTs beacause al the new ones are solid state

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  23. codemsan 10:42 pm 14/01 of 2009

    well its about the size of a MOT and yes i bought it off ebay for 20$

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