Power transformer options

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Postby TomMcNally » Tue Aug 23, 2011 8:39 pm

Edcor:
XPWR177-0/120/220
Power transformer for a 120V and 220V, 50/60Hz. line to 400V at 70mA center tapped and 6.3V at 2.5A center tapped.

That should be fine, similar to the Hammond 269EX I've used about
25 times in Darlings.

I bought the XPWR-005 for a get*set*go, but it's fine for the
Chubby Clementine ... it runs nice and "cool" too.

I'm lovin' this 6L6 Clementine, for $ 12 worth of tubes it kicks ass.
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Postby Quad » Wed Aug 24, 2011 4:34 am

Thanks for listing out the XPWR177-0/120/220

Edcor have a bewildering range of PT offerings with
the dual voltage primaries.
There are a couple similar to the XPWR005 which will do
great with a 5AR4 for a Chubby Clementine build.

XPWR108-120/240
Power transformer for a 120V or 240V, 50/60Hz. line to 600V (300-0-300) at 250mA center tapped and 6.3V at 4A.

XPWR172-120/220
Power transformer for a 120V or 220V, 50/60Hz. line to 600V (300-0-300) at 200mA center tapped, 6.3V at 6A and 5V at 3A.

XPWR015-120/240
Power transformer for a 120V or 240V, 50/60Hz. line to 650V (325-0-325) at 180mA center tapped, 12.6V (6.3-0-6.3) at 2A center tapped and 6.3V (3.15-0-3.15) at 3.5A center tapped

XPWR047-240
Power transformer for a 240V, 50/60Hz. line to 660V (330-0-330) at 120mA center tapped, 6.3V (3.15-3.15) at 2.5A center tapped and 5V at 3A.
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Postby Geek » Wed Aug 24, 2011 4:55 am

Quad wrote:Edcor have a bewildering range of PT offerings....


Because most of those were custom designs from users and got added to the stock lineup.

I have a couple of XPWR's on there too (183-120 for 2A3 amps and 169-120 for an 845 build)

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Re: Power transformer options

Postby Trix812 » Tue Aug 22, 2017 5:03 am

Would one of these be okay for a 6L6 build?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Raphaelite-120W ... fWlJs3rmNQ
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Re: Power transformer options

Postby battradio » Tue Aug 22, 2017 4:55 pm

You would have to use a bridge rectifier with it .
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Re: Power transformer options

Postby Trix812 » Tue Aug 22, 2017 8:25 pm

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I should maybe show you the bottom of the tranny.
I am a total noob with transformers and I don't really know which connections to use for the rectifier diodes or filament taps. So any help with the wiring is greatly appreciated.
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