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Russell Bull
09/07/05 01:51
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Melbourne
Australia


 
#100739 - ferrite cores
Responding to: Farshid Jafari Harandi's previous message
On the cheapy timing light I have, it uses an E & I core. The I part slides to uncover an opening for the ignition lead to go through.

For a DC hall effect current meter I built, the designer used a 1.25" toroid that you cut with a hacksaw into two halves and glue it into a large crocodile clip. The hall effect sensor slips in one gap and is glued to one half.

List of 7 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
cutting some part of ferrites !      Farshid Jafari Harandi      09/06/05 17:16      
   ferrite cores      Russell Bull      09/07/05 01:51      
      so i should use bigger EI's      Farshid Jafari Harandi      09/07/05 04:42      
         ferrites      Russell Bull      09/07/05 06:14      
            i've more than 6 AT PSU's on my hands!      Farshid Jafari Harandi      09/07/05 14:28      
   buy not build      Erik Malund      09/07/05 07:39      
      Price ...      Farshid Jafari Harandi      09/07/05 14:33      

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