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    Karl in Spokane
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    Default ISO 35amp Transformer

    I build 10 volt power supplies for my repeater's transmitters. Since they pull around 20-25 amps I've been using 35 amp rated transformers. The vender (Hosfelt)
    ran out of these and I'd like to get at least one more.
    The part numbers and other lables on the transformer are:
    430-7001-4, EIA 6-9534, CLASS 180 H1 MEXICO. They are about 4 1/2" x 4", etc. Searcing on the web did not bring any current items to me. If you have any leads please email me wa7ycp@yahoo.com or visit my site
    http://www.dalek.org/srg
    Thanks !!

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    tweakedgeek tweak'e's Avatar
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    Default Re: ISO 35amp Transformer

    your kinda asking in the wrong country. it would be easier to get a local company to make some for you. we have companies here who can do it but not much point makeing one on the other side of the world when ayou can get them made locally.
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    Default Re: ISO 35amp Transformer

    As above, that transformer is 115v primary.

    NZ has 230v standard LV, so it is unlikely to be sold or available off the shelf here in NZ.

    This Canadian company were advertising it at one stage
    http://www.add-electronics.com/

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    Default Re: ISO 35amp Transformer

    Quote Originally Posted by Karl
    I build 10 volt power supplies for my repeater's transmitters. Since they pull around 20-25 amps I've been using 35 amp rated transformers. The vender (Hosfelt)
    ran out of these and I'd like to get at least one more.
    The part numbers and other lables on the transformer are:
    430-7001-4, EIA 6-9534, CLASS 180 H1 MEXICO. They are about 4 1/2" x 4", etc. Searcing on the web did not bring any current items to me. If you have any leads please email me wa7ycp@yahoo.com or visit my site
    http://www.dalek.org/srg
    Thanks !!
    Switching PSU? Too noisy power perhaps? Otherwise we people in NZ can't help you as we run 230v here.
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