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Old 07-10-2011, 04:37 AM
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in my experience digital multi meters are unreliable around spark gaps or even exciters. The one's I have simply do not read any usefull information anywhere near a spark gap. If you really want a reliable reading you will need to use very expensive digital meters or analogue one's. The meters readings aren't as important as powering a load though so the approximate power levels can be determined that way....
...from the NST that is 300 watts and if there is 10 amps coming out at 120 volts then thats 1200 watts. So the benifit is obvious.

Anyway I like you're setup, good work, well done. Keep us posted, a lot of us are interested in this particular arrangement.

Thanks for posting Cheers[/QUOTE]

I appreciate that man! i'll definitely keep you guys posted
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