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Old 12-14-2012, 03:26 PM
harctan harctan is offline
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Does it have to do with duty cycle? The reed switch has a slower response and hence at lower speeds (like under load) it gives a higher duty cycle which translates to higher amp draw from the primary. But with the trigger coil the exact opposite happens meaning lower duty cycle and lower consumption. Does this make any sense? If so would it make a difference if I replaced the reed with a hall effect sensor? I'll check it out myself once the ones I ordered arrive.
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