Transformer Squeel Question

Discussion in 'Amplitude Modulation' started by W2VW, Oct 10, 2019.

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  1. W2VW

    W2VW Ham Member QRZ Page

    I'm worried my brakes might squeal if I don't use this choke properly.

    Can anyone help?
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    Sorry for mis-spelling the title. English is my second language.
     
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  2. K1LKP

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    Can anyone help?

    YES.....YES.......

    DON'T WORRY ABOUT USING THE CHOKE.

    ONCE YOU CHANGE THE
    MUFFLER BEARINGS THAT WILL
    ELIMINATE THE SQUEAL.
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  3. AG5CK

    AG5CK Ham Member QRZ Page

    I notice you positioned the laminations perpendicular to the ridge in the unibody. That's exactly how I would have done it.
     
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  4. W8KHK

    W8KHK Ham Member QRZ Page

    It appears what you have there is a Static Inductor which will perambiate the gravitational unreactive forces of the Flux Capacitor. So the squeal will be there whenever you mutilate openwards of more than 68 anglometric perscent. Was that device surplus, parted out from a slightly used turbo encabulator? If so, it was originally used with the aforementioned flux capacitor, in a vehicle that was only driven from time to time.

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  5. W2BTK

    W2BTK Ham Member QRZ Page

    Dave, show this guy in the video that picture. He's getting all technical... you just prevented side-fumbling with a simple choke. Maybe he will pay you off to keep quiet.... they are charging a lot of money for those encabulators.
     
  6. W2VW

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    I actually miss guys like that. At least they know stuff.

    Nowadays everything can be fixed with a software update. That includes airplanes which are too smart to fly.
     
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  7. AG5CK

    AG5CK Ham Member QRZ Page

    Most transmission guys don't talk that fancy.

    Can you loan me a bigger choke?

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  8. W2VW

    W2VW Ham Member QRZ Page

    I have a 1300 lb modulation transformer in my crawl space. It would fit under that Cat no problem.

    I'm here on Wednesdays.
     
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  9. AG5CK

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    I knew you wouldn't disappoint me.
     
  10. W8KHK

    W8KHK Ham Member QRZ Page

    Sorry, but a bigger choke is not likely to be "parted out" of the new, currently available "Micro Encabulator". (Do not attempt to use a modulation transformer, as the marzel vanes will be irreversibly fumbled out of panametric alignment.)


    The turbo version has long been extinct, as you can see from the "History of the Turbo Encabulator".


    With some research, you might be able to find a large enough choke if you obtain one of the decommissioned Rockwell Retro Encabulators....


    Good luck with your heavy metal project......
     

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