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Xenon trigger transformers.

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by Clive Mitchell, Jun 30, 2004.

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  1. I notice that Maplin (in the UK) have changed the type of xenon tube
    trigger transformer from the older pink coloured waxy ones to a much
    smaller bobbin version with green tape round it. Has anyone got any
    experience with the reliability of the smaller type in heavy use? I use
    these transformers in one of my designs and am concerned about switching
    to a different component without a long test period to ascertain their
    reliability.

    Ideally I would prefer the little black resin potted box type, but I
    can't find a source for these in the UK.

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. Service Trading emporium of oddities, mebbe?

    They used to do 8" alloy strobe reflectors and spiral tubes

    Service Trading Co.
    Tel: (020) 8995 1560
    Fax: (020) 8995 0549

    57 Bridgeman Rd
    London
    W4 5BB

    No apparent web presence.

    Adam
     
  3. R.Lewis

    R.Lewis Guest

    You would be better to use a traceable manufacturers part - will Maplin not
    say who manufactures it?
    Have a look at the Perkin Elmer, Siemens, and other Xenon flashtube
    manufacturers - they generally have trigger coils in their portfolios.
     
  4. JB

    JB Guest

    Speak to Nigel Higginbottom at Techno Transformers. They are based near
    Swindon in the UK, and produce a wide variety oftransformers, both potted
    and unpotted, laminated and ferrite based.
    www.technotransformers.co.uk

    HTH,

    JB
     
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