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Subject: LF: Stacking toroids
From: Chris Wilson <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2017 19:13:13 +0000
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Hello LF people,

            If I have a ferrite toroidal output transformer for a push
            pull Class D 136kHz amp, that gets warmish after a WSPR15
            session, what would happen if I wound the same number of
            primary and secondary turns on two cores stacked together,
            all else remaining the same? Would it run cooler, but
            retain its transformation ratio, or would other things
            occur to make it not that simple? Thanks.

Best regards,
 Chris     2E0ILY                    mailto:[email protected]

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