|Subject:||R: RE: LF: JT9-10 vs JT9-5 test ends with smoke :)|
|From:||"[email protected]" <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Wed, 16 Jan 2019 14:37:03 +0100 (CET)|
;-) I agree and will support you with the new meaning for LF!!|
Paul, the new pic is more impressive and shows a big burn... I could send you some pic from my collection ;-)
Just an idea for the new version you are planning.
As far as I understood the mobile coil is part of the loading coil (If I assume wrong discard..) where is it placed? would suggest to place in the bottom part of the coil just to be in the lower voltage environment.
Of course when RF want to burn .. it burns!
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Data: 16-gen-2019 10.25
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Ogg: RE: LF: JT9-10 vs JT9-5 test ends with smoke :)
Sorry to see the damages Paul. As Chris said very certainly "LF without smoke is QRP" ;-)
I would add that LF stands for "Let's Fire" and a "!" should be added at the end
73 de Luis
De: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] En nombre de N1BUG
Enviado el: martes, 15 de enero de 2019 22:56
Para: [email protected]
Asunto: Re: LF: JT9-10 vs JT9-5 test ends with smoke :)
Eventually I will rebuild it perfect... although I would prefer to start over with a new coil as this one requires too much maintenance. Right now I don't have the luxury of time for any of that. It's solar minimum and I need this thing working. :)
I don't trust the inner coil form for HV now, too much carbon:
So that'll have to get replaced. I will make the connections differently this time!
On 1/15/19 10:42 AM, Chris Wilson wrote:
> Hello N1BUG,
> I too have had issues with bolted connections to the variometer. Not
> an expensive fix so long as you don't mind a few battle scars, but
> knowing you, you probably want it cosmetically perfect again ;) LF
> without smoke is QRP...
> Tuesday, January 15, 2019, 2:50:18 PM, you wrote:
>> Thanks to all who monitored and provided reports on this latest test
>> of slow JT9 modes.
>> The test ended suddenly around dawn this morning. Here is the reason:
>> It's the inner coil from the 2200m loading coil / variometer:
>> I had hoped to be on looking for QSOs tonight, but obviously that is
>> not going to be possible. I do not know when I will be QRV again.
>> I have a very busy day today, so the final report on the JT9 test
>> might not be ready until tomorrow.
>> Paul N1BUG
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