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Re: 45 line televisor

Postby FlyMario » Tue Jan 08, 2019 6:36 am

So that I understand, when you are talking about a Synchronous motor you just mean a 2 phase AC motor?

Is that right? Of course, it would have a certain number of windings to maintain the desired RPM.
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Re: 45 line televisor

Postby smrutibora » Mon May 06, 2019 6:32 pm

I would go with a transformer if anything on the off chance that it winds up in exact ones turns later on more than likely somebody keen on tinkering with it and they are not cautious it's best you spare their life and go with a transformer.
I like to fabricate little as a can however I realize I need that protected as conceivable power supply measure weight what not.
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Re: 45 line televisor

Postby Brigham » Sat Sep 07, 2019 3:41 am

The 17" 30-line two-turn disc for 1/4" beads (from Club stores), requires only one LED to provide a picture bright enough for viewing indoors in normal daylight.
I watched Wimbledon on mine, with remarkable clarity. The LED driver is the single-FET circuit from the Club 'red book', which provides more than adequate brilliance and contrast.
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