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Can anyone help ID these transformers?




 
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« on: May 09, 2020, 05:01:19 PM »

In the very back of the storage room I had a  bunch of heavy iron, some o which I had forgotton about.

The largest are these two beasts. The one on the right is a large power transformer (I Think) and the one on the left i am not sure about. There was a thin phenolic with something handwritten on it but the water washed it away. I hope it is a matching Mod transformer. I may have bought this 10 years or so ago  from W8ACR. I also found three 4uF 4 KV filter caps. Lots of reactors and other good stuff. Most of it will clean up I think.



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