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Author Topic: Series RLC  (Read 763 times)
brodonh
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« on: March 27, 2016, 09:02:17 PM »

Hi All,
Glad you're here.
I've just started studying AC.

I want to do something that is a little off the beaten path.
I'm going to use a 115v/115v isolation transformer to power a series RLC circuit.
I want the power factor at the transformer output to be close to zero, with max vars
What do I need to know with Tina 10, to set this up and "play with it" for desired results.
I don't have much experience with classical eletronics although I've built a number of alt energy
DC powered electrical motor/battery chargers.

Thanks for any expert advice.
Donald
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