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Old 01-08-2010, 06:21 PM
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Default output voltage of a coil

Does anybody know what the output voltage of a stock 60's - 70's chevy coil would be? I'm just trying to help out a friend
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If memory serves me correct in say 85 they were hovering around 30K so I would imagine a little less.
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Thanks Bam Bam
That's what I was thinking. I have a buddy that's wanting to use one for a powder coating power supply. He's talking about using a 24 volt power supply Thur an rheostat to provide voltage to the coil primary. In turn getting 30,000 to around 50-60,000 volts out of the secondary windings
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Old 01-10-2010, 06:15 PM
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well you can use a newer coil and get pretty close to that with 12V...

something else that may work is a neon sign transformer they put out those kind of voltages
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wait a minute...
you need DC the neon sign transformer will be AC i guess you are better off going with the coil.
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Old 01-11-2010, 04:10 AM
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you need DC the neon sign transformer will be AC i guess you are better off going with the coil.
I think the neon sign transformer does put out DC (not sure) but it's only 6000 volts. My buddy was needing around 25,000 to 50,000. I was thinking. Rheostat and a 24 volt powder supply would do what he wants.
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It would have to have AC connected to the coil (transformer). A car uses points or electronic circuits to accomplish this. Straight 12v dc hooked to the primary side of a coil accomplishes nothing but produces heat such as burning the coil up.
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