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Make Your Own High Power Flyback Transformer [Project]
posted November 14 2014 19:39.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis




When one plans to make a flyback transformer based project, chances are that one thing is always in his mind, and that is POWER! Its like when one boosts his car engine, POWER is the factor!

Here is a step by step guide to make a flyback transformer from a scratch. And then decide the amount of power that you want. Just make sure that you wont fry anything with those arcs!



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