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30-0-30 V transformer

Discussion in 'd.i.y. classifieds' started by idem, Oct 24, 2017.

  1. idem

    idem pfm Member

    Looking for a replacement transformer for an old jap integrated, toroid or EI, service manual says 31-0-31V, not sure about VA? - guess over 100 VA will do?
    Anyone have something like that in their parts bin?
    Thank you.
     
  2. snowman_al

    snowman_al pfm Member

    Would this be suitable? From an old Marantz PM 44SE. So good for 35 / 40 watts per channel.

    Weighs 2.5kg, base is 106 x 85mm and height is 85mm. Core measures 70 x 60 x 80mm and is impregnated and banded. It is totally silent and puts out 31-0-31 volts on my 247v mains.

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  3. idem

    idem pfm Member

    PM sent
     
  4. snowman_al

    snowman_al pfm Member

    Replied.
     
  5. idem

    idem pfm Member

    Sorted, thank you, snowman_al!
     

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