I have a large and heavy power supply transformer that is part of a high current power supply project that was featured in 73 magazine back in 1973. It was started by a ham radio operator and was never finished. I am going to finish it, if I can. I am trying to identify the transformer leads. This is for a 12 volt, 40 to 60 amp output. Here are the markings:
This transformer was made by ADC and is marked 541-010 REV H. There is a marking on it that says 3-19470 and what I think is a date code of 7438. There are terminal connections on one side that are numbered 1 - 6. On the other side the connections are numbered 7 - 14. I need to know the connection scheme for this transformer so I can put it to use. I contacted who I thought was the manufacturer "ADC" for information, and that did not help.
I don't have the issue of 73 magazine, and I don't even know if this is the same transformer that may have been part of the construction article. I can take pictures and post them if that might help.
Anybody have any ideas?
Thanks a lot.