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 Posted: Sun Feb 21st, 2021 02:13 pm
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Chris Krenke

 

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Thanks for the heads up Kim. I've learned over the course of this, that the turns are just as important if not more then the ohm readings. More turns=more magnetism. After enough math to make my head hurt, I learned 28awg is the best starting point. It would take a pound of 26awg to get the 54ohms. Too much to fit on the coil. It should only take .4 pounds of the 28awg. I can fit that with room to add as I see fit. I did try to PM Bill a few days ago, I will phone him. Thanks for all the help, I feel like I have a much better understanding and a good starting point after all this.