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by steve
08 Oct 2014, 20:58
Forum: The Print
Topic: Help needed setting up enlarger
Replies: 14
Views: 2976

Re: Help needed setting up enlarger

Hi Nathan,

Glad it all worked as planned - I'm amazed you got them so fast!

cheers
-steve
by steve
02 Oct 2014, 00:15
Forum: The Print
Topic: Help needed setting up enlarger
Replies: 14
Views: 2976

Re: Help needed setting up enlarger

Hi Nathan, I did a little googling and found that it is common to run 82V lamps on 110V supplies. I don't know why it works (I can't get the numbers to work out, but my AC power theory is rusty). I do trust KHB though, so if that is what they say as well, then it sounds like it's right. So yes, the ...
by steve
01 Oct 2014, 01:36
Forum: The Print
Topic: Help needed setting up enlarger
Replies: 14
Views: 2976

Re: Help needed setting up enlarger

Hi Nathan, There's a lot going on here. It sounds like you have the basic setup correct: power point -> step-down -> timer -> power supply -> enlarger If the enlarger worked properly with the 12V Australian supply, then you likely have a 100W 12V lamp. Hooking it up to the 82V american supply will k...
by steve
29 Sep 2014, 18:32
Forum: The Print
Topic: Help needed setting up enlarger
Replies: 14
Views: 2976

Re: Help needed setting up enlarger

Okay, the max power rating of the timer is 600W. It does not require 600W but can handle up to 600W. It sounds like the timer itself is superfluous - it can't be used to switch the transformer since it is 110V in/out. Connect the transformer directly to 240V and the enlarger and the enlarger should ...

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