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Posted: 6 years ago Quote #421
Hi,

I noticed the XPWR169-120 is no longer listed?

Cheers!
-= Gregg =-
www.classicvalve.ca
Posted: 6 years ago Quote #422
In most cases we have stopped manufacturing power transformers that are over 1kV. This is due to the wire coating break down voltages. Sorry.
Brian Weston
Tech Support
EDCOR Electronics Corporation
Posted: 6 years ago Quote #423
Ah, I see.

That was one I had designed for an 845 amplifier. The good news is it's still going strong! :-D

Does this mean if I get another 845 commission, you can't do another XPWR169?

Cheers!
-= Gregg =-
www.classicvalve.ca
Posted: 6 years ago Quote #424
I am truly sorry, but we can not.
Brian Weston
Tech Support
EDCOR Electronics Corporation
Posted: 5 years ago Quote #467
Hi Brian,

Forgot to ask if the EM0744 (or was it 0774?) 9K:8R SE OPT we designed in conjunction with this is still available, even if the power tranny isn't?

Cheers!
-= Gregg =-
www.classicvalve.ca
Posted: 5 years ago Quote #468
Yes, the EM0774 single ended output transformer can still be made.
Brian Weston
Tech Support
EDCOR Electronics Corporation
Posted: 5 years ago Quote #487
How about the CXPP25-MS-7.2K? I remember seeing it a few months ago, but now it seems to be gone.
Posted: 5 years ago Quote #488
I am sorry, but the CXPP25-MS-7.2K was taken off the website. The transformer has not been designed. It was a miss print and should have been 7.6K.
Brian Weston
Tech Support
EDCOR Electronics Corporation
Posted: 4 years ago Quote #599
I purchased a XPWR043-120 last year and I would like to buy another one.

Is it still available?



Bill
Posted: 4 years ago Quote #600
I am sorry, we took the XPWR043 off the website. It just became to hard to build with the number of windings. The transformer had  14 lead wires on it, making it difficult to finish.
Brian Weston
Tech Support
EDCOR Electronics Corporation