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Subject: Re: Spark Plug feedthrough insulator
Date: Feb 02, 10:03 pm
Poster: Richard Hull
On Feb 02, 10:03 pm, Richard Hull wrote:
>FYI - A sparkplug with an extremely long reach (over 1 1/2 inches!) is a Champion F121501 used for kerosine heaters.
Thanks a bunch Scott! This would definitly be non-resistive due to the fact that 1) there is no R suffix and 2) RFI is not an issue with kerosene heaters! Another key issue is; how good is the insulator at very high voltages? Car plugs have had to contend with ever soaring ignition voltages as super high voltage CD ignition systems have moved into autmotive use. Thus, most car plugs will easily standoff 30kv. But....., Most car plugs are resistive.
- Re: Spark Plug feedthrough insulator - Scott Stephens Feb 03, 4:28 pm
- Re: Spark Plug feedthrough insulator - Feb 03, 2:51 pm
- Re: Spark Plug feedthrough insulator - Richard Hull