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Okay /diy/, i need your help. I am currently...
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Okay /diy/, i need your help. I am currently building a MKARS80 transceiver, and ive got a problem with the transformers. I build it to learn more about electronics and ham radio, and yeah, i know, not the best project for a newfag. So, first problem:
What is the difference between windings & turns?
2 Windings with 3 turns. So i take one wire, turn it 3 times around the core, and then i take a second one, and turn it 3 times from the other side on the core?
Other question pic related.
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>>933141
Neither I'd say. One is about 270 degrees, while the other looks like about 630 degrees. A turn is one complete revolution of the current.
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>>933142
Okay.
Here you can find the Manual: (Page 8, top left T2)
How to do this? O.o
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>>933141
left is 1/2 turn
right is 1 + 1/2 turns

left is what they mean however by 1 turn from the shape of the core. ideally you bring the wires together or cross them to close the loop but if your instructions dont then dont

a winding is a collection of turns that a wire makes

so yes 1 wire = 1 winding, 2 wires = 2 windings
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This is one turn.
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>>933195
Yes