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NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2002 03:04:27 -0600
From: Barry Lennox
Subject: Re: Any good uses for old microwave over parts?
Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2002 22:05:18 +1300
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On Thu, 7 Nov 2002 10:27:08 +0800, "Rob"
>What about maing a basic enviro chamber for heat testing. Insulate or
>replace the inner cavity liner. Fit temp display in place of the led
I have one in mind for a sort of a poor man's TEM EMV test chamber for
small items. Don't knoiw how effective the choke door seal will be at
freqs other than 2450 MHz. I plan to do some tests soon.
Actually I find them full of useful bits. The Magnetron magnets are
useful for all manner of things, ie, picking up lost nuts and washers
off the grass (That's a long story, but it was mighty useful) More
practically, I use about 6 of them to hold a tarp over the old
There's a pile of microswitches/overtemp sensors/small
transformers/fans and motors. The HV diodes and caps are being
collected for a voltage multiplier. Even the mains input cable and EMI
filter are recycled into other projects.
Everbody has quoted the transformer as the guts of a spot welder. It
works well, I used one to weld up thermocouple wires.
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