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YOKE Resistance Readings
« on: June 22, 2009, 01:13:37 pm »
Been doing a lot of tube and chassis shuffling lately trying to build a bunch of random stuff I have laying around and figured this would be a good time to try and document some readings as I come across them.
Keep in mind these are NOT inductance measurements, just plain ol' resistance. ( Ohms )
Not as accurate, but merely a "ballpark" idea to know if a yoke from something may work for whatever chassis it is being built at the time.
Say you want to do a tube swap from a television, check the yoke, it may be usable for something as well.

If anyone has any readings that vary greatly from these or have any they would like to add please do.
« Last Edit: June 23, 2009, 02:07:18 am by Kevin Mullins »
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Re: YOKES - Resistance Readings
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2009, 01:13:48 pm »
YOKE MEASUREMENTS

K4900 
V 34.6
H 2.6

K4600
V 8.3
H 2.7

K7000
V 7.4
H 1.7

K7201 (13)
V 13.3
H 3.2

K8000
V 5.6
H 1.6

U3100
V 5.7
H 0.6

G07 CBO & FBO
V 54.5
H 2.6

Sanyo 20EZ
V 55
H 2

NeoTec 2701
V 8.1
H 0.5

Nanao KZ-20EN
V 51.6
H 2.1
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Re: YOKES - Resistance Readings
« Reply #2 on: June 22, 2009, 03:49:08 pm »
good to also have inductance readings to help match
KEY
Lh=horizontal inductance
Lv=vertical inductance
Rh=horizontal resistance
Rv=vertical resistance

HANTAREX
POLO 1 28"
Lh 1.49mh
Lv 24.5mh
Rh 1.6 ohm
Rv 11.0 ohm

POLO 2 auto sync 28"
Lh 1.40mh
Lv 7.3mh
Rh 2.1 ohm
Rv 5.6 ohm

POLOSTAR tri sync 32"
Lh 0.280mh
Lv 7.2mh
Rh 2.4ohm
Rv 7.4 ohm


NANAO
Nanao ms2932 31 kHz chassis 29" curved tube
Rh 0.6 ohms
Lh 196mh
Rv 6.9 ohms
Lv 13.8mh

Nanao ms8 fan 29"
Rh-1.0ohm
Lh-0.355mh
Rv-7.9ohm
Lv-18.7mh

Nanao ms9 t/su 29"
Rh-0.7ohm
Lh-0.315mh
Rv-9.3ohm
Lv-18mh

SANWA
Sanwa pm1745 29"
Rh-0.9ohm
Lh-0.405mh
Rv-8.5ohm
Lv-18mh Is

Sanwa es2931 31 kHz chassis 29" semi flat tube
Rh 0.6 ohms
Lh 300mh
Rv 5.3 ohms
Lv 11.7mh

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Re: YOKES - Resistance Readings
« Reply #3 on: June 23, 2009, 12:53:14 am »

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Re: YOKES - Resistance Readings
« Reply #4 on: June 23, 2009, 01:32:42 am »
How in the heck did I miss that ?? ...... I swear I have been all over the net looking for yoke readings and that page never came up. Nor do I remember ever seeing it even though it was apparently bumped up Apr 2009.
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Re: YOKE Resistance Readings
« Reply #5 on: June 23, 2009, 02:30:01 am »
Anyone happen to have readings for a NeoTec 2700 or 2702?
Or any for the NeoTec 25" chassis?
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Re: YOKE Resistance Readings
« Reply #6 on: June 30, 2009, 09:32:14 am »
Kevin, I actually just spoke to Carl Blessing today about the ohm readings on a neotec NT-2702.....He told me you can use the same yoke as the NT-2701 without damaging anything. The readings he told me I could use were Horicontal of about .6 and vertical of between 5 to 10 ohms....They are very close to the NT-2701, give it a shot....I tried it and it does come up. Hope it helps....

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Re: YOKE Resistance Readings
« Reply #7 on: June 30, 2009, 04:00:00 pm »
Anyone happen to have readings for a NeoTec 2700 or 2702?
Or any for the NeoTec 25" chassis?
yes i do,the neotec 2702 is the exact same readings as a nanao ms9-29 yoke-it being a 300mh hl yoke

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Re: YOKE Resistance Readings
« Reply #8 on: July 03, 2009, 04:49:01 pm »
maybe a dumb question, on the other thread rick says the horizontal inductance for 15k is 1-1.3mh and higher res monitors have a lower inductance.
so why has this one 300mh, is that bad for the HOT or what?

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Re: YOKE Resistance Readings
« Reply #9 on: July 03, 2009, 04:57:59 pm »
The 2702 is VGA..... 31khz
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Re: YOKE Resistance Readings
« Reply #10 on: July 03, 2009, 06:07:26 pm »
so it should be 0.3mh or 300mh?