Northlake Engineering Transformer

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Northlake Engineering Transformer

Post by JohnK » Mon Jan 01, 2018 11:41 am

I have 2 C126-109 Northlake Engineering transformers that I need to identify. I'm told they were made for Conrad Johnson Premier One but the schematic shows the output transformer has 8 leads & the power transformer has 12 leads. The transformers that I have have 10 leads. Any help in identifying these transformers would be appreciated.

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Re: Northlake Engineering Transformer

Post by admin » Mon Jan 01, 2018 12:29 pm

I think you may have posted this in the wrong section as this is more for selling/buying. Anyway,... I don't own a premier one so I can't be specific but a little google search came up with some pictures of the premier one's internals. Do the transformers look like the ones in the pictures: http://www.hifido.co.jp/KW/G0105/E/0-50 ... -71137-00/
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Re: Northlake Engineering Transformer

Post by JohnK » Mon Jan 01, 2018 6:36 pm

Thanks for replying admin. It's shaped like the power transformer in the link you gave me. However, the schematic I downloaded shows 3 separate power transformers identified as T7 with a total of 12 leads, mine has only 10 leads.

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