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Important: Group fixtures into distance zones from the transformer (examples: 0-50', 50-75' and 75-100'). Do not have a fixture that is 10' away from the transformer on the same cable run as a fixture that is 100' away. Try to center load your runs as much as possible to minimize the voltage differential between the first and last light (one volt difference is optimum, two volts is too much). All the lights can be in the 50-75' zone but you still need to run several separate cable runs to reduce the load per cable, thereby minimizing voltage loss. Typically a 300-watt transformer has three separate cable runs with about 80 to 120 watts on each cable - a 600-watt transformer has about five separate cable runs, again, with about 80 to 120 watts on each cable.

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We have not used 3rd transistor because to make it a low power AM transmitter. If we use 3rd transistor we should supply still high volts.. But this is basic low power am transmitter.

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