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    Unusual transformer coil? Aluminium ?

    http://Looking around the internet this is a reactor/transformer . pretty heavy , 40 lbs perhaps. I would think this is aluminium. Its not copper, Any other option?



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    Should be a copper wound coil inside probably stainless steel case, transformers generate a good bit of heat. Any pcb markings?
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