DIYAPASON-L Digest #28 - Saturday, February 5, 2000
 
rectifier at 110
  by "Kelvin Smith" <KelvinSmith@untraveledroad.com>
Re: [Residence Organs]  rectifier at 110
  by "F. Richard Burt" <effarbee@home.com>
Adding on to a pipe organ...
  by "james turner" <JTTUNER@webtv.net>
Re: [Residence Organs]  Adding on to a pipe organ...
  by "Kelvin Smith" <KelvinSmith@untraveledroad.com>
Re: [Residence Organs]  Adding on to a pipe organ...
  by "Mac Hayes" <mach37@ptw.com>
Re: [Residence Organs]  Adding on to a pipe organ...
  by "Kelvin Smith" <KelvinSmith@untraveledroad.com>
Re: [Residence Organs]  rectifier at 110
  by "Jon" <sparky@chesco.com>
 

(back) Subject: rectifier at 110 From: "Kelvin Smith" <KelvinSmith@untraveledroad.com> Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2000 18:13:17 -0700   Hello,   I need to hook up a Durst organ rectifier for 110. It was previously = hooked up for 220, and I want to make sure what the right connections are to change to 110. It has 4 AC connections, numbered 1 to 4. 2 and 3 and jumpered together and 1 and 4 had the two legs of the 220 on them.   Thanks, Kelvin      
(back) Subject: Re: [Residence Organs] rectifier at 110 From: "F. Richard Burt" <effarbee@home.com> Date: Sat, 05 Feb 2000 19:56:33 -0600   Kelvin Smith wrote:   > I need to hook up a Durst organ rectifier for 110. It was > previously hooked up for 220, and I want to make sure what > the right connections are to change to 110. It has 4 AC > connections, numbered 1 to 4. 2 and 3 and jumpered together > and 1 and 4 had the two legs of the 220 on them.   Kelvin, I suggest that unless you can get someone who will bet a ticket to the World Series on this information, you might do better addressing your question to Organ Supply Industries. They probably have reference information on these. Durst once owned OSI and there is probably some carry over influence there.   F. Richard Burt effarbee@home.com          
(back) Subject: Adding on to a pipe organ... From: "james turner" <JTTUNER@webtv.net> Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2000 21:17:08 -0500 (EST)   I have a 4 rank Moller organ made in the late thirties. I would like to increase it to l0 ranks-no more. Can some of you recommend what 6 ranks I should add? I would like to keep it on the classical or church lines. This is what it has now. Stopped Flute 97 pipes starting at l6' to 2' Open Diapason 73 pipes Gamba 73 pipes Dulciana 73 pipes All in a swell chamber.   Thanks   Jim Turner    
(back) Subject: Re: [Residence Organs] Adding on to a pipe organ... From: "Kelvin Smith" <KelvinSmith@untraveledroad.com> Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2000 19:45:59 -0700   Here is a suggestion with 6 additional ranks, 4' Octave, 8' Gedackt, 4' Flute, 8' Celeste, Nazard-Quinte and Oboe. The independant 4' octave will be important if you want to have any good chorus sound. The 8' flute will be necessary if you want to do much solo and accompaniment like choral preludes, etc. The 1 1/3' will give you a little mixture effect.   Kelvin     Great 8' Open Diapason (existing) 8' Gedackt (new) 8' Dulciana (existing) 4' Octave (new) 4' Flute (existing) 4' Dolce (extension) 2' Superoctave (extension, 4') 1 1/3' Quinte (extension of new Nazard)   Swell 16' Flute (existing) 8' Bourdon (existing) 8' Gamba (existing) 8' Celeste (new) 4' Octave (existing) 4' Flute (new, Rohrflote, Spitzflote, Harmonic flute?) 4' Gamba (extension) 2 2/3' Nazard (new) 2' Flute (existing) 8' Oboe (new)   Pedal 16' Flute (existing) 8' Diapason (existing) 8' Gedackt (existing) 8' Dulciana (existing) 4' Octave (from new octave) 4' Flute (from one of the three) 16' Oboe (extension of new oboe) 8' Oboe (new, borrowed)     >I have a 4 rank Moller organ made in the late thirties. I would like to >increase it to l0 ranks-no more. Can some of you recommend what 6 ranks >I should add? I would like to keep it on the classical or church lines. >This is what it has now. >Stopped Flute 97 pipes starting at l6' to 2' >Open Diapason 73 pipes >Gamba 73 pipes >Dulciana 73 pipes >All in a swell chamber. > >Thanks > >Jim Turner > > >DIYAPASON-L: a Discussion list for owners and builders of their own >Residence Pipe Organs. >HOMEPAGE : http://www.diyapason.pipechat.org >List: mailto:DIYAPASON-L@pipechat.org >Administration: mailto:owner-DIYAPASON@pipechat.org        
(back) Subject: Re: [Residence Organs] Adding on to a pipe organ... From: "Mac Hayes" <mach37@ptw.com> Date: Sat, 05 Feb 2000 18:57:29 -0800   Kelvin Smith wrote:   > Here is a suggestion with 6 additional ranks, 4' Octave, 8' Gedackt, 4' > Flute, 8' Celeste, Nazard-Quinte and Oboe. The independant 4' octave = will > be important if you want to have any good chorus sound. The 8' flute = will > be necessary if you want to do much solo and accompaniment like choral > preludes, etc. The 1 1/3' will give you a little mixture effect.   Kelvin & list:   I'm looking for opinions on the pros & cons in this situation, the Moller = (Artiste, is it?), of using a 1 1/3 in preference to a 2 2/3. Would, or would not, a true = Mixture II or III be overkill in a residence organ? Unless one has a huge music room, of course.   Mac Hayes    
(back) Subject: Re: [Residence Organs] Adding on to a pipe organ... From: "Kelvin Smith" <KelvinSmith@untraveledroad.com> Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2000 20:11:36 -0700   >Kelvin Smith wrote: > >> Here is a suggestion with 6 additional ranks, 4' Octave, 8' Gedackt, 4' >> Flute, 8' Celeste, Nazard-Quinte and Oboe. The independant 4' octave = will >> be important if you want to have any good chorus sound. The 8' flute = will >> be necessary if you want to do much solo and accompaniment like choral >> preludes, etc. The 1 1/3' will give you a little mixture effect. > >Kelvin & list: > >I'm looking for opinions on the pros & cons in this situation, the Moller >(Artiste, is it?), of >using a 1 1/3 in preference to a 2 2/3. Would, or would not, a true >Mixture II or III be overkill >in a residence organ? Unless one has a huge music room, of course. > >Mac Hayes   Actually in the spec I had the 1 1/3' available as 2 2/3' in the swell. I played an organ when I was young of 12 ranks which had a 1 1/3' on the great which served as its mixture. It was fairly effective. For a small residence organ, I think would work just as well. I think a small mixture could work well in a small room, but this organ probably has quite a small and mild 8' diapason. Any upperwork is going to have to be equally mild in order to balance. A 1 1/3' also is useful as a mutation.   Kelvin      
(back) Subject: Re: [Residence Organs] rectifier at 110 From: "Jon" <sparky@chesco.com> Date: Sun, 6 Feb 2000 00:00:20 -0500   I would be willing to bet tickets to the world series that its either jumpered together   (1,3) (2,4) or (2,3) (1,4)     99% of the time it is the first one. If it is not, you will have no voltage across the output. It will not cause any fires or anything if you do the wrong one. The numbers in parenthesis () connect together to form one connection to a 110 leg.   All a 220 anything like this (motor or power supply) is is two coils in series, whether it be run coils on a motor or xformer coils. The voltage is half supply across each because voltage divides in series. All you = need to do is parallel the two for same voltage across each. If you parallel one backwards, the voltages cancel, resulting in no magnetic field and no output voltage (no motor spinning)   jon     >Kelvin Smith wrote: > >> I need to hook up a Durst organ rectifier for 110. It was >> previously hooked up for 220, and I want to make sure what >> the right connections are to change to 110. It has 4 AC >> connections, numbered 1 to 4. 2 and 3 and jumpered together >> and 1 and 4 had the two legs of the 220 on them.