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Author Topic: Pulsing A Bifilar Coil And Collecting From It And Various Ways Of Going About It  (Read 10938 times)

Offline Jimboot

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Hey Jim.
Would be easier to see what you are telling.  ;)

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Yeah I know but I'd have to clean up my bench :)  ok uploading now.

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Offline Jimboot

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I've since added a 3rd TBP coil to this transformer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erReC82Y308


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    • my youtube channel with bifilar pancake coil info
intersting effect in that neonbulb.
I have been womdering about the colors of a spark. blue green purple.
it seems frequency dependent.

a collapsing magnetic field creates a dielectric pressure,  that exites the gas to a maximum leve(spin speed)l and then it starts emitting the excess energy as light.

 

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