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Author Topic: resonance in a bifilair coil  (Read 528 times)

Offline indigo22

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resonance in a bifilair coil
« on: January 30, 2018, 01:16:54 PM »
hi guy's i found out that at a certain frequentie the John Bedini coil doesn't need a magnet to trigger the pulse,

now i want to create that very very tiny, i've read the Otto material, but i can't find any info on a micro scale

what i want is 2 mini epoxy gans batteries witch create 1 volt and pulse that into a tiny bifilair coil,
use the seconairy to pulse it again and let the main winding light up a led

any thoughts are welcome

chears guys :P


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resonance in a bifilair coil
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