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Author Topic: Building DS Plasma Globe  (Read 34296 times)

Offline h2ocommuter

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Re: Building DS Plasma Globe
« Reply #60 on: July 20, 2010, 09:24:59 PM »
What I am figuring is the flipping of the block wall has affective results when the C is in an harmonic equilibrium with the output of the L on top of the globe.

As my tests are only giving burst impulses and what I want is an even flow of energy. I am figuring the way to accomplish this has something to do with how fast I flip the block wall.

I have picked up some HV mica caps That will certainly make the flipping much faster.
I am going to try to drive this action through the circuit then to the illusive resistor placement across the IT then to the spark gap.

The mysterious Resistor may be something like a transistor or timer circuit. Anyway don stated that it is there to adjust the freq. to 60 or 120 Hz. depending on the adaption.

I have been very busy lately driving Big trucks so I have not had any time to test these assumptions.

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On my previous project "Hydroxy on demand", I am pseudo obligated to get a system working that has been a nightmare for everyone who has tried.  BB has agreed to help me long with the Hydrogen Junky and The hydrogen garage.
Working through the scheduling of the down time for the truck and interference of my schedule it continues to be a gauntlet.  If things work out well I will start to communicate along these lines on an appropriate thread.


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Re: Building DS Plasma Globe
« Reply #60 on: July 20, 2010, 09:24:59 PM »

Offline magnetman12003

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Re: Building DS Plasma Globe
« Reply #61 on: May 06, 2015, 10:41:56 PM »
How far did you get with your plasma globe experiments?  I would like to build a 12 volt battery charger.
have a 6 inch plasma globe as starters.


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Re: Building DS Plasma Globe
« Reply #62 on: May 08, 2015, 04:45:20 AM »
I like your thought Magnetman, Sorry I took down all my videos now but I would like to see the results Here on this thread. 

I have it on the bench now as time and things have been disheveled for quite some time. But I have nearly everything intact except the brilliant spark gap adjusting machine I had built. I really feel this is one of the keys I like the best.


I started learning how to charge larger caps and got waylaid for the last  few years. If things keep going my way I should be able to determine the building blocks again to have the sparks and the DC factors figured out. I just got to that point and diverted away.


The AC is good coming strait from the coil because the signal from the globe is vast and highly complicated to understand. But that is not hard to get around. using diodes to change it into DC A bridge rectifier will give a fine steady line on the scope. I ran out of time then again and had not finished what I was doing.


Thanks for replying I would love to get back into this project.


Offline magnetman12003

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Re: Building DS Plasma Globe
« Reply #63 on: December 01, 2015, 02:58:04 AM »
I like your thought Magnetman, Sorry I took down all my videos now but I would like to see the results Here on this thread. 

I have it on the bench now as time and things have been disheveled for quite some time. But I have nearly everything intact except the brilliant spark gap adjusting machine I had built. I really feel this is one of the keys I like the best.


I started learning how to charge larger caps and got waylaid for the last  few years. If things keep going my way I should be able to determine the building blocks again to have the sparks and the DC factors figured out. I just got to that point and diverted away.


The AC is good coming strait from the coil because the signal from the globe is vast and highly complicated to understand. But that is not hard to get around. using diodes to change it into DC A bridge rectifier will give a fine steady line on the scope. I ran out of time then again and had not finished what I was doing.


Thanks for replying I would love to get back into this project.
I have an old 8 inch plasma ball I can sell you that had the circuit blown out.  The ball itself is intact and wonder if you can use it? 


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Re: Building DS Plasma Globe
« Reply #64 on: December 02, 2015, 06:48:44 AM »

Thanks Magnetman,"I have an old 8 inch plasma ball I can sell you that had the circuit blown out.  The ball itself is intact and wonder if you can use it? "[/size]

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That would  be a cool idea, to make a signal with high voltage and high frequency then it would be easier to set the DC tank circuit ringing.


Thanks for the offer. I think I will pass it up though.




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Re: Building DS Plasma Globe
« Reply #64 on: December 02, 2015, 06:48:44 AM »
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