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Author Topic: Hmmm ... best coil design of your choice ...?  (Read 5164 times)

Offline UTiLeeTY

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Hmmm ... best coil design of your choice ...?
« on: March 08, 2012, 04:24:09 PM »
Hello again, everyone :).

... just got confused on soo many coil kinds & types :o , hope, you can give an
helpful advice.

Well, I tought of winding a coil myself, which may pull OR push at any moment a neodym magnet (~ 0.5 Tesla) on a wheel.

Best inductance, lowest current draw and which wire to wind are some questions to solve.

That coil should run on couple Volts constant voltage and work with something like ~100 Volt DC spikes as well.

Hope, you can help & I can finally finish my (open source) project :).

Many Thanks,


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