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Offline fedexbra

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fedex generator
« on: July 24, 2012, 10:37:50 AM »
fedex generator


Hii everyone new here and would like to share my experiments with you all...
 I have been working on a generator for the past month and a half an have had some really nice results.
OK so I have made a few different models and have had a 6v4ah battery powering my device and have had an output of up to 12v or more from 2 coils and 4 small neo magnets. So I decided to up scale it abit with more coils with thicker wire and more magnets but have seemed to lose the output is this from the wire gauge or what?
in my latest model i have a 100mm 240v case fan as the base of the generator, cut off all the blades and removed the internals of the fan and placed the magnets inside the center and coils around outside
 being driven by a small 12v drill motor on the 6v4ah battery
on previous models there was to much vibration and noise which makes it to inefficient i believe

all in all some pretty good results are coming from this experiment, but am looking for a way to charge the battery maybe from 1 coil and then the rest off to a grid tie inverter to sell power back to the greedy power company's

here are some images of my latest model and my coil winding jig which is pretty basic a calculator and reed switch and old cordless drill.
i will post more pics tomorrow and maybe a video too if i get the chance to make one... and will be rewinding my coils tomorrow too with the 0.25mm magnet wire instead of what i have used for this model which is 0.75mm i think

PS sorry about the spelling, never really went to school so

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« on: July 24, 2012, 10:37:50 AM »

Offline e2matrix

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Re: fedex generator
« Reply #1 on: July 24, 2012, 05:50:18 PM »
Welcome to  No worries on the spelling - it is actually quite good other than punctuation but we get the point.  I aced college English but I could care less about spelling on forums as long as the message comes across.   How much voltage and current are you getting out of this versus voltage and current input?  Can you measure that?   You might want to look in on a message thread at   here:   as some are using drill motors rewired in some special ways.  The person starting that thread is an incredible source of knowledge on motors and radiant energy.