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Offline NickZ

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Re: Joule Ringer!
« Reply #645 on: October 20, 2012, 01:40:54 AM »
  Thanks Xee2.
   I've been having the best results using a 15 volts, 1000mA from a wall adapter. Which seams to work better than 12 volt  batteries, as it has slightly higher voltage. Both higher voltage, as well as higher current levels are needed to run this circuit. It takes the above input well, but needs more juice to obtain brighter lighting.   I can't light my house on mAs, I wish that I could. The combination of Led, or Cfl light along with incandescent together is more pleasing than one, or the other separately.

  I just filled the 2nd half of my ferrite yoke core with double the secondary winds, and more primary turns, also, but, the frequency seams to be too high. The neon bulb heats up, and looks so bright, like it's going to blow,  (too bright). The other bulbs didn't like the change.
   I'm still working on the turn ratio, etz... not as easy as it seams.

  Brad:  I think that you may be right about double losses when using 120v bulbs instead of the 12volt bulbs of the same version. Need to look into this further. Maybe high voltage circuits aren't really needed.
As Gbluer is able to light 2 watt bulbs once gutted on just 12v, 28mA, and that small pyramid shape led bulb was fairly bright.

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Re: Joule Ringer!
« Reply #645 on: October 20, 2012, 01:40:54 AM »

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Re: Joule Ringer!
« Reply #646 on: October 23, 2012, 05:56:35 AM »
Hi guys,

Here my boxed SJR 3.0. CFL 220 V 18 Watt. 1 Amp drawn.

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« Reply #647 on: October 23, 2012, 07:10:32 PM »
  Djoko:
  Looks like a nice amount of light output. Can you tell us what is your battery voltage,  if your transistor is overheated, if the Cfl has the internal circuit, or not. A picture and explanation of your coil, and it's winding would also help.
     
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« Reply #647 on: October 23, 2012, 07:10:32 PM »
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« Reply #648 on: October 24, 2012, 02:39:55 AM »
NickZ,

Sure, its bright. I use 12V 6Ah Sealed Lead Acid battery. Runing on around 1 Amp, thr transistor stay cold to hold on with my finger. The Un-gutted 220V CFL 18 Watt. Ferite rod 10 mm dia x 180 mm length (this size only I can get here in my place, primary winding was 2 layer @ 365 turn (total 730 turn) using 0.4 mm mag. wire, seconadry was 72 turn of around 1 mm solid electric wire. On the primary, overlap winding I used. Here the shoot on the coil.

Rgd
Djoko

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Re: Joule Ringer!
« Reply #649 on: October 24, 2012, 04:57:45 AM »
   Thank you for the reply and information. It is important to know when someone has some success on these circuits, and how they did it. Does that circuit ring loudly?
  I have not had to much luck on ungutted Cfls. I have one that is 25 watts, and can only get it to blink rapidly, without taking the circuit out of it.  I have two secondary coils on my ferrite yoke core,so I'm working on either combining them like you did, or having them light separate bulbs.
My circuit need at least one amp and 15 volts. I've tried connecting two of my small solar panels in series to obtain about 22 volts, but without enough amps it just won't light the bulbs fully, at least so far.
  Thanks again for the information,
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« Reply #649 on: October 24, 2012, 04:57:45 AM »
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« Reply #650 on: October 24, 2012, 05:26:05 AM »
No ringing at all. I got even brigther light when the primary is 51 turn and the amp draw at 1.250A but I decide on this final set up since it just for emergency. My goal is getting lowest amp draw. Now I build the other circuit with 2 ferrite glued together so I get the wider core area and I just finished the winding, 960 turn of 0.2 mm and 72 turn of 1 mm solid but I heve not test yet. I will updated here once I get tested

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« Reply #651 on: October 25, 2012, 08:03:47 AM »
  Thanks again for the info. I took the liberty of placing your last picture and comments on the Energetic Forum, as I think that you have a nice replication to show, as well as explaining how you made the build.
 


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Offline hoptoad

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Re: Joule Ringer!
« Reply #652 on: October 25, 2012, 08:21:12 AM »
Hi guys,
Here my boxed SJR 3.0. CFL 220 V 18 Watt. 1 Amp drawn.

As a simple comparative measure, have you tried putting another CFL 220v 18 watt lamp connected to the mains supply (as it normally would be) next to your SJR.?

Just a thought.

Cheers

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Re: Joule Ringer!
« Reply #653 on: October 31, 2012, 03:55:45 AM »
Here video of my SJR 3.0. It light up 2 CFL (18 watt & 11 Watt) and 3 LED bulb (3 Watt and two x 1 Watt).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtI_XbSbzKA
@Nickz,
Thank for your effort to share my SJR 3.0 on EF.
@Hoptoad,
Unfortunately I just have one 18 Watt CFL, but when I hooked Up 18 W CFL to the grid the amp draw was  120 mAmp.

Rgd
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« Reply #653 on: October 31, 2012, 03:55:45 AM »
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« Reply #654 on: October 31, 2012, 04:06:57 AM »
Hi Guys,

I just build mini SJR 3.0. I am using inductor from burnt CFL. It contain around 200 turn of fine magnet wire ( I think # 32 or #34 gauge). I just add the 30 turn of 0.2 mm mganet wire primary coil over it. This thiny SJR able to light up 5 Watt Un-gutted CFL. It draw 400 mA. I put all part inside a E-37 fitting.
Here the video :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9i4kf-jGtck
Here the picture :

 

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