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Author Topic: Using the Perpetual Motion Holder as an Induction Coil/Transformer  (Read 4189 times)

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A few days ago I used the Perpetual Motion Holder as an induction coil and as I increase the wavelength/lower the frequency the voltage increases but it drains the battery at 0.01 volts per second (the current from my readings were 0.01 A from it) in addition it temporary loses it magnetism, can someone explain to me what they know about this? Also I am thinking of doing this again but this time as a multi-core inside each aluminum square tube where the "prongs" are supposed to be and having flat bars on top and bottom so it kind of looks like a typical square transformer or rectangular in shape. Would anything happen if I configure it like that besides it looking different or would I be wasting materials by doing this?