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Author Topic: Microwave oven fanr as pick up coil?  (Read 5171 times)

Offline antimony

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Microwave oven fanr as pick up coil?
« on: February 20, 2016, 10:19:02 PM »
Hi, i have a bunch of microwave oven fans that i wanted to use as pick up coils like a guy on YouTube called Anguswangus.
I have been studying this guys past progress for some time, and i have learned a lot from his videos.

So if someone havent checked his channel out yet, search his name on YouTube and listen to his 'free energy systems examined' where he share what he learned.

Anyway,  what i wanted to ask was just if someone here have tried these as pick ups, and also, how do you wire them?

He uses a motor to drive his rotor.

Thanks in advance. 

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Offline AlienGrey

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Re: Microwave oven fanr as pick up coil?
« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2016, 02:05:12 AM »
Hi, i have a bunch of microwave oven fans that i wanted to use as pick up coils like a guy on YouTube called Anguswangus.
I have been studying this guys past progress for some time, and i have learned a lot from his videos.

So if someone havent checked his channel out yet, search his name on YouTube and listen to his 'free energy systems examined' where he share what he learned.

Anyway,  what i wanted to ask was just if someone here have tried these as pick ups, and also, how do you wire them?

He uses a motor to drive his rotor.

Thanks in advance.

Angus me coat up ?  have you got a link?

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Re: Microwave oven fanr as pick up coil?
« Reply #2 on: February 21, 2016, 09:30:28 AM »
Hi, i have a bunch of microwave oven fans that i wanted to use as pick up coils like a guy on YouTube called Anguswangus.
I have been studying this guys past progress for some time, and i have learned a lot from his videos.

So if someone havent checked his channel out yet, search his name on YouTube and listen to his 'free energy systems examined' where he share what he learned.

Anyway,  what i wanted to ask was just if someone here have tried these as pick ups, and also, how do you wire them?

He uses a motor to drive his rotor.

Thanks in advance.

For the sake of simplicity, we should not call these "microwave oven fans".
Which that ARE found inside microwave ovens,
they are ALSO found inside nearly every other rotary household appliance, or anything with a fan in it...
Stand-alone (oscillating) floor fans, Vaporizer units, dehydrators, ionizers, etc.

This is a standard synchronous A/C induction motor.
Aluminum (solid-state, no-coil) Rotor.

the inductor is made of several stacked steel plates.
there is a thick, single wire coil, wrapped around a segment of one side
and a coil with thin wire, and a large number of coils, on the other.
and an aluminum rotor, with angled grooves, carved into it.

It is by far the most efficient A/C motor mankind has yet to invent (and sell commercially at an affordable price!)

here is a picture of some



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Re: Microwave oven fanr as pick up coil?
« Reply #2 on: February 21, 2016, 09:30:28 AM »
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Offline antimony

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Re: Microwave oven fanr as pick up coil?
« Reply #3 on: February 23, 2016, 12:27:06 PM »
Yes, i know, but i wanted you to know where i got them from, so it may be easier for you to help me.

I haven´t yet found how to wire these up as pick up coils.

Thanks for the response. :)

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Re: Microwave oven fanr as pick up coil?
« Reply #4 on: February 23, 2016, 11:49:38 PM »
What do you mean a pick up coil ? and not all fans  are the same, and have you got a link, some whee on this DB is a device like this but some clever guy shows he replaced the alloy core with a Neo to produce energy is that what your after ?

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Re: Microwave oven fanr as pick up coil?
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Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Microwave oven fanr as pick up coil?
« Reply #5 on: February 24, 2016, 12:54:04 AM »
the AC synchronous induction motor already comes "as is" functioning as a generator.

The output at the two electrical terminals (when the rotor is spun by external force)
  is AC, in a perfect sine wave. these make great generators, which can be attached to a windmill or water wheel or anything that can turn it.
you can take it as AC, or rectify it to DC.

The field is self-induced, meaning they generate more electricity under heavy load, and at higher RPM.
placing a magnet onto the metal-plates (anywhere really) induces a biased magnetic field, which will magnetize the rotor at lower load and rpm.

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Re: Microwave oven fanr as pick up coil?
« Reply #6 on: February 24, 2016, 01:06:41 AM »
if you wanted to use this as a "pick up coil"
[im not sure I completely understand what you mean here, but i'll give it a try]

you could remove the rotor, and replace it with a rotating magnetic field, or another rotor, with actual magnets on it.

But, the way the plates and other coils are designed, the best rotor, will have magnetic fields that look like the spiraled lines on the existing rotor.
If you could simulate this orientation, either with magnets, or with an electric field - then what you are talking about, should be possible.


if you just wanted to use the coil, and the inductance of the metal plates,
you could simply just place the coil-side of the motor towards your changing magnetic field that you want to "pick up".
the resulting signal will present itself across the terminals.

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Re: Microwave oven fanr as pick up coil?
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Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Microwave oven fanr as pick up coil?
« Reply #7 on: February 24, 2016, 01:15:18 AM »
Yes, i know, but i wanted you to know where i got them from, so it may be easier for you to help me.

I haven´t yet found how to wire these up as pick up coils.

Thanks for the response. :)

there is only one coil that you need to worry about. there are two wires that come out. if you turn the rotor it makes electricity.
if you put the coil near moving magnets it will do the same. but remember you have big steel plates, that will attract magnets

the other coil on the transformer is just used to bias the electric field so the rotor can turn. this is a thick copper wire wrapped around the steel plates.
the plates are actually laminated, there is a tiny gap between each one, which makes the total field stronger, than just a metal block.


Offline AlienGrey

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Re: Microwave oven fanr as pick up coil?
« Reply #8 on: February 25, 2016, 11:05:05 PM »
there is only one coil that you need to worry about. there are two wires that come out. if you turn the rotor it makes electricity.
if you put the coil near moving magnets it will do the same. but remember you have big steel plates, that will attract magnets

the other coil on the transformer is just used to bias the electric field so the rotor can turn. this is a thick copper wire wrapped around the steel plates.
the plates are actually laminated, there is a tiny gap between each one, which makes the total field stronger, than just a metal block.

Hi mr smoky I have an old sync ac motor you show, i put it on my drill and spun it I get nothing,  have A look at this video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_ZuyoYqJ2s

AG

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Re: Microwave oven fanr as pick up coil?
« Reply #8 on: February 25, 2016, 11:05:05 PM »
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Offline antimony

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Re: Microwave oven fanr as pick up coil?
« Reply #9 on: March 08, 2016, 11:11:37 AM »
What i mean when i say "pick up coil", i mean, as i understand it, a "pick up coil" is collecting energy from a moving magnet field.

I should really link to Anguswangus video, but i cant becouse i am using my phone, and i havent figured out how to do this yet.

Anyway, thank you. 


 

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