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Title: Better version of Don Smith generator
Post by: FreeEnergyE on August 08, 2016, 12:40:20 PM
Hello,
This is my first post on this forum. ;)
I am building a Don Smith generator with guide in attachments, it is better because it does not require earth connection, it uses Tesla biffilar coil with extended capacity instead of L1. In guide I found all equations. My question is how I can, in case output of 30kW, step down voltage from high to 230V 50Hz without transformer, and if I can to convert to the three phase, without using motor, and if I can't step down voltage, can I make L2 coil produce 230V directly and how I can later convert high frequency to 50Hz?
And can I use other material in constructing Extended Tesla Biffilar Coil?
Please read that in guide and tell me.
Thanks!
Title: Re: Better version of Don Smith generator
Post by: magnetman12003 on August 10, 2016, 08:02:50 AM
Hello,
This is my first post on this forum. ;)
I am building a Don Smith generator with guide in attachments, it is better because it does not require earth connection, it uses Tesla biffilar coil with extended capacity instead of L1. In guide I found all equations. My question is how I can, in case output of 30kW, step down voltage from high to 230V 50Hz without transformer, and if I can to convert to the three phase, without using motor, and if I can't step down voltage, can I make L2 coil produce 230V directly and how I can later convert high frequency to 50Hz?
And can I use other material in constructing Extended Tesla Biffilar Coil?
Please read that in guide and tell me.
Thanks!    Whatever coil you make that generates hi frequency and hi voltage can be rectified  easily to DC.  A inexpensive solid state diode full wave bridge rectifier can do the job with an output capacitor,  Then work with the DC voltage,
Title: Re: Better version of Don Smith generator
Post by: saintsnick on August 11, 2016, 07:58:50 AM
 "In guide I found all equations."

Ummm, what guide? Please elaborate.

Thanks...
-sNick
Title: Re: Better version of Don Smith generator
Post by: FatBird on August 11, 2016, 06:49:54 PM
The guide you will get for FREE when you download it
AFTER you click on his Link.

(is it really that complicated?)
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