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## Solid States Devices => solid state devices => Topic started by: FreeEnergyE on August 08, 2016, 12:40:20 PM

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?
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?
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."