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Author Topic: RobertDepelteau circuit  (Read 15642 times)

Offline RobertD

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Re: RobertDepelteau circuit
« Reply #30 on: January 31, 2018, 09:11:49 PM »
I think many if not all car ignition coils are a type of autotransformer (not 'auto' as
in car, but 'auto' as in self). This means that the primary winding + lead is connected
directly to the secondary winding. I'm not sure if all car ignition coils are made like
that however.

Also, someone said previously that if details of a device are posted in the public domain that the
device could still be patented by someone else. That is not correct. Once the details of a device/invention
are posted fully in the public domain the device can not be patented, assuming the patent examiner
is made aware that the details of the 'invention' were previously disclosed in the public domain before
a patent application was made. The reason for this is because patents are supposed to protect new,
never seen before inventions, but if the details of an invention are disclosed in the public domain before
a patent application is made then the invention is no longer considered 'new' and 'not previously seen before'.

All the best...

Thank you sir.
Looks like I'll be playing with my coils some more.
The fact that the ignition coils are current limited pretty much nullifies the amplification.
I might as well put two MOTs back to back w a spark plug in between them.
Will continue to try and cascade the feeders for more gain. But try first with one.
I work primarily intuitively.

Rockets won't get us to the nearest stars.

Offline RobertD

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Re: RobertDepelteau circuit
« Reply #31 on: March 31, 2018, 03:16:15 PM »
However, GĂ©rard Morin says amps is not so important as voltage. I'll still build it and see how much amps I'll get out of it.

Offline AlienGrey

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Re: RobertDepelteau circuit
« Reply #32 on: April 01, 2018, 06:04:11 PM »
Yeah! a car ignition coil is for a car, you can fool around with them all you like but a auto mobile ignition coil won't
but they wont get you where you want to be, if you did your home work you wold know that by now.
 If you look back on some of Stefan's 1997 posts you would find out why by his tests.
It's amazing how we are taking a step backwoods !

AG

Offline RobertD

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Re: RobertDepelteau circuit
« Reply #33 on: April 02, 2018, 01:54:58 AM »
Yeah! a car ignition coil is for a car, you can fool around with them all you like but a auto mobile ignition coil won't
but they wont get you where you want to be, if you did your home work you wold know that by now.
 If you look back on some of Stefan's 1997 posts you would find out why by his tests.
It's amazing how we are taking a step backwoods !

AG

I know they're current limited.
I haven't done a lot of research on this, so I'm not familiar with Stefan's work.
If you post a link, I'd like to study it and save myself some time.