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Author Topic: Pierre's 170W in 1600W out Looped Very impressive Build continued & moderated  (Read 295390 times)

Offline listener192

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yes r2fpl it would be more productive. At exactly 06.30 Pierre's nose is getting in to the picture. Until 7.10, i didn't notice anything newer than before. 

By the way. Do you know what this small square thing is? Looks like it is connected across the output. Is it a small bridge for the meter?
That's the current monitor toroid for the V/A meter.
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Offline r2fpl

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I wanted someone to see what I noticed to know if this is happening.
Some do not see the moment of insertion? zoom video and tell what you see.

Offline listener192

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I wanted someone to see what I noticed to know if this is happening.
Some do not see the moment of insertion? zoom video and tell what you see.
I don't see anything of significance, so why don't you enlighten us, there is no need to test our powers of observation.
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Offline cheors

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At 7:42

It's a tore

Offline r2fpl

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6:45 when placing the rotor the left side is dragged to the stator.  You can see it later once again. Why ?

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6:45 when placing the rotor the left side is dragged to the stator.  You can see it later once again. Why ?
All I see is the rotor picked up and then pushed into the stator.

Where is the dragging?
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All I see is the rotor picked up and then pushed into the stator.

Where is the dragging?
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Maybe you mean what the rotor has trailing behind, which is the line out sockets and the wired in V/A meter?
L192

Offline jerdee

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Coil span matches rotor width!!! :)

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Offline listener192

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see: https://youtu.be/H61PojGVS4I
I see his left thumb against the rotor, what else are we supposed to see?
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Offline r2fpl

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I see his left thumb against the rotor, what else are we supposed to see?
L192

You really do not see the rotor attraction to the stator? maybe this is an illusion.

Offline T-1000

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You really do not see the rotor attraction to the stator? maybe this is an illusion.
It is more to do with weight not attraction. Between minute 6 and 7 there is no constant attraction to stator when Pierrie was fitting output core into stator in few attempts.

Offline r2fpl

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It is more to do with weight not attraction. Between minute 6 and 7 there is no constant attraction to stator when Pierrie was fitting output core into stator in few attempts.

So I ask Pierre if there is a pernament magnet in the rotor or stator?

Offline listener192

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You really do not see the rotor attraction to the stator? maybe this is an illusion.
Doesn't look like attraction to me.
Anyhow I took the PM's out of my rotor as they caused distortion to the waveform.
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Offline r2fpl

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Doesn't look like attraction to me.
Anyhow I took the PM's out of my rotor as they caused distortion to the waveform.
L192

I did not notice the difference with PM and no PM so maybe there is no PM. Maybe.
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