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Author Topic: Self-Powered Generator - Inventor From South Africa  (Read 22054 times)

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Re: Self-Powered Generator - Inventor From South Africa
« Reply #90 on: February 21, 2019, 11:36:29 AM »
I have made a solid state generator as described in the PK's book.
I wound 6 coils on 140 mm ferrite rods, made the timer exactly as specified and checked the voltage from pin 3.
I connected the coils in series. Their combined resistance is 6 Ohms.
Source is car battery 12V 45Ah instead of suggested 12V 7Ah. Linear resistor connected to 555 timer is 50 kOhm.
Circuit drains the battery and I am unable to get it to charge the battery.
Input current measured with cheap digital multimeter is  roughly beetween 1.4A and 0.6A. Increasing the resistance on linear resistor is bringing down the input current and bringing up the voltage drop on the coils. Voltage drop on the coils is always below the input voltage on the battery.
I need help. Does anyone have any suggestion what to do next?

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