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Author Topic: Neuman Motor (br549)  (Read 8173 times)

Offline br549

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Re: Neuman Motor (br549)
« Reply #30 on: November 29, 2019, 05:39:01 PM »
Thanks Raycathode for the direction:
I found some information on site pertaining to Andrey's work.
Have a good day.

Offline br549

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Re: Neuman Motor (br549)
« Reply #31 on: December 03, 2019, 11:41:37 PM »
The wire commutator #2 seemed to produce some negative pulses,
but is inconsistent and random. So I decided to try a mechanical oscillator.
in line with my commutator. I didn't want to use a relay so I was able to
get a Sonicare tooth brush that oscillates at 240 hertz. I modified it for
a quick test. It generated a lot more negative pulses. I notices something
interesting.My commutator #1 is on for about 120 degrees, off for 40 degrees
then changes polairty for another 120 degrees, and off for 40 degrees, and
repeats the cycle. Even though the pulse generator is on all of the time, I
only generate negative pulses during certain areas of the cycle. Wonder why?