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## 2022 builders survivor board => General Builders discussion => Topic started by: JackJohn on August 02, 2022, 07:20:51 AM

Title: VERY SIMPLE HALF WAVE FROM MAIN ELECTRICITY
Post by: JackJohn on August 02, 2022, 07:20:51 AM
Just want to show you about my very simple Idea to get half wave 50Hz From Main AC Electricity. And induction occurs from half wave in primary coil will twice induce to secondary coil because both of Emf and Back Emf will induced to secondary coil.
On the next Video I'll Trapping Back Emf from Primary coil into Usable DC Current.
Let's Check it out
Title: Re: VERY SIMPLE HALF WAVE FROM MAIN ELECTRICITY
Post by: norman6538 on August 02, 2022, 03:24:46 PM
Yes but its like the Bedini motor. If you use the motor work out for something then lets say you capture enough to run a smaller motor then the true extra output is a percentage of the input which is fine. And if its lets say 40% then you have 40% more work out for the same work in.

The DC fans in autos uses a permanent magnet instead of 2 coils to supply some of the free power and my electric bike motor likewise has neos all around the hub to reduce power required.

Norman
Title: Re: VERY SIMPLE HALF WAVE FROM MAIN ELECTRICITY
Post by: JackJohn on August 02, 2022, 04:05:03 PM
Yes but its like the Bedini motor. If you use the motor work out for something then lets say you capture enough to run a smaller motor then the true extra output is a percentage of the input which is fine. And if its lets say 40% then you have 40% more work out for the same work in.

The DC fans in autos uses a permanent magnet instead of 2 coils to supply some of the free power and my electric bike motor likewise has neos all around the hub to reduce power required.

Norman

You are Absolutely right sir, in this video I have not shown detailed measurementsso so we can't compare the required power and the output power of the transformer, the next video  I will do my best to take measurements in detail. Thank you for your advice