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Author Topic: Made 30-Filar Coil  (Read 430 times)

Offline floodrod

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Made 30-Filar Coil
« on: September 11, 2022, 03:31:39 AM »
Had 2 pounds of tangled 25 ga wire I wanted to recycle..  So I wound a 2 pound 30 Filar coil..  It's got 30 strands..  Lots of revolutions...  Hooked up all in parallel it was WAY WAY to many amps, so I had to series them till it was usable.  Hours to toning out wires and trying to get the ohms of each feed as balanced as I could, I ended up with 4 parallel strands.  Each about 14 Ohms.

The sucker has nice strong flux and makes the rotor cook!

Any ideas on what experiments I should try with this sucker?

Offline indigo22

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Re: Made 30-Filar Coil
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2022, 07:33:02 AM »
Pulse the 4 stangs with an arduino 2 plus to minus differand frequentie, 2 the other way, differand frequenties. This way you create a great flux of radiant energy. Uso ossiloscoop to watch 200 mhz, you can first test it on a simulator before blowing up any equipment like arduino or mosfets irfs etc. You can download multisim for free use i think for 1 month then you gotta pay. I would capture the radiant with a car batterie, a cap would be 2 smal.

Offline indigo22

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Re: Made 30-Filar Coil
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2022, 07:36:17 AM »
As bedini said you do not need rotating magnets just a collapsing magnetic field.. pulse very quick, the faster you pulse the les amps you use on the primairie batterie

Offline indigo22

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Re: Made 30-Filar Coil
« Reply #3 on: September 11, 2022, 07:37:39 AM »
And you can also wind another winding on there with a bigger gauge  8)

Offline floodrod

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Re: Made 30-Filar Coil
« Reply #4 on: September 11, 2022, 01:00:43 PM »
Pulse the 4 stangs with an arduino 2 plus to minus differand frequentie, 2 the other way, differand frequenties. This way you create a great flux of radiant energy. Uso ossiloscoop to watch 200 mhz, you can first test it on a simulator before blowing up any equipment like arduino or mosfets irfs etc. You can download multisim for free use i think for 1 month then you gotta pay. I would capture the radiant with a car batterie, a cap would be 2 smal.

Thanks for the idea.  Right now all 4 strands are soldered in parallel to 1 feed line and heat-shrank.  But I do have some very large transformers with several secondary separated coils.  Perhaps I will experiment, buy my cheap scope doesn't go that high.