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Author Topic: Experiments with bats and coils.  (Read 2318 times)

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Experiments with bats and coils.
« on: February 24, 2007, 09:48:14 AM »
Hi this is steve, Ive been doing some experiments with coils and bats. Mainly transformer type coils and single AA bats. Been noticing some unusual effect where the bats seem to charge up as they are in use but very slowly.
I wont give my exact designs but basic designs are sinply coils usually those with three leeds on one side, two leeds on the other, wiring a transistor and a diode and to a led light to the three leds side. Which causes the coil to pulse with high voltage. I have even made one of these that uses the high voltage sent to a rectifier then to a second AA bat essentially charging one bat with another bat. In the bat to bat charger I Drained the bat I charged running a motor with it to be sure it was drained. Charged it 16 hours with my bat to bat charger and then used that recharged bat to run a motor for 14 hours. Seems to work. Also as to the unusual effects like I said using a single weak bat put in my coil pulser, the bats slowly charge up, This was not my bat to bat charger device here,,the bat can be seen to charge up either by leaving the meter connected to the bat as its in operation in the device and watching the numbers slowly rise in time, or by simply
testing it before and after use with the same overall reading results. I am using a single double AA bat in my coil pulsers.  Im assuming the high voltage is somehow self charging the bat to some degree since I end up with higher reading after many hours or a day or nite of use whichever way it goes, basically 12 hours trials so far. And like I said leaving the meter connected to the bat ,,or simply turning the meter on and off over time,,same difference I see the numbers rising slowly,,not falling. Anyway for those interested just give it a try,,seems to be many ways to wire it so the transistor will cause the coil to pulse with high voltage. You can tell you have high voltage by several ways,,one the led will light or blink,,depending on how you wire it,,since the leds I use wont lite up except with 2 double aa bats. But one bat will work if its powered by high voltage from a coil running it,,or you can simple stick your tongue on the two output wires usually on the other side of the coil,,which by the way will zap you but it wont hurt to bad lol. Anyway something to look into no doubt. Ive noticed a new bat used in the coil flasher device will fall in digits,,usually on the 2000m dcv setting in no time,,however once a point is reached
they fall no more if the device is wired correctly.. And if you use a weak bat the digits which show up low on the meter will rise over time , usually several hours,,on the meter to a certain point then level off, tho they may keep rising if its powered longer.Once they level off they seem to remain there no matter how long you run the devices/pulsed coils.. All tho I have only ran them around 12 or so hours so far. On a few newer designs Im working on I have been getting the digits to keep rising but slowly with the hopes since I usually use weak bats to see if I am getting any results,,to maybe reach a design that would fully charge its own weak bat up all the way. Anyway hope that helps someone,,by the way if you want to contact me,,send me a pm in messenger under the name inhabitor2005

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Experiments with bats and coils.
« on: February 24, 2007, 09:48:14 AM »