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Author Topic: Solid State TPU controller  (Read 7326 times)

Offline hakware

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Solid State TPU controller
« on: December 18, 2007, 06:44:35 AM »
Since I don't see anywhere a nice schematic of how a solid state TPU controller should work I decided to put together a quick diagram.
I have not completed this design myself but I thought I would post this here.
the circuit is based on the original TPU only the control coils are depicted in this diagram.
the control coils have an extra winding on them to provide a trigger voltage to the 555 timers which will in turn turn on the coils in a round robin
method. I came up with that idea since this diagram started out using some 6146 tubes which would have required a feedback to the
grid to create oscillation.  By the way this circuit will require a magnet to kickstart one of the control coils to start the oscillation.
any thoughts?

 

turbo

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Re: Solid State TPU controller
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2008, 11:19:18 PM »
I have tried that a very long time ago in various self triggering versions aswell as pot's n'caps n'pot's evreywhere to carefully adjust and time each cycle.
It was good experiments, they never worked but they showed me which way to go.
It was due to the moving of the compass needle i figured out what was wrong.
The needle moved up and down rather then rotating from coil to coil and so i saw i needed to adjust the design to make it rotate.

Marco.

turbo

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Re: Solid State TPU controller
« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2008, 01:02:37 AM »
You need to read somewhat better Chef.

The compass needle was moving up and down in stead of moving from one coil to the next.
This was a design fault it had nothing to do with the controller.
I have used the same controller(s) on other designs and they rotated very well.

If you had been around somewhat longer you would know i have posted a similar circuit like two years ago.

Marco.

Offline MACEDONIA CD

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Re: Solid State TPU controller
« Reply #3 on: November 09, 2008, 01:18:37 AM »
hi  hak ware

HI M.A R.C.O.

FIRST ASK  FOR YOU YOU  PHASE  OUT COILS  DID YOU HAVE SOME  STRONG AMPS THERE AND  DID YOU FIND  FAST DIODE FOR YOUR OUT COILS  ,<<PHASE>>
IF YOU FIND THE  FAST DIODE THERE  FOR YOUR OUT COILS    THEN YOU HAVE  MADE  THIS  T.P.U  ;) ;) ;)

ONE THEORY I KNOW  AND THIS IS  REAL PRACTICAL THEORY  IS LIKE THIS<<<


<<<IF YOU HAVE ONE  ELKTROMAGNET   HO  HAS VERY SMALL  FORCE FILD   AND MOVE  SLOW TO ANTHERE OUT COILs,    then the out power whill be nothing
if  this ELKTROMAGNET HAS THE SAME SMALL FILD   AND NOW YOU MOVE FAST TO THE SAME OUT COILS  THEN THE POWER WHILL BE   WOOOOWWW  <<AND THAT IS TRUE 

BUT THERE IS PROBLEM  ELKTROMAGNET FILD MAST BE MOVING  IN ONE DIRECTION OF HIS ROAD MOVING  WHIT NO CAME BACK 
<WHITOUT BACK E.M.F>
IF THIS YOUR   SHEMATICS  ,,,  AND THIS YOUR COILS DOING THIS  THEN YOU HAVE MADE TPU 
AND THEN YOU ONLY NEED  FAST MOVING

BUT ALL THIS  YOUR SHEMATICS I THING IS NO GOOD 

I HAVE MADE SOMETHING HO IS  VERY SIMPLE  AND HAS  SHOW TO ME  SO POWERFULL SPARKS IN TO MY  OUT COIL  AND THIS SPARKS  MAKEING DISTROYNG SELF WHEN IM PUT IN TO SHORT
I THING THE  I HAVE MESURING MY SPARKS  WHIT MY ANALOG METER AND  I SEE IS  43AMPS WHEN IS IN THE SHORT 
ALL THIS MY DEVICE  HAS NORMALY HAS  SOME INPUT ENERGY  AND SOME SIMPLE  ELKTRONICS PARTS  AND  MY INPUT ENRGY  I PUT IS  ADAPTER << IS  220v ac /  5v  // 0,5 amps maximum >
my total input is  for my device is  5v whit  courent whit 0,3 amps
 all  this input produced  in to may out coil  43 amps  when i puting the out wires in short  there is like a flame   IS BIG FLAME  HO PRODUCED  TO  STICK MY TWO ENDS OF WIRE TOGETHER
I WHILL SHOWW YOU  TOMOROU  SMALL VIDEO CLIP  AND YOU WHILL SEE ALL  HERE  THIS IS REAL  WHIT SMALL  ENERGY  I HAVE  AMPERS THERE  LIKE FLAME

ASK FOR YOU  @HAKWARE

HOW IS STRONG YOUR NO ELKTROMAGNET FILD IN  YOUR COILS THER IN THAT <TPU>
 8)


Offline MACEDONIA CD

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Re: Solid State TPU controller
« Reply #4 on: November 09, 2008, 02:22:47 AM »
CHEFF  I DONT SPAM THIS TOPIC  BUT IS NOT MYSTIK MY  THINGS HERE  NOW IS REAL
TOMOROU I WHILL SHOW  YOU ALL HERE TO SEE MY STUFF HOW IS WORK   WHIT SMLL INPUT ENERGY IF YOU ARE MAD OF ME  PL. DONT IM LIKE TO SHOW HERE SOME GOOOD RESOLTS HERE 

turbo

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Re: Solid State TPU controller
« Reply #5 on: November 09, 2008, 03:11:53 AM »
Macedonia CD

please stop USING CAPITALS IT DOES NOT ADD ANYTHING TO YOUR POST OTHER THEN MAKING IT LOOK LIKE CRAP.

Here http://www.world-english.org/how_to_learn_english.htm

Marco.

Offline Gobaga

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Re: Solid State TPU controller
« Reply #6 on: November 09, 2008, 05:06:25 AM »
Chef,

You show two potentials.  What happens when they move?  Are they virtual or physical?

Offline Gobaga

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Re: Solid State TPU controller
« Reply #7 on: November 10, 2008, 03:01:48 AM »
I am not showing anything right now. :)

Where what happens?  ::) They are virtual ones, with no mass.

What happens when the massless potentials move across a conductor connected to a dipole?

Offline giantkiller

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Re: Solid State TPU controller
« Reply #8 on: November 10, 2008, 05:38:50 AM »
@hakware,
Please be careful with that ckt. With the right coil wind you would create a magnet jack hammer. It can be painful. Been there, done that.
The compass needle moving up and down is an indication of which way the energy is flying.
I only had 12v @ 2 amps and around 100khz. with same circuit.

--giantkiller.