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FreeEnergyInfo:

--- Quote from: lota on July 02, 2011, 07:38:00 PM ---Hi,
i have bifilar coils as driver. Generator is a kegelcoil  with 0,8mm Cu. I have 1000V with this setup. If the motor is stand by, he is oscillating with 10khz. I have then 400v output. Is verry intesting. No OU.
My english is bad. Sorry.

Lota

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THANKS...

bolt:

--- Quote from: Dave45 on July 02, 2011, 03:17:34 PM ---also in Ramero's rig he used shielded wire returning to his battery   why?

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Dc inverter supply comes with screened cables like laptop supplies all do as its a HF switcher. So he cut plug off and returned to battery. No mystery there!

poynt99:

--- Quote from: plengo on July 02, 2011, 07:24:41 PM ---I just created a new coil on the same bobbin and this time I split the 7 strands into 2 groups.

In effect making this coil a bifilar. Total resistance is about 11.66 ohms and inductance without magnets and core about 2.59mh and capacitance around 16.30uf.

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16.3uF, Really? Wow!

.99

Dave45:

--- Quote from: bolt on July 02, 2011, 10:35:21 PM ---Dc inverter supply comes with screened cables like laptop supplies all do as its a HF switcher. So he cut plug off and returned to battery. No mystery there!

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if I remember correctly he used the shielded cable before he connected the dc to dc inverter.
just looking for clues.

Sherlock  ::)

Jdo300:

--- Quote from: poynt99 on July 02, 2011, 11:45:05 PM ---16.3uF, Really? Wow!

.99

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Hi Plengo,

How did you determine the capacitance of your coil?

- Jason O

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