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Title: Nastrand2000 pulse motor
Post by: DA on January 09, 2008, 03:38:38 AM
I stumbled across this today on Youtube.  This unassuming guy has been trying various coils and a solid state trigger circuit that appears really good.  I went back and watched all his videos, and I thought it was worth the time.  The results shown are encouraging, but I'm skeptical, so I'm probably missing something.  I really liked the part where he starts the motor without turning the power on.  It seemed to run anyway, just not as fast.

What do you people think?

This should be a link to his last video, hopefully not right before the power people had him killed,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6W2jPXLmMzQ&feature=user (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6W2jPXLmMzQ&feature=user)
Title: Re: Nastrand2000 pulse motor
Post by: Ren on January 09, 2008, 05:12:32 AM
lol! Jase is still with us I believe. I have had the privilege of bouncing ideas and communicating with Jase (Nastrand2000) for a while now. He still watches the forums, and posts occasionally. I believe he is fairly busy at the moment, and probably has a number of replications and experiments in the works that he hasnt had time to post about etc.

Nastrands motor with the alternating nsns poles is quite a beast and shows just how little amount of voltage and current is needed to collect huge voltage spikes. Im not sure if he ever moved on to testing and charging batteries with his collected energy however. If you're still out there Jase I have some interesting developments with my Bedini window motor. I believe it would suit your motor 100% as it is a coreless design, and would be easy to get large amounts of torque/shaft power while charging a batt or bank of batts. Give us a yell if your still around mate.
Title: Re: Nastrand2000 pulse motor
Post by: Nastrand2000 on February 08, 2008, 06:24:54 PM
Yep I'm still around,

@DA
the motor only spins up if power is applied from an outside source. Ren is correct that I have been very busy lately and am continuing to build. My new motor runs on less milliamps now. I will post a new video in the near future.

Jason
Title: Re: Nastrand2000 pulse motor
Post by: Artic_Knight on July 03, 2008, 10:46:14 PM
Nastrand2000  you say it only runs from an outside current, is that because you have only tried an outside current? is it not quite over unity? or have you tried making it run itself?  i do like your youtube videos and would love to hear some feedback from you!
Title: Re: Nastrand2000 pulse motor
Post by: Nastrand2000 on July 08, 2008, 09:08:21 AM
I have tried feeding it back to itself.....not enough energy. Not overunity. it will run other motors that require less energy. I am currently building a new motor.....hopefully its results will be more promising.  Just built a new shop and got a cnc machine. I will be back to work soon. glad you enjoyed the videos, hope they helped inform or inspire.
Jason
Title: Re: Nastrand2000 pulse motor
Post by: Artic_Knight on July 11, 2008, 01:20:57 AM
what variable resistor do you recommend? i seen a few different varieties available.

are you using ge diodes or silicon diode? i noticed theres a difference in the trip voltage of dioded (didnt know there was a trip voltage at all) there is a .2 volt difference between them.

cheers!