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Title: Steven Mark Startup Method (place magnet into oscillating coil)?
Post by: sirmikey1 on August 14, 2008, 03:54:08 AM
FYI

Steven Mark Startup Method (place magnet into oscillating coil)?
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Title: Re: Steven Mark Startup Method (place magnet into oscillating coil)?
Post by: MACEDONIA CD on August 14, 2008, 11:38:52 PM
helo 

its  you  are  first time  here    that youthink about magnet  s
NO MAGNET  IS  FOR ATHERE   WORK  IN THE TPU 
 
  YOU  MAST  BE   LONG TIME  HERE  AND  THEN YOU WHILL KNOW    MANY ATHERE THINGS  ABOUT THAT 
BUT THAT IS GOOD  FOR  START KEEP GOING
  NO MEXANICAL OSCILATIONS   
Title: Re: Steven Mark Startup Method (place magnet into oscillating coil)?
Post by: innovation_station on August 18, 2008, 02:01:13 PM
in playing around i see that a magnet is infact not needed to start it ....

however it can be configured to use a magnet

with a bifillar coil and a n3055 no magnet needed  with a reed and a single coil use a magnet ...  i have done this with a 9v battery results are the same as with 12v


it is a kicker  ;D

carefull it hurts when bit .....

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