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Author Topic: IST'S PULSE MOTOR GEARBOX ALTENATOR UNIT  (Read 7086 times)

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IST'S PULSE MOTOR GEARBOX ALTENATOR UNIT
« on: October 06, 2008, 12:14:48 AM »
this is my pulse motor  attached to a gearbox drive system that will increase torque from the motor

output of the gear box will have 18" pullyes on it that will turn belts driving alternators i will have to work out the ratio on the pullyes to the alts

so as i have enough speed   to operate the alternators


REAL SIMPLE UNIT....

ist

pics and dws soon


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Re: IST'S PULSE MOTOR GEARBOX ALTENATOR UNIT
« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2008, 01:14:57 AM »
here is a simple dwg i just whipped up


enjoy

ist

remember to use a cap on your pulse motor to cut way back on inputed power  ;)

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Re: IST'S PULSE MOTOR GEARBOX ALTENATOR UNIT
« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2008, 02:45:23 PM »
well out for a gearbox today i have one in mind....


also i need to get a larger rotor for my pulse motor

so i will round up some more of this unit today  the nice thing is if for some silly reason this does not work i can use thease parts on other devices i have designed...

so i dont loose i just learn a better way ...

ist

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Re: IST'S PULSE MOTOR GEARBOX ALTENATOR UNIT
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Re: IST'S PULSE MOTOR GEARBOX ALTENATOR UNIT
« Reply #3 on: October 06, 2008, 09:21:21 PM »
so out gearbox shoping i come across a awsome deal....

well the one i had in mind was 189 cdn  but i get to the store and guess what there on clearence...   lol

so i bought all they had

they had 3 of em  2 30 to 1 gear reduction and 1 40 to 1 gear reduction

so the 2 30 's will be for my turbine and the 40 will be for the pluse motor

the best part was the price 34.95 each  what a deal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


ist

soon enough i will post pics

also i got a 12 " 15lb wheel steel with a solid rubber tire for my new rotor  17 bucks not too bad .... ;D

 

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