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Offline Thaelin

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Tesla's Tuned Magnetometers
« on: October 28, 2008, 08:13:20 PM »
   I have been looking for the internal schematic for the type of magnetometer that
was used by Tesla. So far, all I can find is solid state types. I have suspecions that
his was only a coil of wire maybe a cap too. This would lend to the statement of it
being tuned to the storms that would come and go. I would like to see what a tuned
one would do as far as output.

   Any one have any ideas?


Offline Jdo300

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Re: Tesla's Tuned Magnetometers
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2008, 10:16:06 PM »
Hey Thaelin,

I think this discussion came up a long time ago on some of the TPU threads. If you search for "Flux gate Magnetometer" you may get some hits. That's the only one I remember reading about that wasn't solid-state. As a matter a fact, it actually employs the use of a toroidal coil if I remember correctly  :)

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