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Title: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: z.monkey on February 05, 2009, 11:55:55 AM
Been cleaning out the garage...

Found this 10 Amp secondary transformer...

Might find something to do with that someday...
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: z.monkey on February 05, 2009, 11:57:09 AM
10 Amp relay, hmmm...
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: z.monkey on February 05, 2009, 11:58:21 AM
Maybe I could put the two together...

I'm gonna need a base with a bunch of random holes poked in it...
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: z.monkey on February 05, 2009, 11:58:55 AM
Gotta have some foots...
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: z.monkey on February 05, 2009, 11:59:49 AM
Brains!
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: z.monkey on February 05, 2009, 12:01:23 PM
Its gotta a brain that needs protecting, so I need a beefy RF power filter...
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: z.monkey on February 05, 2009, 12:03:20 PM
probably will need some ergonomic human controls...
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: z.monkey on February 05, 2009, 12:06:21 PM
The finished 50 Amp RF Filter...
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: z.monkey on February 05, 2009, 12:07:16 PM
Wired!

Put the spurs to 'er baby, Yee Haw!
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: z.monkey on February 05, 2009, 12:09:41 PM
Here's sumptin to make a little sense of all that!
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: BEP on February 05, 2009, 12:14:42 PM
Hmmm...

A filament transformer, no center tap.
A 2PDT 12VDC relay.

 ???

I always enjoy your project postings but I don't see how this will work, yet  :)
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: z.monkey on February 05, 2009, 12:25:29 PM
Look at the configuration of the relay.  It's a Inverter...

Here's a better picture...
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: BEP on February 05, 2009, 12:49:38 PM
Look at the configuration of the relay.  It is an inverter...

Here's a better picture...

AHA! A signal generator! First time I've seen a separate signal generator used in a power inverter. It might take a brute of a signal generator to drive that relay.

Take care.... If the relay isn't always changing states it will fry and probably burn the transformer too  :o
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: z.monkey on February 05, 2009, 12:58:51 PM
Howdy,

The signal generator is separate because I want to use my PIC 18F252 'sperimenter board for testing.  It has a preamplified IRFZ44 to drive the relay (no worries).  Later when I get the buggers worked out I'll replace it with a set frequency signal source, but I want to play with it a whole lot first.

Notice there is a separate switch for the power going to the relay switches.  This is because it takes to PIC a couple seconds to boot.  So first turn on the signal source and then turn on the inverter power.  Using the PIC as a timer allows me to programmatically alter to frequency of the relay, and I have a range of ~30 Hertz to ~500 Hertz to play with (frequencies that the iron transformer will respond to).  So I could program a sequence of frequencies, say simple music, and have my inverter entertain me...

OK, Mo Later...
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: Tito L. Oracion on February 07, 2009, 04:39:57 AM
There is little similarity with this



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a30i9SO4tB8




Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: Tito L. Oracion on February 07, 2009, 04:47:22 AM
also this one



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbHV_OCqNVs
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: pese on February 07, 2009, 08:05:19 PM
second movie
THE  ring-bell,
reference circuit as shown 0:27 in movie.

this output cant so read !

the output have speakes of some hundreds volts,
that voltages are so short (milliseconds" tat you must normally
not die!

you will become an "SHOCK" if your fingers will
touch both ends of the breaker.
only if you charge up an condensor (exp: 1mf 1000Volt
polyester or paper-film via an fast recovery diode than you ca read
the peak values of the voltages  otherwise you can see tat on osz-scope.

Tis is only an back-EMK that can be find in any choke, transfo and any
other induction coils.

------------------------------
0:47
this 4,5volts are never dangerous.
you can test, if the battery is god or not with your thong !
that induction voltages is the only "shocking NEW" if first connessance.
---------------------
1:45
Aaha he ave found his "somehundred volts " if he use the rigt diode he can also charge higher voltages.
BUT is not power behind ! NO Overunity, nothing : ONLY "Losses"
I play this if i was 7 with my father (EE).
THIS IS THE WRONG WAY for Free Energy.
Schoolar Physic, not more
--------------------


Te first video with his 140volt . NO VALUE this circuit also IF 100 or 200 milliwatt
are "lightning".
YOU "lightning head" have discover that this total power, adsitional losses vomes ONLY from the battery

G.Pese
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: pese on February 07, 2009, 08:27:08 PM
Look at the configuration of the relay.  It's a Inverter...

Here's a better picture...
very old circuit.
all car radios 1936 to 1950 workes tis way..
that was the simplest way to receive the anode voltages
(approx 150volts FOR TE "Vacuum-reicever Tubes. that was
need for any radio receiver.
Simple from line voltages 117/230 volts. BUT tho have ths
from 6 or 12 volt car batteries IT NEED this way.
special self resonces relais (named: vibrator)
i tink that workes at 110/120 Herts wir own mechaninacal
controlled resonance frequency

G.Pese
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: z.monkey on February 08, 2009, 01:29:29 PM
very old circuit.
all car radios 1936 to 1950 workes tis way..
Hey Pese,
I'm going retro-techo, well except for the processor...
I am working my way backwards in time technologically.
This is to fully understand electrical systems fundamentally.
I'm going back to pick up all the little details, all the most
basic fundamental details.

I would like to build a tube amplifier also...

Tito, thanks for the videos, VERY Interesting...

OK, Mo Later...
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: Tito L. Oracion on February 09, 2009, 03:37:56 AM
Hi everyone

Actually i have made a hundreds of volts without using batery but im using the batery! yeah rigth im using it but im not using it ???

without killing the dipole!



bearden tech!

otits
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: wattsup on February 09, 2009, 05:19:40 AM
@Z

I have tried that many times with a relay. As long as you are pulsing slow, no problem as an inverter. I don't know if it will work up to 60 hz because that relay will stop hitting the other pole simply due to physical lack of time to react so quickly. Unless you have something else up your sleeve.
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: z.monkey on February 09, 2009, 11:26:29 AM
Supplying a large amount of current to the relay coil will help it switch faster, but there are physical limits.
Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: Tito L. Oracion on February 10, 2009, 02:39:53 AM
just want you to see this

usefull to me


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3yvdXIjGSo



god bless
otits


Title: Re: Electromechanical Inverter
Post by: z.monkey on February 10, 2009, 03:03:13 AM
Nice Video...
I use incandescent bulbs...