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Author Topic: Newman Motor Coils; one continuous wire or two coils in series ? Difference?  (Read 3577 times)

Offline goodwins

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Hi, I'm about to build my first Newman motor ( the common configuration, as most often seen on YouTube, i.e. vertical PVC pipe with upper and lower coils, horizontal shaft etc.) and have a question about the magnetic wire for the top and bottom coils. Is it important/critical that the wire be one continuous, unbroken/unjoined wire from top coil thru to bottom coil? For convenience I want to be able to remove the top section ( pipe and upper coil ) for assembly, disassembly and experimentation. Does it make a significant difference if two separate coils, wired in series are used rather than the two coils using one continuous wire? Thanks for any help/advice.

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Offline kmarinas86

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Hi, I'm about to build my first Newman motor ( the common configuration, as most often seen on YouTube, i.e. vertical PVC pipe with upper and lower coils, horizontal shaft etc.) and have a question about the magnetic wire for the top and bottom coils. Is it important/critical that the wire be one continuous, unbroken/unjoined wire from top coil thru to bottom coil? For convenience I want to be able to remove the top section ( pipe and upper coil ) for assembly, disassembly and experimentation. Does it make a significant difference if two separate coils, wired in series are used rather than the two coils using one continuous wire? Thanks for any help/advice.

It doesn't make a difference.

In my approach, I use ribbon cable and I connect the wires in series. I've had at most 120 conductors in the same coil. There is no major problem of having more than one conductor.

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Thank you very much for your response to my question. I have seen some of your Youtube videos and respect the experimentation you have been doing. Thanks for your sharing.

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