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Title: MOTOR IN HAND
Post by: magnetman12003 on September 27, 2009, 07:25:26 AM
The motor shaft is running in my fingers.
New U tube movie. 

I need some help .

Is there a way I can copy all 5 of my motor related videos I posted on U tube?   In case they vanish I can have personal backup copy files to view for each of the 5 videos I posted.

My 5 videos on U tube are:

Bowl magnet motor
A spinning propeller is next part 1
A spinning propeller is next part 2
a spinning propeller is next final
Motor in hand
 
All help will be most appreciated. I dont know how to go about doing that and dont have the equipment

Thanks, Tom Ferko




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvjiOwDBBa0&feature=player_embedded
Title: Re: MOTOR IN HAND
Post by: lwh on September 28, 2009, 12:34:54 AM
If you're using Mozilla Firefox as your web browser you can install an add-on called 'DownloadHelper' (there are others too).  This can download the video's in FLV format (Flash Layer Video), which it can also convert to other formats in conjunction with another add-on (which I don't have) if your media player won't play FLV's.  (I use VLC media player.)  There are undoubtedly other free ways to do it too if you search around for video downloaders.  Here are some, which I haven't tried - http://keepvid.com/ http://brownies.890m.com/  http://getvid.nct.vn/
Title: Re: MOTOR IN HAND
Post by: sm0ky2 on September 28, 2009, 01:14:42 AM
have you done any load testing yet?

as far as input power vs output from the motor?

there are small A/C motors found inside just about anything with a fan, i.e.- vaporizers, dehumidifiers, floor fans.. ect.

they are small, ligtweight, and very efficient for generating pure A/C electricity.  many people use them for homemade wind-gens.

they are great for testing A/C input to A/C output on devices like you have created. simply mount the motor shaft to a frame, and use a rubberband or small belt to the A/C motor/gen shaft.

they usually bias themselves and start generating immediately, but if not, just quickly touch the side of it with a magnet while its spinning and it will start generating.

would be interesting to see what kind of power that thing can generate with your setup.
Title: Re: MOTOR IN HAND
Post by: jadaro2600 on September 28, 2009, 05:32:37 AM
perhaps you could give some indication of properties of the device? a schematic maybe?
Title: Re: MOTOR IN HAND
Post by: magnetman12003 on September 28, 2009, 08:21:47 PM
Here is what I used to construct the Motor In Hand. Have done no testing so far.

Degaussing coil and Function generator purchased off Ebay. Coil can be 425 turns of #20 magnet wire wound 12 inch diameter. About 1300 feet.

Function generator must be able to provide a VARIABLE 4-16 volt or better peak to peak symmetrical square wave output. 10 to 100 HZ VARIABLE  low frequency a "MUST" have.

Need cylinder type DIAMETRIC magnet(s) with 1/4 inch diameter hole through center. K &J Magnetics and Magnets 4 Less sells them.

Hook coil to generator and power up.
Slide magnets onto 1/4 inch diameter aluminum shaft and secure with polaritys facing the SAME direction.
Place aluminum shaft with magnets over the loop and start adjusting a + - 20 HZ frequency untill the shaft spins with only a finger twist. First start by supporting the shaft on something other than your fingers. I started mine on top of a wood bowl. Later I just used my fingers.

Enjoy!

Tom
Title: Re: MOTOR IN HAND
Post by: magnetman12003 on September 30, 2009, 08:22:26 PM
The motor shaft is running in my fingers.
New U tube movie. 

I need some help .

Is there a way I can copy all 5 of my motor related videos I posted on U tube?   In case they vanish I can have personal backup copy files to view for each of the 5 videos I posted.

My 5 videos on U tube are:

Bowl magnet motor
A spinning propeller is next part 1
A spinning propeller is next part 2
a spinning propeller is next final
Motor in hand
 
All help will be most appreciated. I dont know how to go about doing that and dont have the equipment

Thanks, Tom Ferko

I found a real easy way to do this and its done. Thanks for your input and help.

Tom




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvjiOwDBBa0&feature=player_embedded
Title: Re: MOTOR IN HAND
Post by: Low-Q on October 01, 2009, 08:11:17 PM
The motor shaft is running in my fingers.
New U tube movie. 

I need some help .

Is there a way I can copy all 5 of my motor related videos I posted on U tube?   In case they vanish I can have personal backup copy files to view for each of the 5 videos I posted.

My 5 videos on U tube are:

Bowl magnet motor
A spinning propeller is next part 1
A spinning propeller is next part 2
a spinning propeller is next final
Motor in hand
 
All help will be most appreciated. I dont know how to go about doing that and dont have the equipment

Thanks, Tom Ferko




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvjiOwDBBa0&feature=player_embedded
It's very simple.

Log in to yout youtube profile, and press the yellow "Upload" button in the upper right corner. Follow the instructions. Your videos will still remain on your computer locally.

Or you can watch this spinning magnet. 300 thousand RPMs. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1oFzXOZnE8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1oFzXOZnE8)

Vidar
Title: Re: MOTOR IN HAND
Post by: magnetman12003 on October 06, 2009, 10:00:54 PM
Thanks for the input.
As far as any spinning device is concerned it has to be shaft coupled to transfer its power as motors do.

I have made many objects spin fast but drive shaft coupling is necessary for motor applications.  I am now powering my ideas with a square wave input and have many videos on the U tube.    My very latest is this one:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CoU8tOgx50&feature=player_embedded#

Tom