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Author Topic: Can someone identify this thing?  (Read 18045 times)


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Re: Can someone identify this thing?
« Reply #30 on: October 26, 2009, 07:00:01 PM »
This one was different. I put in 12vdc and the spikes or higher waveform was I think 20vdc.
But I was not concerned with that. The idea was to get the self-oscillation. That I did then I blew up my controller and 555 box. In the 555 box have since replaced a 556 and found I need to replace a duty cycle potentiometer. In the controller I have a port toggle program in place to test the E and B ports to find why the output drive side of the Uproc is dead. I have been waylaid. But in answer to your question. The concern is not the vin or vout. It is the heterodyned resonance. Remember, 3 speakers with 3 frequencies shows up as spinning on the scope and in air. Ask Innovation_station. He got it too. We can do this magnetically. That is what a tornado is. The matter follows the field. Also, that is what a Tidal wave is. Kinetic force accumulation. We see it ever day. My focus is unchanging because the laws of physics are unchanging. So above is so below.
I can reproduce the self oscillation now and I what to expand on that. But I got to fix things. There are a number of broken things at the moment. Sometimes we just have to stop, backtrack, take a break and do was is needed aside from the creative things.



I didn't get a chance to make that video yet but I did mess around a little last night before bed.  After grounding my TPU I could get about 22v either AC or DC with an input of 10v at 5KHz.  I'm still pretty sure that I'm not hooking it up right but at least I'm getting something.  What were your voltage results on the TPU in the last video you posted?  Was it self running for a while?


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Re: Can someone identify this thing?
« Reply #31 on: October 26, 2009, 10:27:45 PM »
Thank you for the response GK!  I understand it for the most part as for the vOut I just wanted to know if I'm at lease in the ballpark with that aspect which I am but it is instant and my TPU is grounded as well which is wrong.  I have lots to learn but thank you for your help.

P.S. I guess I'm happy I don't understand the TPU or I may have destroyed my new function generator  ;D