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  1. Thread: Why?

    by Michael Luton
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    Those are all very good and healthy questions....

    Those are all very good and healthy questions. No, you are not going through a mid-life “crisis” that is detrimental. It's more as you grow older your life experience has caused you to go from a...
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    Hi Jules, You are getting it. While these...

    Hi Jules,
    You are getting it. While these circuits seem very simple component wise, they are very complex electronically. There are a lot of different effects and each effects everything else in the...
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    What I am saying is the voltage is being...

    What I am saying is the voltage is being generated by the collapsing field of the coil and it will not necessarily be an even split on each leg. It will discharge the most through the leg with the...
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    Hi Jules, Next question is if your...

    Hi Jules,

    Next question is if your oscilloscope is 1 Meg ohm what current is needed to see what voltage?

    Your pulses are not going away they are being absorbed by the battery. It does not...
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    Hi Jules, Let me ask a question. Since E=IxR...

    Hi Jules,

    Let me ask a question. Since E=IxR and say your battery is .5 ohm what current is needed to see what voltage?
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    Hi Jules, your results make sense in your...

    Hi Jules,
    your results make sense in your circuit as shown. The oscilloscope is a very high impedance load (basically an open) and the batteries are an extremely low impedance load (basically a...
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    Hi Jules, My thoughts, and I could be wrong with...

    Hi Jules,
    My thoughts, and I could be wrong with your set up, are its more about controlling the timing than controlling the current directly. The saturation point is controlled by the amount of...
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    Hi Jules, Thanks for adding the arrangement...

    Hi Jules,
    Thanks for adding the arrangement number to your chart, it helps me see what your doing better. I agree with Gary on your set up. Now if it were me I would pick arrangement 2 or 4 and work...
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    Hi Jules, First a car battery does not charge...

    Hi Jules,

    First a car battery does not charge and discharge at the same time. The battery acts as the source to start the car then when the car starts the alternator takes over providing a voltage...
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    Cmor we are used to thinking in absolutes and...

    Cmor we are used to thinking in absolutes and rules, but I would like to run some ideas to you that are a bit more abstract. If I confuse the issue for you, just ignore me. Gary feel free to correct...
  11. I'll check out the nansolate. Over the cement...

    I'll check out the nansolate. Over the cement block a reflective coating might actually be more meaningful than insulation. Here at 15 cents a kw/h I have a little more incentive than you...
  12. Thanks for trying Aaron. My problem is my house...

    Thanks for trying Aaron. My problem is my house is a 1915 cement block house with a super hard concrete stucco that is almost impossible to penetrate even with a masonry drill bit or I could add...
  13. If it is any consolation this heating thing is an...

    If it is any consolation this heating thing is an issue I'm fighting too. I live in a home that has no insulation and cant be insulated reasonably due to the construction and the solar option is not...
  14. I was just trying to keep things simple by...

    I was just trying to keep things simple by converting everything to watts so we were only dealing with one unit of measure. I didn't mean to confuse you, but everything does come back to the amount...
  15. (This is pretty much the same as what Aaron said...

    (This is pretty much the same as what Aaron said with different wording. I'm not trying to step on Aaron's toes, but I had this already typed up last night and my internet went down before I could...
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    You're attitude is right, I'm wrong not giving...

    You're attitude is right, I'm wrong not giving feedback and using what you put out.

    I think I got what you are saying about the timing and the poles now. I am used to thinking of the lenz effect...
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    Bob I am one of those guilty of lurking on this...

    Bob I am one of those guilty of lurking on this and other threads for some time now. Have been very busy and time limited and will be at least to the end of September. I don't have a 3-d printer and...
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    My understanding of what John Bedini and Tom have...

    My understanding of what John Bedini and Tom have said it's not the tech so much as the uncontrolled tech, either charging too high or with too high of a voltage spike, that can damage a battery or...
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    Hi Gary, After referring to your drawing in post...

    Hi Gary,
    After referring to your drawing in post #5 my first wild guess is that you are picking up ringing off the batteries. Less likely would be an interaction between coils either electrically or...
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    You can also use it to secure variable resistors...

    You can also use it to secure variable resistors and variable capacitors with a drop on the adjustment head although for that I prefer colored. Keeps your adjustment from changing do to vibration or...
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    A little trick we used to do to increase the...

    A little trick we used to do to increase the accuracy of a carbon resistor was to make small perpendicular cuts with a hacksaw to make small increases in resistance. I would then seal the cuts to...
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    Aaron, I can not speak for anyone else, only...

    Aaron,
    I can not speak for anyone else, only for myself, but I find Johns lab notes interesting and extremely thought provoking. It will take me a week at least to chew through that last diagram....
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    What about auto body filler? There used to be a...

    What about auto body filler? There used to be a guy on the web that used it for the purposes you are describing, supposedly quite successfully. Good thing is it is easy to come by.
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    Better digital meters use a FET input for the...

    Better digital meters use a FET input for the purpose of almost eliminating circuit loading. I do not know your particular meter enough to say if that is the case here. But if it does, could that...
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    Now with my last post out of the way go read...

    Now with my last post out of the way go read again post #4 from BobZiila.
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