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    Hi Mike, :) I just read quickly through it...

    Hi Mike, :)

    I just read quickly through it when you first posted it. Haven't taken the time to really analyze and comment on it yet.

    Sounds like a good idea. Do you actually have this up and...
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    Hi all, :) I spent most of this afternoon...

    Hi all, :)

    I spent most of this afternoon running my SSG with the "split-the-negative" four 105AH battery rotation set up some more. It was pulling 84 LEDs from the two genny coils as well, and...
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    Hi Yaro, :) This sounds very interesting....

    Hi Yaro, :)



    This sounds very interesting. I'm anxious to see the results.

    By the way, I found some curved magnets you might be able to use on the magnet4less web site. Here's the link....
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    I now have this plasma ignition unit installed on...

    I now have this plasma ignition unit installed on my 3550 watt gen set. I don't need the 555 timer for this as I am triggering with a hall switch next to the original flywheel magnet. Here's some...
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    Hi RB176, :) On my set up the diode (+) is...

    Hi RB176, :)



    On my set up the diode (+) is toward the plug and the diode (-) is toward the coil primary that is marked (+) from the MSD box. It all depends on which polarity your coil is.
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    Hi RB176, :) I'm using NGK shunt gap plugs...

    Hi RB176, :)



    I'm using NGK shunt gap plugs with the plasma ignition in my VW powered Bradley GT. So far, so good. They perform really well in the modified engine. The ignition module is an MSD...
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    Hi RB176, :) NO !! That is not correct!!...

    Hi RB176, :)



    NO !! That is not correct!! :surprise:

    You need a capacitor discharge circuit attached to the coil to make this work. The MSD is a multiple spark (capacitor) discharge circuit...
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    Hi John and Aaron, :) Thanks for the feedback....

    Hi John and Aaron, :)

    Thanks for the feedback. What you are saying sounds about right. In the normal single battery supply my 7 strand SSG will charge a 13AH lawn battery to well over 16 volts. It...
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    Hi, :) Shortly after my last post in this...

    Hi, :)

    Shortly after my last post in this thread, I rewired the five strand coil to run on three strands and collect the radiant on two strands. This didn't really make much difference in the way...
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    Hi Yaro, :) Happy Thanksgiving !! :D I've...

    Hi Yaro, :)

    Happy Thanksgiving !! :D

    I've been enjoying your research with the ZFM. Very interesting results. Especially the observation that the rotor is being driven by the coil ends rather...
  11. Hi, :) No pointing, but I can tell you...

    Hi, :)



    No pointing, but I can tell you exactly why!!. .................. Neos are too strongly attracted to the cores and require too much energy to break free. (Strong cogging action.)...
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    Hi Emmibe, :) I usually check across the...

    Hi Emmibe, :)



    I usually check across the transistors (one at a time) with the ground connection attached to the run battery negative lead and the probe connected to the collector where it...
  13. Hi Tree, :) Walt Jenkins has found and...

    Hi Tree, :)

    Walt Jenkins has found and patented a better way than electrolysis. Check out the thread on his presentation here. I personally saw this demonstrated and it actually works! Included is...
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    Hi Cmor, :) The "conventional" or...

    Hi Cmor, :)



    The "conventional" or Heavyside flow is from positive to negative. The "electron" current flow is from negative to positive.

    I'm not sure the diode and capacitor are even really...
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    Hi Cmor, :) Check again. It's 200 ma, not...

    Hi Cmor, :)



    Check again. It's 200 ma, not 200ua. And it also says the following.



    The battery, at only 12.0 to 13.0 volts, is less than the 15 volt max supply voltage for the device....
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    Hi Cmor, :) NO! The 555 is powered by the...

    Hi Cmor, :)



    NO! The 555 is powered by the primary battery.
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    Hi Jules, :) Usually when a switching FET...

    Hi Jules, :)



    Usually when a switching FET gets hot it's because it isn't conducting in saturated mode. This could indicate a problem in the trigger circuit for that particular FET and maybe...
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    Hi Cmor, :) All the power windings connect...

    Hi Cmor, :)



    All the power windings connect to the primary battery positive. There is only one diode between the 555 chip and the primary battery positive.
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    Hi Rokan, :) Refer back to the schematic I...

    Hi Rokan, :)



    Refer back to the schematic I placed in post # 980. It shows a crankshaft position sensor input to the computer. This tells it when to fire at each 180 degree interval, and the...
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    Hi Jules, :) I don't think that will work....

    Hi Jules, :)



    I don't think that will work. You've gone back to short circuiting the coil top to bottom thru one of the diodes in the bridge. Just use one winding for a power winding and keep...
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    Hi Jules, :) That circuit looks good. I...

    Hi Jules, :)



    That circuit looks good. I think it should work.

    I only recently tried collecting the pulses from isolated windings and "back popping" a drive battery. I used a five filar...
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    Hi Jules, :) Yes, you are correct. The...

    Hi Jules, :)



    Yes, you are correct. The pulses you are collecting from the two isolated coils result from the collapsing field in the remaining single coil and not from the fleeing magnets....
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    Hi Jules, :) Yes. That's exactly how I...

    Hi Jules, :)



    Yes. That's exactly how I did it.



    I think the 1N5408 diodes are rated at 1000 volts? They should work just fine.
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    Hi Jules, :) The circuit you came up with...

    Hi Jules, :)



    The circuit you came up with should work quite well! It is a common ground "generator mode" circuit. And if you want to change it to "radiant mode" just connect the negative end...
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    Hi Jules, :( Michael is exactly right in...

    Hi Jules, :(



    Michael is exactly right in his explanation of the car battery and alternator.

    The reason arrangement 1 and arrangement 3 don't work is because the diodes are connected...
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