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Thread: The SG Radiant Oscillator

  1. #391
    You should see a difference using both setups you describe. The addition of a 2nd, 3rd... trigger winding is more basic than you describe. The accounting of effects you notice are perhaps a lucky tweak for your setup...
    Why do you have 3 different winding sections on the coil?


    Quote Originally Posted by Faraday88 View Post
    Hey Min2oly,

    In the video JB did, he had the coil in the forced trigger mode which means the top two start ends of both the grees wire goes to the positive which is clearly seen to be the case,however i did the experiment in the free running mode oscillator (as in the FEG book) with bias resistors between C-B,B-E, and the base resitor ofcourse. now in this case, I did see a difference as you rightly pointed out , and that is when the top two ends are conneted together and this going to the base with the end of one of the wire let free does a faster and better charging also it charges from a battery whose voltage is as low as 2V !!.. another aspect is that protection Neon bulb glows with Pink orange glow a case different from normally seen colour of red-orange.
    The third wire does indeed have a role to the Radiant conditioning of the coils and the assoicated components. how do you account for the difference between forced and free running modes??
    Rgds,
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  2. #392
    Also, if you work with branched outputs, the difference should become more noticable... no big mystery golden egg here, just another method to tweak and further enhance the performance.

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