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Thread: Parts list for the schoolgirl circuit

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    Hi there, I live in New Zealand and am having problems getting the same gauge wire. The awg20 (.8127mm or .518mm squared) and awg23 (.573mm or .258mm squared) is hard to come by here and I'm hoping not to have to import as the project starts getting in the -to hard basket- category. Does it have to be those sizes or can i go for awg19 and awg22 for trigger?? can i go either way?

    Thanks for any reply.

    As an aside I am a very new noob to electronics but am busting at the seems to try it out for myself so please forgive any naivete on my part.

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    Does it make a difference what the wheel is made of and the diameter?
    Thanks...

    Randy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falconer View Post
    Hi there, I live in New Zealand and am having problems getting the same gauge wire. The awg20 (.8127mm or .518mm squared) and awg23 (.573mm or .258mm squared) is hard to come by here and I'm hoping not to have to import as the project starts getting in the -to hard basket- category. Does it have to be those sizes or can i go for awg19 and awg22 for trigger?? can i go either way?

    Thanks for any reply.

    As an aside I am a very new noob to electronics but am busting at the seems to try it out for myself so please forgive any naivete on my part.
    Hi Falconer,

    Those wire sizes will work, however we found that for a bike wheel sized energizer that AWG#20 & AWG#23 work best.

    John K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsargent52 View Post
    Does it make a difference what the wheel is made of and the diameter?
    Thanks...

    Randy
    Hi Randy,

    Get the biggest bike wheel you can find with good bearings.

    John K.

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    Has anyone with a successful implementation tested the mH on the windings for the coil? I would like to try this with simple inductors. Thanks! -teo

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    Thank Tom. I have a couple LCR meters here. This is what I was looking for....

    Bedini SG The Easy Way - Posted by Bedini!

    I'll give this a try in the next couple weeks with standard off-the-shelf inductors and see how the circuit compares with the one I am currently using. -t

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    The 8 channel TeslaGenX kit supplied only one type of diode. Is there a reason you list 2 types here??

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    we could have used the 4001 and 4007 but the 4007 is more robust, so we decided to just use the 4007. I just updated that post.

    Tom C
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    Hi Tom

    TeslagenX offers an 8 transistor board Kit, and 4 transistor board kit, but the full SG kit uses 7 coils plus trigger coil, so should we get the 8 transistor kit and just leave one transistor off?

    I am thinking of building my own SG for eduction purposes, but want to purchase the coil and Board kit, as I see the value of not having to wind the coil and try to match all the transistors.

    Bill

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