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    Quote Originally Posted by brodonh View Post
    Hi All,
    Working on upgrading my Arduino programming skills.
    Can control all the relays (up to 32) in the rotation system with 7 in/out digital pins.
    It's called demultiplexing.
    I'm still a novice but expert help is available on the forums.
    Keep'n on with the scaled up rotation system project.

    @Faraday88 - are your building days in the past?

    bro d
    Hi Bro d ,
    That was good humor!! but yes you have got all of that what you said present with me...try to gather the literal sense of what that means??
    Rgds,
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    Hi all,
    Not much posting here.
    I've applied the upgrades that RS recommended is his vid and my split pos rig runs about the same. Not OU.
    I've got the boards cut for the 60A relay version of the battery rotation system.
    Been going slow. I'm goin to set up a ssg type machine that can draw 25A at 24V, as a test machng for the 60A rig.
    First test will be at 12V and no rotation system, but with the split positive method. Got to have suitable diodes speedwise.
    Will report in time.
    Bro d

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    60A relays for split pos rig

    Quote Originally Posted by brodonh View Post
    Hi all,

    I've got the boards cut for the 60A relay version of the battery rotation system.
    Been going slow. I'm goin to set up a ssg type machine that can draw 25A at 24V, as a test machng for the 60A rig.
    First test will be at 12V and no rotation system, but with the split positive method. Got to have suitable diodes speedwise.
    Will report in time.
    Bro d
    Hi All,
    I have the 60Amp relay version of the split pos rig, running on my bench.
    As usual the Battery rotation is flawless.
    I'm running the rig through a motor that is along the lines of Rick F "dual pole".
    4 runcoils and 4 gen coils.

    Presently the performance is not encouraging other than that it runs well but far from OU.
    Running with 12v banks of GC batts.

    Thinking about new rotors with C8 mags instead of neo's.

    I'm saving the 5 amp rig so that I can fire it up if desired.

    Much more efficient method of programming the arduino to control relays. Less than have the number of pins required.

    Keepin' On!

    bro d

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    Quote Originally Posted by brodonh View Post
    Hi All,
    I have the 60Amp relay version of the split pos rig, running on my bench.
    As usual the Battery rotation is flawless.
    I'm running the rig through a motor that is along the lines of Rick F "dual pole".
    4 runcoils and 4 gen coils.

    Presently the performance is not encouraging other than that it runs well but far from OU.
    Running with 12v banks of GC batts.

    Thinking about new rotors with C8 mags instead of neo's.

    I'm saving the 5 amp rig so that I can fire it up if desired.

    Much more efficient method of programming the arduino to control relays. Less than have the number of pins required.

    Keepin' On!

    bro d
    Bro D,

    Very cool! Glad to see a replication in progress. Have any pics?
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    Hi All
    The cheap transistors from china.are they crap?any one had experience with them?
    cheers jason

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    I posted a video of the Kromrey in the blog:

    http://emediapress.com/2017/12/20/kr...n-shorted-out/
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    Thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Murakami View Post
    I posted a video of the Kromrey in the blog:

    http://emediapress.com/2017/12/20/kr...n-shorted-out/
    Superb!! Aaron,...your presentation was as good as Peter's..
    Just to note that the Kromery design was improvised by JB (I personally call the kromery convertor as the first order of G-field coil) and then became the 'G-field'..in the DVD JB does'nt emphasis much on naming it so..(i remember JB stating that the Coil's field is infact a Gravity wave convertor at 90 Degrees) in the same video he states a COP of 1.2 for that perticular machine but goes on saying that it can be scaled up to 3.60 by 'altering' the coil geometry...i seriously feel there is indeed no limitation to the level to which this scaling up can be acheived.. wonder what is the next step..??
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.
    Last edited by Faraday88; 12-21-2017 at 08:01 AM. Reason: correction.
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    AAron after watching that video I'm left with a question. the way the coils are wound with the inner face having more mass and the outer having less...like a cone coil. Is that what John meant about coil geometry along with a low inductance trifilar wind?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradley Malone View Post
    AAron after watching that video I'm left with a question. the way the coils are wound with the inner face having more mass and the outer having less...like a cone coil. Is that what John meant about coil geometry along with a low inductance trifilar wind?
    John did that because if they were the same on both ends, the diameter of the bobbin at the end would hit the iron laminates. He could have left them cylindrical and extended the core out I suppose but he didn't. Each of the 4 coils on the Kromrey have a single winding so I don't believe what he was referring to applies to this.
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