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Thread: H- Wave?

  1. #21
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    Forelle,
    These are not that far off C8's
    Are you saying they have this rating before double stacking?
    If you are you may be overdoing it!
    I suggest you wait till a John B, John, K or Tom C replies. Some of your values are C7's and others C9's. I'm not sure what the critical values are and J.B. may be the only one able to nail down what the critical factors are. That is, remnant flux density or your coercive force values.
    It's beyond my understanding!
    James

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    I dont spend a lot of time measuring such critical factors, C8 is all I am looking for, the size of the magnet itself at C8 determines its magnetic value. I have never delved that deep into them as I can easily get the ones specc'ed for the SG. that is why we give the size, the type and its rating. a C5 ceramic will also work, but you have to run the wheel closer. The biggest problems with an SG and its magnets is they can be TOO strong or TOO weak. Add in factors like coil geometry and core material and you get lots of variables.

    Some folks do not have access to the exact magnets. So if your machine is built to spec, but you have magnets that are too strong, your coil will stay on to long and heat up, or you will be using a very hi amount of current to run your machine. A single bifilar SG will pull 70 to 125 milliamps when charging a small 3 to 7AH battery in 8 to 16 hrs.

    Do those numbers you can see how that makes sense, you will have a little bit left over.

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    Ceramic C8 3.50 Ceramic C5 3.40 the max energy is so close as to be negligable.

    Tom C


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  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by Tom C View Post
    I dont spend a lot of time measuring such critical factors, C8 is all I am looking for, the size of the magnet itself at C8 determines its magnetic value. I have never delved that deep into them as I can easily get the ones specc'ed for the SG. that is why we give the size, the type and its rating. a C5 ceramic will also work, but you have to run the wheel closer. The biggest problems with an SG and its magnets is they can be TOO strong or TOO weak. Add in factors like coil geometry and core material and you get lots of variables.

    Some folks do not have access to the exact magnets. So if your machine is built to spec, but you have magnets that are too strong, your coil will stay on to long and heat up, or you will be using a very hi amount of current to run your machine. A single bifilar SG will pull 70 to 125 milliamps when charging a small 3 to 7AH battery in 8 to 16 hrs.

    Do those numbers you can see how that makes sense, you will have a little bit left over.

    Tom C
    Hi Tom C
    I think so far i dont have a problem with overheating and i have these numbers with a single bifilar coil.I was only wondering why my magnets suck a paperclip in about 50mm.
    Thanks

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by James Milner View Post
    Forelle,
    These are not that far off C8's
    Are you saying they have this rating before double stacking?
    If you are you may be overdoing it!
    I suggest you wait till a John B, John, K or Tom C replies. Some of your values are C7's and others C9's. I'm not sure what the critical values are and J.B. may be the only one able to nail down what the critical factors are. That is, remnant flux density or your coercive force values.
    It's beyond my understanding!
    James
    Hi James
    i think these values for the magnetmaterial(m3) because i have 110millitesla with one magnet and 136mT with two.
    Thanks for thinking about.

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by forelle View Post
    Hi everybody,
    there are so many different scopeshots around and i want to ask whats the difference between this narrow spikes from me and the wide.(Thread from yesterday:Is your SSG running correctly? Are you sure!)What is the real H-Wave?
    My profession is plumber and im not very familiar with elektronics.
    I know normally only one question pro thread,but i try a second one.There is a way to measure the gap between coil and magnet with a screwdriver but my english is not so good and i dont understand how this was meant.Maybe somebody can explain it onesmore.
    I've atached some pictures.
    Thanks
    Hi forelle

    can you please give some specs on your coil !

    wire size?
    wire length?
    base resistance?
    trigger resistance?
    coil size?
    coil core size?

    I like the way you litz your wires !

    Thanks

    Theunis

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by forelle View Post
    I only get confused because of the measurements with the ironrod or screwdriver.
    The best would be when i beginn with 10mm apart and work down.Actually i have it 9.5mm apart it draws 0.5amp from primary with 1170rpm and it charges with 0.3amp and 482v.
    Thanks
    forelle

    At what voltage is your primary input?

    If I where you, I will stick with these setting, you are using only 0.0625 amps/transistor, (again to much radiant and you could loose the batteries, you maybe need more amps but who knows how much ? ? ?)

    Stick a battery on the back-end (secondary) and look at your charging curve. I for one want to know what you are getting, please !

    450 volt spike is what JB was getting on the 10 coiler at 10 amps iaw 0.25 amps per transistor.

    Theunis
    Last edited by Prinsloo; 11-28-2012 at 09:41 AM.

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Prinsloo View Post
    forelle

    At what voltage is your primary input?

    If I where you, I will stick with these setting, you are using only 0.0625 amps/transistor, (again to much radiant and you could loose the batteries, you maybe need more amps but who knows how much ? ? ?)

    Stick a battery on the back-end (secondary) and look at your charging curve. I for one want to know what you are getting, please !

    450 volt spike is what JB was getting on the 10 coiler at 10 amps iaw 0.25 amps per transistor.

    Theunis
    Hi,
    i did just beginn with charging and i've made a mistake with my analogmeter.Primary is 13.7 volt(because my powersupply has only this voltage) and it draws 1 Amp with 9.5mm spacing the magnets and charges with 0.6Amp.Everything is cold.The problem is that i've only a 90AH deepcycle Battery.The battery is new its the first time charging.
    I begann Fryday at 3 pm with 11v and today i've at 8pm 15.1v
    The wirelenght is 53 meter,1mm,8 wires,lenght is 89mm and diameter is 95mm.
    Do you know how to measure the Impedance of an entire system?Maybe i should open a new thread.And do you know how exactly the transistors should match?Base-Coll 0.5555v and the next is 0.5538v,is that to far?And what is better,more volt or less?(0.55 or 0.65)
    Thanks

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by Prinsloo View Post
    Hi forelle

    can you please give some specs on your coil !

    wire size?
    wire length?
    base resistance?
    trigger resistance?
    coil size?
    coil core size?

    I like the way you litz your wires !

    Thanks

    Theunis
    Hi,i forgot baseresistors are 220 Ohm pot 86 Ohm,coilresistance 2.25 Ohm and 5watt 12v lamp.core 18mm.

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by forelle View Post
    Hi,
    i did just beginn with charging and i've made a mistake with my analogmeter.Primary is 13.7 volt(because my powersupply has only this voltage) and it draws 1 Amp with 9.5mm spacing the magnets and charges with 0.6Amp.Everything is cold.The problem is that i've only a 90AH deepcycle Battery.The battery is new its the first time charging.
    I begann Fryday at 3 pm with 11v and today i've at 8pm 15.1v
    The wirelenght is 53 meter,1mm,8 wires,lenght is 89mm and diameter is 95mm.
    Do you know how to measure the Impedance of an entire system?Maybe i should open a new thread.And do you know how exactly the transistors should match?Base-Coll 0.5555v and the next is 0.5538v,is that to far?And what is better,more volt or less?(0.55 or 0.65)
    Thanks
    Hi forelle, thanks for the information.

    You need to look up the charging specs for that battery and not exceed them,


    I have no idea "base voltages" and how to balance system resistance/impedance's on primary and secondary side of the system, (this questions been haunting me for some time,) Maybe TomC or some one else can help here,


    Thanks

    Theunis
    Last edited by Prinsloo; 11-29-2012 at 08:09 AM.

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