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et2uscg
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Posted - December 19 2011 :  09:41:32  Show Profile  Visit et2uscg's Homepage Send et2uscg a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I used a wire wrapped around an extension cord that is plugged in to the main but nothing is attached to it. The 60hz wave travels up the wire to the base of the transistor and turns it on.
I dont have a scope so I dont know if the circuit is oscillating at 60hz or 2mhz.
I could use any feed back.
Thanks in advance.
Ed


Edited by - et2uscg on December 19 2011 12:39:38

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et2uscg
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Posted - December 19 2011 :  10:00:46  Show Profile  Visit et2uscg's Homepage Send et2uscg a Private Message  Reply with Quote
This is a circuit that Lidmotor made and I changed a little. It produces more radiant energy.
Circuit diagram is included. Thanks to Lidmotor for his showing me this circuit.


Edited by - et2uscg on December 19 2011 12:42:47
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iaec
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Posted - December 20 2011 :  04:31:37  Show Profile Send iaec a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi there et2uscg, nice videos ^^
I am working on my first wireless Tesla setup but i still havent got it to work.
I know about lidmotor, he has done alot on these exciters :)

Thats pretty good wireless energy from that 80ma, i hope i get mine working soon.

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IrishDave
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Posted - December 20 2011 :  14:35:45  Show Profile Send IrishDave a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Great setup et2uscg.

I just love the models holding the LEDs :)
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et2uscg
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Posted - December 22 2011 :  09:31:15  Show Profile  Visit et2uscg's Homepage Send et2uscg a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hey yall, this is an easy way to get started with the wireless. A video by Jonny Davro.
. hope this helps. Maybe the monsters will catch on as a fad.

I need some help figuring out a wireless receiver circuit that will run little motors for cars and catapults, spinners and such. We could start a new game genre.
Thanks for any help.
Ed

Edited by - et2uscg on December 22 2011 09:32:22
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Magneticitist
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Posted - December 27 2011 :  20:22:59  Show Profile  Visit Magneticitist's Homepage Send Magneticitist a Private Message  Reply with Quote
^^ oh man theres a lot of uses and ideas to be thought of.. im thinking all the time..

i made one portable and compact and use it whenever i want to test out floros to see if they work. not something u will use a lot, but still useful.

since u brought it up, u could remake the game "Operation" but wire it so the tweezers are wireless lol.. would not be too hard.

myself and others have had luck running small bedini circuits and such wireless, and all thats really needed is an AV plug, capacitor, and antenna. a preferable antenna may be a coil similar to your driving coil. i just use actual rabbit ears antennas and stuff.

its just a matter of tuning your motor or circuit to pull just enough from the capacitor to operate, but not so much that it drains the cap faster than the exciter can wireless charge it. playing with your pot can solve that.

[on the gravy train with biscuit wheels]
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et2uscg
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Posted - December 30 2011 :  09:39:34  Show Profile  Visit et2uscg's Homepage Send et2uscg a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I wonder if an exciter circuit could be made that would run off of earth voltage ex: Antenna coupled to the circuit then coupled to earth ground.
Proposal--- could it recondition and charge a lead acid battery?
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iaec
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Posted - December 30 2011 :  12:04:49  Show Profile Send iaec a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I do think that a exciter could run on a earth battery, why not.
You just need the right lot of area/ground and some copper and galvanise bars and you are got to go :)

There are ways to make and connect multi earth batteries in series and parallel.

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IrishDave
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Posted - December 31 2011 :  07:54:00  Show Profile Send IrishDave a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Epowerplus is working on a device that will plug into a light fitting and run everything in the room wirelessly.

You can check out his work at
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