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ron_o
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Posted - December 13 2011 :  15:07:54  Show Profile Send ron_o a Private Message  Reply with Quote
The following values of resistance relate to the gauges used by John Bedini in his motors ( SG , Window and Ferris Wheel )

15 AWG 3.1810 ohms / 1000 ft
18 AWG 6.3860 ohms / 1000 ft

20 AWG 10.1280 ohms / 1000 ft
23 AWG 20.3000 ohms / 1000 ft

23 AWG 20.3000 ohms / 1000 ft
26 AWG 41.0200 ohms / 1000 ft

You will notice that the thinner gauge wire ( trigger winding ) is always approx 1/2 resistance of the thicker ( run winding )

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Posted - December 13 2011 :  17:49:05  Show Profile Send iaec a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi ron, thanks for that info ^^
This is good info for the ones wanting to make a precise replica of JB works :)

Heres a list of AWG and SWG wires wich i found very helpfull :)


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