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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #24 on: April 29, 2010, 16:29:52 pm »
Yes I have a bunch of flyback cores, I'll be using them for most of my testing for the next while, they are free, and if they work, then that's perfect. When I get some better results I will buy some cores and design some coils based on what i've learned.

Thanks warp, I'll take a closer look at that step up transformer, first i'll wind my own, then i may consider opening up yours to look inside, and maybe rewind it.

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #25 on: April 29, 2010, 16:48:13 pm »
He don
don`t forget to remove the gap of the flyback cores !

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #26 on: April 29, 2010, 16:58:26 pm »
Yea I don't have any gap on them.

I just tried the step up transformer, without chokes, still distilled water, and it is making gas, I want to figure out what that step up transformer is doing...

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #27 on: April 29, 2010, 17:16:30 pm »
Step-up transformer and no chokes, still voltage goes above 1000v on meter?
What is the frequency  at voltage buildup ?

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #28 on: April 29, 2010, 17:32:17 pm »
Not sure what the frequency is, I can change the frequency all through the range and still get high voltage.

Check this out, this is weird. I can measure 11 volts in between the terminals on the power supply, and then when I connect the circuit to power it up, the voltage between the terminals on the power supply jumps to 400-600-800 volts and so on. The high voltage is even on the primary winding, and going back through to the power supply.

I don't know what's going on with this step up transformer, but I might have to open it up and see how it works.

Stan does say in the New Zealand video that the chokes can be varied from 0 up to 2000 volts, so no chokes still makes sense according to that.

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #29 on: April 29, 2010, 17:37:47 pm »
Ok wait a minute,

When I move the volt meter around, pick it up and move it away from the cell, or near the cell, or near the transformer, the reading changes, I think I am getting some interference.

I am going to keep the volt meter away form the cell and try my experiments again.

I have been able to get the light to light up as i touch it directly to the bolt terminals on my cell.

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #30 on: April 29, 2010, 18:13:20 pm »
the meters cannot be trusted with non sinewave ac or dc voltages. you'd need an oscilloscope or do a simple neon tube test.

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #31 on: April 29, 2010, 18:37:55 pm »
Do you think that the core material has something to do with this effect?
Try to wined the transformer on the same fback core  used for the chokes.
Try using same awg and number of turns for the primary and seconday. I think it was 24awg primary and 36awg secondary.