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Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
« Reply #24 on: July 10, 2009, 03:15:24 am »
I cant say right now . I am not finished yet .

I am working on something else now .

I will be finished in about 2-3 weeks .


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Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
« Reply #25 on: July 11, 2009, 04:53:03 am »
check out this patent i found

AC powered electrical control device with logic level control

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Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
« Reply #26 on: July 17, 2009, 18:01:34 pm »
Ok I  97% done .

I am reallyt really bored by this frustrating shit , but I managed to get a nice logic going and a real nice sinewave going . everything is alwayts perfectly locked to 3 phase exactly like an alternator would .

Basicly control this by impulses first and then transfer squarewaves to nice sinewave that goes from + to - , then I amplify and re-amplify with a lm675 big $$ amplifier (x 3) and thats it , there is no difference between this and an alternator . You can choose to buy 3 more amplifiers an hook them up to effectively get a second lockeced in alternator signal . Obviously this is much more power efficient than a mechanical drive device that turns the alternator , and the power usage stays the same  w/e the frequency unlike an alternator .

Im too bored now , I said I would emulate an alternator and I did , it can go up to 10khz and a bit more , 3 indential phases with up to 5 amps each , 10 amps if I chose the best of the best amplifier from national but that will be something for you to worry about . you can operate this amp with either 2 batteries , 4 or 6 , is is operated in dual supply mode ofc .

Si basicly I am done , I am not gonna add some dc offset or w/e since I dont know what his offset really is , I cant see how he can lower and up both I dunno , for that to be done it must be with sepoerate signals - and + by diode . Since I am not sure about this I will simply not do it .

I am adding this to the pcb , final verifications

What do do afer that doesnt matter to me

I have not yet decided on a price yet , I have yet to see all my material cost . Itll be in the ranges of 300$ to 400$ assembled .

I am not offering this as a make it yourself @ home after due to the difficulty of assembly . ( Perhaps for very proven experimenters I will cut the some slack... Electrojolt and who else ?? Nobody else I think...)

so we have 3 rather awesome things here .

My patented "harmonics oscillator"

My trademarked "Ez Boycie" :P

And my licensed "digital alternator"
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Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
« Reply #27 on: July 17, 2009, 19:55:19 pm »
awesome gr8 job
huge learning experience for sure

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Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
« Reply #28 on: July 17, 2009, 20:12:33 pm »
awesome gr8 job
huge learning experience for sure

thx you alan .

yes there was alot of ups and downs and boring reading . Also some learning .

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Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
« Reply #29 on: July 17, 2009, 20:17:33 pm »
The digital controlled 3 phase sine generator is for stephen meyer's setup, right?



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Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
« Reply #30 on: July 17, 2009, 20:27:23 pm »
The digital controlled 3 phase sine generator is for stephen meyer's setup, right?

correct .

It was my intention to make some sort of synthetized ac signal and lock it to 120 degrees .

But the board is an all-in-1

You cant buy seperatly , you buy all and pay for all .

I spent countless hours on each section , I went the extra mile on everything to assure to get the best quality possible .

I am now working on the pcb and remodelling it to assure the lowest noise possible for critical areas such as the ramp wave area .

I am now taking orders , I will officially start selling once I get the pcb and all is good and no mistakes , thats in about 3 weeks .

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Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
« Reply #31 on: July 18, 2009, 02:17:17 am »
Wow Dankie, you have come a long way.
 
And if I can can say so, I'm very proud for you and to be a member here at the IonizationX board.
Seems you have taken a liking to the electronics to establish some very diverse signal circuits.
 
I only see good things to come from this!
 
Keep it up.
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