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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #456 on: September 19, 2013, 20:33:19 pm »
Ady, I was just thinking about the direction of flow.
When I insert my coils the lead coil first installed in the method I use is actually the negative lead.
When all is wrapped and done then I apply direction of movement to finish my external wiring/flow circuit.

If the leads face to the back of the alternator, the front of the alternatot rotates right.
The first lead away from you and wrapped to the right is first phase positive lead in the alternator housing.

Here's something funny that I made gas with the alternator also. I fed one winding/phase into the next phase and into the next phase all in series and used 1 diode I think maybe 2? and made gas. nothing overheated that I could tell.
Didn't think it would work but it did. 

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« Reply #457 on: September 19, 2013, 21:00:21 pm »
Hardly understand about leads...i am not american,so....could you make a drawing with leads positions please?Direction of Rotation of the rotor meater?thanks!

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« Reply #458 on: September 20, 2013, 01:52:02 am »
Hardly understand about leads...i am not american,so....could you make a drawing with leads positions please?Direction of Rotation of the rotor meater?thanks!

Wire leads!
Start and finish.
Whats the direction of your motor spinning your alternator rotor?

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #459 on: September 20, 2013, 11:52:23 am »
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« Reply #460 on: September 20, 2013, 15:22:58 pm »
Looking to/at the front of motor, your motor spins left.
Is that counter-clockwise or clockwise?

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« Reply #461 on: September 20, 2013, 18:40:16 pm »
looking at the motor,it spins left,ccw.

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« Reply #462 on: September 30, 2013, 08:57:55 am »
Hy komtek,have you tested the stator yet?can you tell how did you arange the phases?i cannot find this info nowere,i searched all internet,even patents...for weeks i'm stuck with the build.please help me with a drawing or something...cheers!

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #463 on: October 01, 2013, 04:41:47 am »
Ady,
Don't know what else to say.
We have covered everything.
All the information is posted.
There is something you are not confident of.
All I can think of you have not laid out your foundation.

How many poles on your rotor?
How many slots on your stator?
Direction of spin?
Removal of regulator circuitry, was this done correct?
It is so simple, but unless you do it a person may not realize this.

I wound a couple stators and did not have the coils all the way around and it works like some of Kevin Wests early stuff.
Connected coils in funky ways that should not work and always had output.
A person could mess up and have output on these small alternators.

Alternators come with many different coil windings to try to make voltage at lower spin frequencys.
Forget about any of these type windings and stick to the basic coil.
Even if your alternator or motor spins reverse, it should still work.
The voltage will come out.
Maybe you should play with your diode bridge and get that connected right.
To make it real easy forget about a bridge and just install 1 diode per phase and get the positive voltage signal, then mark your + -.

Your alternator may want more magnetic field, crank up the voltage on the rotor. It should be #18 wire or so. You can apply several amperes current to it.