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Re: outlaws rotory vic.
« Reply #8 on: May 23, 2010, 22:18:26 pm »
note to everyone who wishes to appoach this design.. when i started taking my readings i had my alternator put back together..   i notice that my readings were a lil wacky i thought my meeter was broke but then come to realize that you cannot measure it with it put together.. the rotor pole cause the inductance to change when you turn the rotor..

PHASE 2
B+ induction fluxuated from 6.65- 10.13 mh.. this has to do with the metal rotor poles and there relative postion during rotation by each phase
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Re: outlaws rotory vic.
« Reply #9 on: May 23, 2010, 23:02:31 pm »
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Re: outlaws rotory vic.
« Reply #10 on: May 23, 2010, 23:41:32 pm »
Nice setup  :D

I am curious about some productionnumbers, Outlaw.
Lets see what it brings.

Steve

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« Reply #11 on: May 24, 2010, 00:10:55 am »
ok so now im to the point where i need to create my driver for the primary...


i couldnt wait and had to hook it to my tube to see the output.. i had my rotor primary where i could hold it connected to a 12v battery.. nothin special..  the alternator bogs down when i hold it connected seems like it bogs down slower then a non regulated standard alternator..


i know i need to acheive a unipolar pulse wave and it will be from 60 hz ac
variable transformer 

i have a variable 120-132v powerstat that is 297va that can handle 2.25 amps..

i bought it tranformer alone not having a box with a socket and switch.. so i need to wire it my self.. 
question..   do i need to connect a resistor in parallel with the source with a light to the variables soure input?

i had the source wired as said on the transfomer and i have my output leads hooked to a bridged rectifier with.. as i turn it up and check the wires they are getting hot quick,

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« Reply #12 on: May 26, 2010, 21:32:15 pm »
sorry guys i would be at least giving reading by now but i broke my meter a couple weeks ago and need to pic up a new one :( 

i would like to share somthing i found interesting.. i have played with it by tapping the primary to a 12 volt battery source.. this is what i find the most interesting so far..  i have some thin speaker wire at the moment hooking the fuel cell to the alternators output.. when i am playing with i have to say it is warming the water.. what i find interesting is everything in the system isnt getting hot ..  after playing with it for no more then 3-5 min... so i decided to pull my tube cell apart right after to feel the tem of the tubes.. funy thing is they were only slightly warm at the top half.  where the connectors contact the tubes that half side was cool..  i dont feel that there are much amps within the system but wont be sure until i get a meter..

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« Reply #13 on: May 29, 2010, 16:21:26 pm »
i tried to more things.. the first thing is i grounded between secondary south and bifilar negative north .. the winds are all in series.. the out put seems to of increased by applying a ground at that location ...  i tried hooking up my varable transformer but it wants to draw to many amps and is not sufficent for the rotors field...  i need to invest in like a 5 - 10 amp variable.. this little 1-132v 297va        2.25 amp isnt gonna do it..

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Re: outlaws rotory vic.
« Reply #14 on: May 30, 2010, 11:45:15 am »
ok, man.

Small steps at  the time.. ;)

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« Reply #15 on: June 04, 2010, 03:51:52 am »
ok i am now a proud owner of a Powerstat 116C-40 this one is 1400volt amps..   having 5 "steps" more power available in a instance then my other one..