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Re: How to wind a VIC coil
« Reply #16 on: May 05, 2009, 02:32:32 am »
10-4 is made to go on an e core , you could experiment thats 4 sure ...

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Re: How to wind a VIC coil
« Reply #17 on: May 05, 2009, 02:42:49 am »
Maybe the upper coil has the crux-wfc connection with a diode ? Lets say the upper coil is isolated from the chokes and somehow theres a combination of this "efficient voltage" and non-voltage aka ""squeezing""

We are not specified anything about those secondaries "copper chokes" ...

Remember that Stan was a tester ... he tried every single coil shitz ...

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Re: How to wind a VIC coil
« Reply #18 on: May 09, 2009, 18:36:22 pm »
Ok , so the chokes were indeed wound opposing .

Randiant_1 has confirmed this .

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Re: How to wind a VIC coil
« Reply #19 on: May 09, 2009, 21:56:27 pm »
the winding direction isn't the same?
if so, in 8-3, all fields are induced with the same polarity, and the second choke current isn't towards the wfc, so opposing voltages on the wfc.
demartin observed that the pulses on both sides were of the same polarity in the exact 8-3 setup.

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Re: How to wind a VIC coil
« Reply #20 on: May 09, 2009, 22:13:05 pm »
the winding direction isn't the same?
if so, in 8-3, all fields are induced with the same polarity, and the second choke current isn't towards the wfc, so opposing voltages on the wfc.
demartin observed that the pulses on both sides were of the same polarity in the exact 8-3 setup.

What are you alking about ?

Brg this image here and explain better .

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Re: How to wind a VIC coil
« Reply #21 on: May 09, 2009, 22:15:36 pm »

wait i'll post a pic

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Re: How to wind a VIC coil
« Reply #22 on: May 09, 2009, 22:21:19 pm »
I am not the best at explaining things, so i understand ppl think I talk nonsense, but I do my best.

kinesis posted 2 pics which showed that both chokes create a current towards the wfc, while the voltages on both sides are both + or -, demartin confirmed this (he also edited the pics), he also said this is the only setup that gave him something of a resonant behaviour.

the pic in this post has the second choke counterwound like you said (did you say that at all, or did you mean something else?), now it has +/- voltage polarities over the cell instead of +/+.

This is exactly the same at the classical bifilar (see below): just imagine the 2nd choke wound along with the 1st (both toward N).
no exactly the same, there is no distributed capacitance between the 2, but there will be when wound as 6-1

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