### Author Topic: Frequency generator with 3 squarewaves / 3 primairy coils / 1 secondairy coil  (Read 15244 times)

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« Reply #8 on: March 19, 2009, 01:12:17 am »
bidirectional means that you can wind it from right to left then left to right and back and forth or even vice versa.....the windings don't have to be in the same continuous direction like the bifilar and secondary do.....that is one of the purposes for the seperate sections......and anyways the primary is only one wire.....so how the hell could you do what you drew.....the primary isn't 2 wires it's one.

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« Reply #9 on: March 19, 2009, 01:21:51 am »
bidirectional means that you can wind it from right to left then left to right and back and forth or even vice versa.....the windings don't have to be in the same continuous direction like the bifilar and secondary do.....that is one of the purposes for the seperate sections......and anyways the primary is only one wire.....so how the hell could you do what you drew.....the primary isn't 2 wires it's one.

haha dont speak to soon .

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« Reply #10 on: March 19, 2009, 01:58:49 am »
then prove me wrong.

look up the term bidirectional winding.

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« Reply #11 on: March 19, 2009, 02:48:52 am »
its hard to prove it with such little winding details.

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« Reply #12 on: March 19, 2009, 03:36:10 am »
Good idea stc , who knows ...

Ponder on bro , we need you insight .

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« Reply #13 on: March 19, 2009, 03:42:42 am »
that is a very good point....but don't rely on the pictures. The text is the focus.....no where in the text does it say there are two wires for hte primary.......by the word "DUAL" it can imply the chokes and primary wound upon the same bobbin.....where dual resonant coils can mean both (plural) COILS are wound upon the same bobbin....it woud have read dual primaries......but it does not.

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« Reply #14 on: March 19, 2009, 04:32:21 am »
the detail in the 2 circles is enough to know that hes not relating the chokes and primary as dual..
for the chokes it says dual resonant charging coils (56/62)
for primary it says dual primary coil (26)

notice the s on the end of coils for the charging choke and the relation he gives the postive and neg stainless shokes, reference numbers. (56/62)

he says dual primary coil (singular subject) as in its not coils as a pos and a neg but a dual primary.

dankie think on this with me.. focus on the drawing i made earlier of my insight.  focus on how i labeled the wire raps as polarities red/black..it shows how they cross and switch to the second level in the middle.. now think of what it would do if you pulsed it with the same pulse but it was pushing negative from both sides as well as positve. so it would have primarys current and freq hitting from both sides  opposing right? in some type of impeadance manner? now focus on how the winds allow one half to have the negative side of induction to be dominant to inner core and one have to be dominate with positive.  vise versa on outter wind closet to secondary..  what would current of 12v  3.3amp 15khz do in that situation.. are thes the right question for this situation.

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