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No arduino knowledge in the group?

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13 years ago, i made a shitty attempt  on the boyce toroid.
I am going full in now. Watkykjy and Bob hat something going.
I tried last year some of those so called spike circuits for charging a battery, but never achieved OU.....
However this femto second bemf pulses are key of life...
Life is hydrogen

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Very short charge on the coils and even shorter charges out...pulling eather energy from the surrounding......


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Short update: i am busy coding a programm for my arduino,s....
I played with the nano and uno. Now updated to quicker models Mega and Due.
I think i have a first program ready, but still need some testing.
3x pwm,s with 120degree phase shift, running 20khz and very short duty...

Maybe tomorrow i can make a video of it.
The toroidkit is still not shipped from hydrogengarage....

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After 1 week of headackes....


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Still, it is code version 1.
I orderd 3 pieces  Atmega48
Thats the chip used by Watkyjy and Bob Boyce.
I understood that they used different type of code, which is way quicker.
I will try to reprogram my setup with use of those direct C level language.

Wish me luck

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I need a compliment...
I finished my second and improved microprocessor code for the Arduino UNO.
It delivers suchs a beautiful signal that i am proud of myself learning all these new things.
This script runs on bare C language and made it so much quicker that the raise and fall times have improved, i think.
Its an 8 bit program, so tuning is a bit more tricky then a 16 bits version, which is next.....
Now i need to adjust the script to an arduino Mega with 16bits registers, which would allow me to have more steps in tuning the pulses. For now, i know i can start pulsing the toroid and that it can only become better.
The toroid has arrive in my country. Now it should be on its way to my house...Hopefully tomorrow?
The right mosfets has arrived last week. And the right diodes, i hope , arrive before friday...
Making progress. OU, here we come.
cheers!

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today, my atmega48 processors came in  :)
Took me the whole evening to figure out how to connect them with my arduino ISP.
But as ever, if you try long enough, i succeeded  ;)
I ran different type of the same programs and i found my way to have a nice wave coming out of this atmega48.
Its not perfect, as the processor ran at 8mhz and thats too low.
I draw a schematic of my own design hex controller on which i will use just three outputs.
I added a 20mhz crystal, which will be here next week. Then i re write the wave tune and bob is yr uncle.
Also next week is the Boyce toroid kit here...

Have a nice weekend!