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« on: September 24, 2008, 19:57:28 pm »
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Re: 430 Stainless Chokes not needed!
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2008, 21:06:43 pm »
trhis information is known.....dankie just refuses to believe it....he just did it to cover any attempts at trying to get around the patent.....

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Re: 430 Stainless Chokes not needed!
« Reply #2 on: September 24, 2008, 21:29:47 pm »
Although the resistive wire is not required, I believe impedance matching will be, which will most likely require a form of  impedance within the circuit to match the wfc's impedance. Not quite sure about this but there's a lot of good info on wikipedia explaining impedance matching. Check it out!

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Re: 430 Stainless Chokes not needed!
« Reply #3 on: September 24, 2008, 22:55:42 pm »
Although the resistive wire is not required, I believe impedance matching will be, which will most likely require a form of  impedance within the circuit to match the wfc's impedance. Not quite sure about this but there's a lot of good info on wikipedia explaining impedance matching. Check it out!

Well in a series resonant circuit the overall resistance/impedance of the resonating parts is (nearly) zero (same as shortcircuit), i wouldn't advise to willingly use high resitive wires instead of copper wires, because as said it consumes power.

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Re: 430 Stainless Chokes not needed!
« Reply #4 on: September 25, 2008, 01:01:04 am »
remember the bifilar winding though.....this is what cuases the current cut off and the voltage to seek infinity...so it won't matter the wire....the negative nad positive magnetic fields wound simutaneously will cancel out any current.....so copper is perfectly fine just as fine as steel wire.

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Re: 430 Stainless Chokes not needed!
« Reply #5 on: October 11, 2008, 17:54:27 pm »
remember the bifilar winding though.....this is what cuases the current cut off and the voltage to seek infinity...so it won't matter the wire....the negative nad positive magnetic fields wound simutaneously will cancel out any current.....so copper is perfectly fine just as fine as steel wire.

sorry i said the wrong. it's the other around, in a series circuit the voltage is greatly amplified, the current cut back.


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Re: 430 Stainless Chokes not needed!
« Reply #6 on: October 11, 2008, 19:35:18 pm »
well, but there is a percentage of wires burning out and being destroyed if the energy going through them is high enough. i have not seen any coils made of high resistive wire.
even my copper coil gets hot at a specific amp rating, and copper has a very very low resistance...

well, but you might try it

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Re: 430 Stainless Chokes not needed!
« Reply #7 on: October 24, 2008, 00:46:25 am »
Today i just received my wire , 28 pounds of it lol..

312 000 feet of original stanley meyers 430 FR inductive wire . I''l be keeping about half of it for myself haha...

Y'all can now stop being pussies and keeping denying to youself that it wasnt needed because you cant afford it or cant find it . Some say he used it to cover his patents... wrong ...its much more than that , he mentions it so much and recommends it over copper , in fact everything he did was with stainless wire.  Its expensive true.... but it wont be for you guys

Obviously , from section 5 to 11 of the SMTB  he has just about every coil made out of this alloy , he recommends it , explains its usefulness on many occasions .

Yall can pm me if you want some , ill be selling some via paypal , much much cheaper than any competition on the internet , and its the 430fr right size , not some 304 wrong size...

635 feet covers the required 11,600 ohms ...  you need 46 times more copper to reach the same resistance .. so whats cheaper ???