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 Post subject: Introduction and a question
PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2012 5:08 pm 
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My name is Dane I am a former auto mechanic living in South Carolina. Since I was about 10 Ive been fascinated with Tesla and electronic even before then. I have always been what I call a tinkerer I hope this eventually leads to a invention or 3. I have some good ideas but being on disability limits my money to build.

Ive built a few bedini ssg's to continue trying to understand this radiant tech I figured it was tome to build a fan. Then some other energizers based on dc motors. I am also working on a HHO setup. My plans are done just need funds for material. When I get that going will share in the HHO thread.

My question: Has any one tried a tri-filer (or more) winding with the Imotep-Bedini fan?

Thank you to all who contribute to the wealth of info, especially Imhotep and Shiva.


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 Post subject: Re: Introduction and a question
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Yes, I have. I made one fan with 6 windings but the problem was getting it to run as there was insufficient turns to make it run at 12v. It was a bigger fan than is used in a computer but even so there is only a small space to fit so many windings. My solution was to run it on 36v but it was not very successful.

3 windings is about the limit.


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 Post subject: Re: Introduction and a question
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Thank you very much Mr Brown. I just finished winding a 3 filer figuring space would be the issue. I will let you know how it turns outt once I finish putting it together.


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My radiant charger would produce worse efficiency with coil in parallel or having more than one wire. I would only use 1 filar...


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 Post subject: Re: Introduction and a question
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Didnt work.... Wanted to turn not enough on the trigger. Rewound it because I broke a wire trying to add 4th post. I have a few of these fans when I have time will do a standard conversion. Thanks for the input!


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Try a trifilar with #27 wire


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