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induction transformer (INTR) – "induction forge"

induction transformer (INTR) - "induction forge"
induction transformer (INTR) - "induction forge"
induction transformer (INTR) - "induction forge"

just a test to use an induction-cooker’s oscillation circuit as a flat-coils air-cored transformer for something other than lighting…

5 February 2013 at 06:50 · Comment

Simple solar inverter + tiny circuit 1.5V driven mains bulb

Simple solar inverter + tiny circuit 1.5V driven mains bulb
Simple solar inverter + tiny circuit 1.5V driven mains bulb
Simple solar inverter + tiny circuit 1.5V driven mains bulb

Based somewhat on a Jeanna’s Light or Lidmotor’s similar circuits, this is a lot smaller inverter than the one from the other day. It fits around the base of the 120V 2W Lights of America LED bulb. Current draw is…

5 March 2012 at 01:30 · Comment

Visit at Per Johan in Sweden to work on the Prof. Jones circuit

Visit at Per Johan in Sweden to work on the Prof. Jones circuit
Visit at Per Johan in Sweden to work on the Prof. Jones circuit
Visit at Per Johan in Sweden to work on the Prof. Jones circuit

www.overunity.com Visit at Per-Johan in Abod Öglunda Sweden to work on the Prof. Jones circuit.. I just stopped by Per-Johan´s place on my vaccation trip to say hello, as I was near him and he was very friendly and showed…

26 June 2011 at 23:08 · Comment

Simple Motor -Part 2–the circuit

Simple Motor -Part 2--the circuit
Simple Motor -Part 2--the circuit
Simple Motor -Part 2--the circuit

This shows the circuit that I use on the “Simple Motor” shown on my last video.

17 April 2012 at 02:16 · Comment

Simple Bowl Motor Circuit

Simple Bowl Motor Circuit
Simple Bowl Motor Circuit
Simple Bowl Motor Circuit

Here is a simple one transistor electronic circuit for running Jack Scholze’s Koa Wood bowl motor design.

9 October 2013 at 19:19 · Comment

Electric OU: Ainslie NERD Function Generator Open-Circuit Voltage Settings

Electric OU: Ainslie NERD Function Generator Open-Circuit Voltage Settings
Electric OU: Ainslie NERD Function Generator Open-Circuit Voltage Settings
Electric OU: Ainslie NERD Function Generator Open-Circuit Voltage Settings

The Function Generator FG is the “Volume Control” of the Ainslie circuit. The positive excursion controls the level of turn on of the Q1 mosfet, essentially pulsed DC. The negative excursion supplies more or less negative bias current at around…

11 August 2013 at 21:23 · Comment

Rocket stove heater (on steroids) build and installed as heater !!!

Rocket stove heater (on steroids) build and installed as heater !!!
Rocket stove heater (on steroids) build and installed as heater !!!
Rocket stove heater (on steroids) build and installed as heater !!!

The rocket stove heater. I welded a fire extinguisher over the rises pipe. Made an exit on the side so i can install it in my shed. Made a few changes internally. I re-placed the iron plate for extra air…

12 January 2014 at 22:51 · Comment

Cool Joule – 0uA ? Brainteaser

Cool Joule - 0uA ? Brainteaser
Cool Joule - 0uA ? Brainteaser
Cool Joule - 0uA ? Brainteaser

Full spec, details and solution below. A variant of the Cool Joule circuit by TinManPower. See his channel for the original circuit and ongoing experiments. See Lidmotor’s channel for the circuit diagram and his own replication. Cool Joule variant spec:…

3 May 2013 at 07:39 · Comment

Minnie Low-Voltage Cutoff Circuit Test

Minnie Low-Voltage Cutoff Circuit Test
Minnie Low-Voltage Cutoff Circuit Test
Minnie Low-Voltage Cutoff Circuit Test

Developing and testing the Minnie LiPo Low Voltage Cutoff circuit. Schematic at the end 5:14. NOTE: The S Weir mods make the circuit work better. Use a 2n7000 mini-mosfet instead of the BC337 and use a 68k (or 47k) instead…

27 November 2013 at 20:46 · Comment

Knight Rider lights circuit – in a Hot Wheels

Knight Rider lights circuit - in a Hot Wheels
Knight Rider lights circuit - in a Hot Wheels
Knight Rider lights circuit - in a Hot Wheels

A project i’ve wanted to try for a long time..could a working circuit for the lights from the Knight Rider KITT fit in a HotWheels car ? Yeah, kinda, at least in the slightly taller bodied ’69 Chevelle Here’s the…

19 December 2013 at 02:46 · Comment