Pulse Motor – 3 magnet experiment
My first pulse motor. With recent events in the over unity arena, I decided to try and learn about Bedini circuits, pule motors, Muller generators et al. What I didn’t see in simple designs, or have seen to this point, are any such pulse motors where the magnets are non uniformly spaced or incorrectly angled on purpose. On the face of things, how can a Hall Effect sensor know where the rotor position is, if the magnets are misaligned relative to each other…and there being an odd number of magnets anyway ! In this video, I have 3 neodymium magnets on the rotor (magnets reclaimed from the laser assemblies of CD-Rom drives). The next stage, is to collect the BEMF, from the coil collapse post pulse.. A self designed simple circuit. Running at 6V from a wall adapter here. The circuit and motor will run at whatever setting from the 3V-12V common adapter, increasing its speed of rotation with each click upward in voltage. 2SC2240 transistor – purposely chosen because the Collector current can be no greater than 100mA. I originally chose a 2SC2120, but felt that limiting the transistor was a better way of understanding current used. My non too specific analog meter reports around 5mA being used, which was pleasantly surprising.