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The Konzen Pulse Motor Part 2
There is now a lot of weight in copper windings and iron cores being slung around by the rotor - I have had to make a harness out of heavy-duty nylon wire ties to combat this force:
LATEST MOTOR PHOTOS:
This motor has 3/4" thick iron electromagnet cores made of welding-rod instead of ferrite/steel - there are NO "splatter-style" pickup coils on this motor (yet) - it instead has 18-gauge thick-wired "pickup" windings wrapped around and behind the "motor" coils.
These sort of pickup coils put out good amps, and the current can be rectified and fed into caps easily without any spark-gaps or HV components.
Here is an inside-shot of the rotor and stator coils in this newest motor. (labeled "cthru2") Note how fat the coils look - the actual "motor" coil is way inside of them, and is wrapped around and behind with lots of "pickup" windings to make them look like this:
Here is the back-side of this same motor, showing the reed-switch/spinning magnet timing mechanism:
Here is another front-view:
This photo is of the spring-loaded carbon contact inside a regular car distributor cap cut-out and made into a simple component that will extract current from the ends of the axle in this motor - the idea is for the pickup-coil output to be taken through these, while the motor-coil feed goes through the bearings...
Here is picture of the Cthru2 motor with the car distributor contacts mounted onto the motor:
Here is close-up of the front brass axle-end extracting the spinning rotor AC pickup windings current through the carbon car distributor contacts... this works really great and doesnt seem to slow th motor at all - in fact it snugs both ends of the axle together so it spins straighter on the bearings if anything:
Here are some circuits of this motor to understand. Please note that a large capacitor in parallel with the battery will greatly improve the performance of this motor but is not shown in these circuits:
Here is something showing the importance of having a capacitor across the battery powering the motor - the particular one used in these tests is a 100000uf 25V cap in paralell with the 12V4ah battery. This size works very good with the motor being tested using motor-coil windings of 40ft of #22 gauge magnetic wire...Look at the difference the cap makes - nearly cutting the volts-draw to the motor in half! Larger caps will lower the volts even more... There is also more rpms and power... note that these shots also do not have a spark-gap feed occuring like shown in the photos above and there is no positive pulse following the first pulse:
Without a cap - straight battery feed:
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The The Kronzen pulse motor part 1
The Kronzen pulse motor Most recent photographs part3
The Kronzen pulse motor More photographs electric bearings part 4
The Kronzen pulse motor pickup/spattercoils part 5
A previous article on this device
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