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Old 03-18-2019, 06:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Turion View Post
Just remember, the MORE your coil speeds up under load the LESS it produces as a generator coil. ...
Not that I care, or expect an answer from you, let alone a reasonable explanation, but the deal had always been:

Run at no-load. ( ie. Generator coil(s) open circuit, or zero coil current)

Measure speed (RPM)

Put load on generator coil(s) causing current in the coil(s)

Notice speed increase (higher RPM)

So now you say that the generator coil(s) produce less when loaded and the RPM increases. Less than zero?
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