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Hi Guys,

I would like to confirm my observations with the generator output of the asymmetric motor. While powering the motor through the input connection, any load I connect to the output generator connections causes an increase in current draw from my source 12v battery. Has anyone else noticed this?

Btw, I'm getting around 6v on the generator output and 18 volts when using the jumper across the motor input and generator output(As shown by UFO). I was under the impression that the generator output was isolated from the input. If its not isolated what is the benefit of the generator output while running the motor?

Keep in mind, I have not run any tests running the asymmetric motor solely as a generator, just in the motor/generator mode. Hopefully Turion will have some data soon on the generator side of things.

In any case, this is just the observation of a novice. I just want to confirm if I'm off track or if my findings are consistent with others who have completed the replication.

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May I ask how you would wind a VW generator armature? I know many here brought these to try and replicate the lockridge device. It has 30 slots. and maybe use 2 pairs of field coils?..
Same question from my side!
This is a drawing of the generator mentioned.
The left two are the old 6V models not being compatible to the right hand side 12V model.
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Jst got one at ebay: 14V / 32A / 28 bucks.
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Hi Guys,

I would like to confirm my observations with the generator output of the asymmetric motor. While powering the motor through the input connection, any load I connect to the output generator connections causes an increase in current draw from my source 12v battery. Has anyone else noticed this?

Btw, I'm getting around 6v on the generator output and 18 volts when using the jumper across the motor input and generator output(As shown by UFO). I was under the impression that the generator output was isolated from the input. If its not isolated what is the benefit of the generator output while running the motor?

Keep in mind, I have not run any tests running the asymmetric motor solely as a generator, just in the motor/generator mode. Hopefully Turion will have some data soon on the generator side of things.

In any case, this is just the observation of a novice. I just want to confirm if I'm off track or if my findings are consistent with others who have completed the replication.

Thank you
Hi darkoni
"I connect to the output generator connections causes an increase in current draw from my source 12v battery"

What is the amps-volts difference?
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Hello to All,

Now before we have been just connecting Pairs to single elements of Commutators matching "perfect"...like Five(5) Pairs to Five (5) Commutator Elements top-below...Now, it could be done "Asymmetrically" also...

Like if We have a 12 Pole Armature...or a 10 Pole Armature...

We could use in a 12 Pole Armature, a combination of what I call the "Sacred Geometry Design", where we wind three Pairs of Coils configuring a "Dual Delta Star" or a David Star...now, three Pairs of Coils will give Us exactly Six terminals (Two per Pair) for 12 X2 Commutator Elements...so, it shouldn't work right?


Well it does, We just have to "blend" commutator elements in groups of Three, (just wire them up through the hooks)...then we will get Three separated continuous elements per commutator...

This will need to do a bit of work right next to each separation of groups of three copper comm elements...open them a bit more the copper, to make space a bit wider by filing them spreading the segment spacing (to avoid heavy arcing, therefore damage to metal plates)

The same thing We could do with a 10 Pole Armature...using a Dual Pentagon Opposed, Design...using every two copper contacts joined at each commutator, and we have 5 Pairs of Coils.

This Motors have incredible torque, I mean great...but besides that, the times of Charging-Discharging are larger in time of being "On"(charging)...as also at Discharge times, that is why we most file the in-between commutator plates a bit wider. Otherwise they will discharge to next randomly closer element not in "Timing" to be done.


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Dark Blue (N) and Red (S) are Pair #1 (notice they are Parallel.)
Aqua Blue (N) and Orange (S) Pair# 2
Green (N) and Yellow (S) Pair # 3


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How did you know I was coiling a 12 pole rotor I found today?

Did you make a mistake with the colors at the generator commutator?
I am missing the colors red, orange and yellow.
Where does the black spots come from?

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Dear Bert...I knew...

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How did you know I was coiling a 12 pole rotor I found today?

Did you make a mistake with the colors at the generator commutator?
I am missing the colors red, orange and yellow.
Where does the black spots come from?

Bert
Hello Dear Bert,

The Commutator Elements are coded on Blue Derivatives only ...it is written on the Diagram, below center...didn't see it?

Now, it is understood All related South Ends will connect to All Bottom Commutator corresponding Color Codes, as I wrote in my Post below...

The Black space at Comm are the SEPARATIONS between joint elements connected in series...That I wrote: MUST BE FILED TO INCREASE THE GAP...

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high guys im new to all this but very interested i would love to try make one of these motor starting small will a 3 armature motor first but not very good at following text instructions has anyone got a video on them making one or a step by step ?
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Hi Guys,

I would like to confirm my observations with the generator output of the asymmetric motor. While powering the motor through the input connection, any load I connect to the output generator connections causes an increase in current draw from my source 12v battery. Has anyone else noticed this?

Btw, I'm getting around 6v on the generator output and 18 volts when using the jumper across the motor input and generator output(As shown by UFO). I was under the impression that the generator output was isolated from the input. If its not isolated what is the benefit of the generator output while running the motor?

Keep in mind, I have not run any tests running the asymmetric motor solely as a generator, just in the motor/generator mode. Hopefully Turion will have some data soon on the generator side of things.

In any case, this is just the observation of a novice. I just want to confirm if I'm off track or if my findings are consistent with others who have completed the replication.

Thank you

Hello Darkoni,

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I would like to confirm my observations with the generator output of the asymmetric motor. While powering the motor through the input connection, any load I connect to the output generator connections causes an increase in current draw from my source 12v battery. Has anyone else noticed this?
But of course Dear Darkoni, the Motor is going to draw a higher current from your source!!
I mean, this Motors Transfer the Energy and deliver a Mechanical Power out...for free, while supplying an output to your source also...I mean...were you expecting more from this little motor?

Ok, and this goes to anyone measuring-testing-loading this Small Motors:


Whenever you guys "Add" a Load, please, specify, exactly, to the point,...What kind of "Load" are you trying-stressing out, this "Conversion, Adapt" of Five (5) U.S Dollars and Ninety Nine Cents (0.99) Motors..It absolutely will help...Thanks.


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Btw, I'm getting around 6v on the generator output and 18 volts when using the jumper across the motor input and generator output(As shown by UFO). I was under the impression that the generator output was isolated from the input. If its not isolated what is the benefit of the generator output while running the motor?
Dear Darkoni,

Did you watch the great video from Mr. Lindemann Motor Secrets?
No?
Then you should watch it is a great video!..It will give you "Solid Grounds" to be able to Test any Motor the right ways as also to be able to "Evaluate" properly a NOVEL DESIGN..

Yes?
Then you should have learned that Effective Armature Voltage (Eff V) in ANY given Motor is given by the Input Values (Source)=Ea MINUS(-)Ec (or C EMF) Are We agreeing up to now?...
No?
Then you should watch the video again...
Yes?
Then, will you understand that NOW, we are ALL having a POSITIVE VALUE that WOULD NOT subtract ANYMORE in "just"... a pretty short period of One Hundred and Thirty Two Years (132)
Isn't that for you... some... maybe, I mean, just a bit of GAIN NOW?...
Or you rather do like Symmetry does?...

Because, then you could also make "another test"...grab Negative-Positive Terminals of your Six Volts (+6V) now positive output...and insert it reversed to your Input Values, Source or Ea, meaning where Positive is, insert your negative out, and where Negative is....insert your positive out...then, you may have a "decrease in Amperage"...a weaker and very HOT Motor...but a "DECREASE IN AMPS"...Oh, and do not try to run the "torque" test then...it will melt...
I mean, if that is what you are looking for...go ahead and that easy, it will "solve" the whole "problem" of watching very "Low Amperage"


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Hello Dear John Stone

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Same question from my side!
This is a drawing of the generator mentioned.
The left two are the old 6V models not being compatible to the right hand side 12V model.
Pic1
Pic2
Pic3
PIC4

Jst got one at ebay: 14V / 32A / 28 bucks.
Hello to both Johns..Mr. Stone and Mr. G,


That looks like a great Machine to convert, now could someone here post me a pic of Above Top View without upper cap, but displaying the brush position, versus stators, and also armature clearance for wiring space...in that diagram can not see it clear..
Otherwise it seems it has room for a second comm...

If it has 30 Poles, it is divisible of five (5) and three(3)...therefore, it should work with either of the two first simple designs I have posted...However depends on stator Diameter, angle of brushes, etc...This primary numbers are meant to be expanded into their multiples of...However, they need to be set on CAD, make a Group of all Armature components and rotate it at every degree...with a virtual "marker", to know where you started...What you guys will be looking for is that at ANY point of rotation, Input-Output Coils arrangements COINCIDE AT EXACTLY 180 Degrees, if it does...it is not good, throw combination and try next...and most of times this happens at just Pair of Coils # 1 at Input, then look "WHO" is at your Output "knocking the door" or just touching comm elements...
Now, there could be just ONE COIL OF THE PAIR ALIGNED, but if other is NOT, it will work...That creates a different Asymmetrical Magnetic Pattern...not canceling to zero...it configures something like a "Y"...

Hope you guys understood me, let me know , please


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Old 07-16-2012, 09:23 PM
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hi all

just going on my apprentice schooling

and here a pix of my 3 poles modified "Igarashi motor"

it works really well

The winding is 3 X 100 turns with 0.2 mm copper wire , the same as per my 5 pole replication

the torque is really strong and the generator is quite high.

i know that all this is subjectiv but it is my feeling so far

for more measured resutls , please be patient, or much better replicate and give us details

always at full enthusiasm on this project



good luck at all

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Hi UFO

Here are some VW pictures, that I already had.

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About This "conversions" Here...

Hello to ALL,

I want to say this, as you guys understand what we are all doing here...

We are "converting" machines that were conceived and designed to run Symmetrically, this means their Rotor (Armature), dispositions of Stators, Brushes and number of Poles arrangement size and separations...were calculated to fit this Methodologies...
Now, what we are all doing here, is "picking up garbage, rubbish, junk stuff" not SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED to FULFILL in a 100% BASIS, the WAYS ASYMMETRY REALLY OUTPUTS AND PERFORMS AT MAXIMUM LEVELS...

We are all, patching, stitching a very Old piece of sh** Machine...trying to make it run as a V12 Lamborghini...Diablo

Figure Out this example...

Let's say there is a guy in South America, ...down below the old Continent, that can make "LOOK ALIKE", your OLD CAR, that is a very OLD beaten up, and not functioning right...Volks Wagen...and the Guy tells you to bring several pieces of the same car, ..and He will try to deliver back to You a "look alike" MERCEDES BENZ S600, Convertible...His tooling are also obsolete...old type of Instruments Not Designed to even create a VW...but He likes his job...and hammers that Beetle like thaere is no tomorrow...till He thinks is just like an S600...Then throw a paint job in it...

Now, would you expect a perfectly new...MB S600, as just driven out of a German Factory...zero miles...and perform as such?

No, right?

So, therefore, please, do not expect out of this "Conversions" will deliver a MB...

I am playing here the "role" of that guy down south...converting your old VW, broken and beat up...into a stylish state of the art...machine...and showing you how to beat it up...

So do not complaint to me please...if you find out that your Mercedes is just a piece of Sh**...
Be Happy... , and very "pleased"... that "at least" it runs better than before...when it was a cooking range, and Oil, water -Gas leakier..and tended to overheat every quarter mile...stall and leave you in the middle of the road...

So, take it easy...and drive it...and enjoy it.



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But of course Dear Darkoni, the Motor is going to draw a higher current from your source!!
I mean, this Motors Transfer the Energy and deliver a Mechanical Power out...for free, while supplying an output to your source also...I mean...were you expecting more from this little motor?

Ok, and this goes to anyone measuring-testing-loading this Small Motors:


Whenever you guys "Add" a Load, please, specify, exactly, to the point,...What kind of "Load" are you trying-stressing out, this "Conversion, Adapt" of Five (5) U.S Dollars and Ninety Nine Cents (0.99) Motors..It absolutely will help...Thanks.




Dear Darkoni,

Did you watch the great video from Mr. Lindemann Motor Secrets?
No?
Then you should watch it is a great video!..It will give you "Solid Grounds" to be able to Test any Motor the right ways as also to be able to "Evaluate" properly a NOVEL DESIGN..

Yes?
Then you should have learned that Effective Armature Voltage (Eff V) in ANY given Motor is given by the Input Values (Source)=Ea MINUS(-)Ec (or C EMF) Are We agreeing up to now?...
No?
Then you should watch the video again...
Yes?
Then, will you understand that NOW, we are ALL having a POSITIVE VALUE that WOULD NOT subtract ANYMORE in "just"... a pretty short period of One Hundred and Thirty Two Years (132)
Isn't that for you... some... maybe, I mean, just a bit of GAIN NOW?...
Or you rather do like Symmetry does?...

Because, then you could also make "another test"...grab Negative-Positive Terminals of your Six Volts (+6V) now positive output...and insert it reversed to your Input Values, Source or Ea, meaning where Positive is, insert your negative out, and where Negative is....insert your positive out...then, you may have a "decrease in Amperage"...a weaker and very HOT Motor...but a "DECREASE IN AMPS"...Oh, and do not try to run the "torque" test then...it will melt...
I mean, if that is what you are looking for...go ahead and that easy, it will "solve" the whole "problem" of watching very "Low Amperage"


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With all due respect to you and the replicators. They didn't know what to expect from the voltage test. You make the voltage increase sound so very important. So it was a test that had to be done because it hasn't up till now. It would have been wonderful if there would have been different results than what you would expect from a standard motor / generator. OK so now we know not to expect more than a voltage increase measurement, unless it's sed for some kind of feedback or something down the line. I thing the guys did a good job to get to the point where they could make the test. Incidentally I wouldn't expect someone who may never build more than this little motor to study Lindemann's video and try to duplicate a similar way to test a little motor like this. Any kinetic load that can be duplicated from the original to the modification would tell whether the modification is better than the original. A fan blade or propeller are excellent and inexpensive. Torque tests are next then, isn't that correct? But let me ask first. It sounds like you are saying that these little motors can't be expected to show performance results? If this was just a lesson to see if a person could duplicate the wind, then we should have known that from the beginning. You said yourself that this motor would run stronger and be harder to stop than the original. I hope so but can it be done without pounding the motor with more current than the original motor. You also said you where anxious to see people start their tests. Let me know if the little motors aren't suitable to see at least some promising results in such a comparison. I won't have to bother winding my stator then.
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... could someone here post me a pic of Above Top View without upper cap, but displaying the brush position, versus stators, and also armature clearance for wiring space...in that diagram can not see it clear....
I will get that pet next week and post pics of those parts. Extension of the housing seems to be required.
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I will get that pet next week and post pics of those parts. Extension of the housing seems to be required.
Hi John/UFO

May sound a bit off beat, but what about putting the armature in a lathe and dividing the commutator into 2 equal sections by cutting out a central ring - thus 2 commutators. Then drilling small holes, inline with the shaft through the commutator insulation, below each bar, to then allow connection to be made?

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Hi Guys,
I have 2 nice 5-pole DC motors to convert. First, I thought I'd try 2 cheap 3 pole motors from 2 identical dollar store toys.
I wired 'em up as per UFO's specs, modded the housing and put the commutators at each end.
But no movement at all, even with a 9 V battery.
I thought it could be:
- rotor stuck against a stator magnet (should I grind rotors it down for more clearance?)
- magnets reversed/backwards (is this possible?)

I'm bummed out; thought I had this in the bag. I can post pics as well. Any troubleshooting suggestions appreciated.

Otherwise, I'll start on the 5 pole.

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I have 2 nice 5-pole DC motors to convert. First, I thought I'd try 2 cheap 3 pole motors from 2 identical dollar store toys.
I wired 'em up as per UFO's specs, modded the housing and put the commutators at each end.
But no movement at all, even with a 9 V battery.
I thought it could be:
- rotor stuck against a stator magnet (should I grind rotors it down for more clearance?)
- magnets reversed/backwards (is this possible?)

I'm bummed out; thought I had this in the bag. I can post pics as well. Any troubleshooting suggestions appreciated.

Otherwise, I'll start on the 5 pole.


Bob

Hello Bob,

What does it do?...it "Humms"...or just absolutely noting happens?
It does a huge difference in this answer being Y/N

Check the motor for rotation freedom...is it moving?...beside magnetic pulse feeling...it does move?
If it would be touching a magnet it will make a noise...a different sound...

Possible faults
1- Commutators not aligned in a linear fashion and/or at the ANGLES related to Armatures POLES, as indicated in Drawing...

See Bob...the Commutator spaces and the contact elements create a pattern, either one (gap or metal contact) should line up either with very center of Pole or Gap between Poles...and that relates to BOTH COMM.

Make sure you do not have an inverted winding...it will humm but won't move...

Don't move to 5 yet...it is more complex...let's fix this one...


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Hi all,

Just posted a comment on the Gray tube thread:
Gray Tube Replication

It may be that Ufo's work finally enables us to unlock Gray's secret.

If Gray indeed used the same magnetic principle in his motors to get COP>>1, then it may be very interesting to experiment with Ufo's design in combination with pulsed discharge of high voltage capacitors, be it relatively low voltage (several 100 Volts) trough semiconductors, or high voltages trough spark gaps.

In the case one wants to work with spark gaps, one may consider using triggered spark gaps, a.k.a. Trigatrons:
Gray Tube Replication

Trigatron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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A trigatron is a type of triggerable spark gap switch designed for high current and high voltage, (usually 10-100 kV and 20-100 kA, though devices in the mega-ampere range exist as well). It has very simple construction and in many cases is the lowest cost high energy switching option. It may operate in open air, it may be sealed, or it may be filled with a dielectric gas other than air. The dielectric gas may be pressurized, or a liquid dielectric (e.g. mineral oil) may be substituted to further extend the operating voltage. Trigatrons may be rated for repeated use (over 10,000 switching cycles), or they may be single-shot, destroyed in a single use.

The idea is that the strength of a magnetic field created by an electric current depends on two factors:

1) the current going trough the coil;
2) a sudden change in the electric field.

This originates from the well known Maxwell equations:

Maxwell's equations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Ampère's law with Maxwell's correction states that magnetic fields can be generated in two ways: by electrical current (this was the original "Ampère's law") and by changing electric fields (this was "Maxwell's correction").
When you suddenly discharge a capacitor into a coil, you first get a changing electric field, and subsequently a current starts flowing trough your wire.

So, both this Maxwell principle and Gray's stuff suggest that you can get some extra (magnetic) bang for the buck by using (relatively) high voltages in combination with fast-swithed pulsed discharges from a capacitor (bank).

If you want to experiment with this principle, you would need some way to trigger the discharge at the the desired angle in the rotation cycle of the motor. It should be possible to mount a dish with a number of holes on the shaft and then use a slotted optical switch ( Slotted optical switch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - often found in computer mouses ) to get a trigger signal.

This is just an idea which may be interesting to experiment with...

Today, I have ordered two of these motors for a replication attempt:
Igarashi n2738-48gf buy now - Conrad Electronic SE Multipurpose electric motors Electronics Online Store

There are also 5 pole versions:
Igarashi n2738-51g-5p buy now - Conrad Electronic SE Multipurpose electric motors Electronics Online Store

I chose this one, because it appears to have a reasonably long shaft.


Update: Had a night's sleep over this...

Of course it is obvious that you can discharge a certain amount of energy either quickly or slowly. If you want to discharge, say, 1 Joule of energy within 1 micro second, you need a much higher voltage and current than when you want to discharge the same amount of energy within a second.

Leedskalnin's experiment suggests that it is possible to "lock" a magnetic field inside a(n almost) closed magnetic loop and thus you can in principle create a much stronger magnetic field for the same bang in terms of energy by pulsed (short duration), high voltage, high current discharge instead of using D.C..

More on the Gray thread: Gray Tube Replication

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dc brushed motor break-in trick

I recall brushed, "witch based" RC motors being run in water for some time and dyno output being increased up to 20%. Ring a bell?
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UFO. Check and see if I have this right. By making this connection you have the input voltage across one of the windings then you connect the second wind in series to the first. At this time you have a voltage drop across the first wind with the addition of whatever you can generate on the second winding. Sounds exactly right about 18 volts I can get the same thing with a standard generator setup and either way you cannot use the increase voltage without the input current going up. I have explained the same exact connection dozens of times on the Monopole forum and on my videos. I use an extra coil of a window motor in series with the power coil. The output is taken from the start of the power coil to the end of the added coil. the result is about an 80% increase in voltage. I never had the nerve to call this a COP of 1.8 because I don't have .8 volts over unity to add back to anything or us it in any way that would prove over unity. Take a look at this video to see what I'm talking about:
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You will see much more stuff on the output running at more voltage than the input. But this is still not over unity no matter what the COP on a piece of paper says. The young experimenters here and on most other forums are looking for something they can see in reality. Over Unity = Self Run or Charging several batteries from one. If your over unity is only on paper then you need to explain this to everyone who is following you here.
Here is a video for the benefit of the two inventors who did the generator test and it may also interest others. This is a video that I was going to save to show how much better the modification was but now I can see I wont need it for that.
http://www.youtube.com/my_videos_edi...id=VwRmkYhxqXE
That's right I was going to try the same test the others did and I may have even encouraged them so I'm the one who should take it on the chin not them.
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COP is a measure of input power versus output power. It is NOT a measure of input voltage versus output voltage. Power is voltage times amperage. If you don't include the amperage along with the input and output voltage your readings mean nothing.

Your output voltage is only 8 volts anyway. The way you have it drawn you are adding the battery voltage to get the 18 volts. So 18 volts is not your true output.

The last time I asked questions or commented about your circuits you proceeded to just call me names. This time would you please address the technical issues I have raised and forget the name calling.

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If your motor makes just a hum, you must find the bind in motor. It must turn freely and aslo when you move the shaft back and forth in the motor you want just a little play and a free "feel" of movement. If no hum, take your contact testor on the + and - tabs on one side and turn the rotor by hand. You should get electrical contact all the way arround but with a tiny skip where contacts change. Do the other side as well. If nothing or a skip in the pattern your brush patterns are not lined up. Even if one coil is shorted, you should get a hum. My guess is brushes are not correct allignment.
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Finished all the testing on the standard motor setup.
Radio Shack model 273-257
9-18 volt DC motor
1.98 Amps max

With the motor connected to another motor it showed 12,204 RPM
at .82 amps running on 12.3 volts

The output of the second motor (under the load of the bulb) was 7.2 volts at .7 amps lighting a Sylvania 211-2 Bulb rated at 12.8 volts 12.4 watts

When that bulb was connected as load, the RPMs of the motor decreased to 10,200 at 1.4 amps and 12.3 volts.

So. The basic motor with a second motor attached runs on 10.08 watts
under load (with light connected to generator) it runs on 17.08 watts while producing 5.04 watts.
Can we all agree that this is an accurate method for determining what the motor is producing? Because these are the standards of measurement I will be using when I test the converted motor.

The conversion motor showed 14,462 RPM's but when I went to check the amp draw, I got some really irregular readings. I disassembled the motor and discovered that my second commutator had rotated slightly on the shaft, so I have they epoxy drying now, and will post the data when I have a chance to run it again, which may not be until the morning. Meanwhile, I will be assembling another motor and generator.

I can say for sure that the RPM's of the motor are higher than the standard motor. Just the facts ma'am.

Sorry I don't have ALL the data to report, but this is the kinda crap you live with doing this stuff, and I am pretty careful about making sure things are working correctly before reporting incorrect data.

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COP is a measure of input power versus output power. It is NOT a measure of input voltage versus output voltage. Power is voltage times amperage. If you don't include the amperage along with the input and output voltage your readings mean nothing.

Your output voltage is only 8 volts anyway. The way you have it drawn you are adding the battery voltage to get the 18 volts. So 18 volts is not your true output.

The last time I asked questions or commented about your circuits you proceeded to just call me names. This time would you please address the technical issues I have raised and forget the name calling.

Respectfully,
Carroll



Hello Dear Carroll,

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Your output voltage is only 8 volts anyway. The way you have it drawn you are adding the battery voltage to get the 18 volts. So 18 volts is not your true output.

Please, may I ask where did you read, in what part, did I write the word..."Total Output=18 Volts"?

A Motor Armature Power is given by Ea-Ec=Effective Voltage (not output)
Effective Voltage is our Rotor Voltage Power, given by Counter EMF, which, since it is a reverse value to our Input...is then subtracted..to our Source Input...are we right til now?

In Peter Lindemann is very simple deal, He gets in 12.1 V...and C EMF is -9.0V
This if we use very simple math gives Us a Voltage value of 3.1V...are we ok to here?


Then we have an Ev (Effective Voltage)...not Total Output, Carroll, of 3.1 Volts as Armature Voltage Power...right?


Ok, Dear, so then, I will let you "Calculate" My Motor math as Ev amount (not output)...How much, do you think that is?



And remember I mean Effective Voltage, not Total Output

You tell me...

Now COP, derives from Ev/Ea, meaning Effective Voltage divided Input Voltage...In Mr Lindemann's video, it renders a COP of 3.1/12.1=0.256

Whenever you finish doing this math...then we could calculate my COP properly then...

I do not know why we are all arguing over something so simple...if we would be talking about Maxwell's Quaternions Formulas...I would understand, or even High Level Algebra ...but...not in so simple math...

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This is excellent info
You have to get rid of the steel core(the real witch)
Magnets like steel(bad witch)
And running electrons creates magnetic fields
Is the field that is created chopping off the witches head??
When does the opposing field come into play???

UFO, Thank-you for sharing In the video when you put the pliers against the motor , I noticed the drop in readings,If you are capturing the back emf , shouldn't you get a bigger back emf kick , because your drawing more power through the coil???

I'm not an electronics type ,I'm more hands on building stuff..
Not scared to hook things up wrong
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Finished all the testing on the standard motor setup.
Radio Shack model 273-257
9-18 volt DC motor
1.98 Amps max

With the motor connected to another motor it showed 12,204 RPM
at .82 amps running on 12.3 volts

The output of the second motor (under the load of the bulb) was 7.2 volts at .7 amps lighting a Sylvania 211-2 Bulb rated at 12.8 volts 12.4 watts

When that bulb was connected as load, the RPMs of the motor decreased to 10,200 at 1.4 amps and 12.3 volts.

The conversion motor showed 14,462 RPM's but when I went to check the amp draw, I got some really irregular readings. I disassembled the motor and discovered that my second commutator had rotated slightly on the shaft, so I have they epoxy drying now, and will post the data when I have a chance to run it again, which may not be until the morning. Meanwhile, I will be assembling another motor and generator.

I can say for sure that the RPM's of the motor are higher than the standard motor. Just the facts ma'am.

Sorry I don't have ALL the data to report, but this is the kinda crap you live with doing this stuff, and I am pretty careful about making sure things are working correctly before reporting incorrect data.

Dave

Hello Turion,

Shut happens man...now may I suggest to do this...before inserting new commutator...get the area of shaft length that will house the comm, and JUST in that area, use a small little chisel, or flat screw driver that have metal backing to be used as a chisel...and leaning against a press, hit a bit to create some small splines or even some small indentations on shaft metal...not too hard though...that will avoid Comm to turn ever again...


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This is excellent info
You have to get rid of the steel core(the real witch)
Magnets like steel(bad witch)
And running electrons creates magnetic fields
Is the field that is created chopping off the witches head??
When does the opposing field come into play???

UFO, Thank-you for sharing In the video when you put the pliers against the motor , I noticed the drop in readings,If you are capturing the back emf , shouldn't you get a bigger back emf kick , because your drawing more power through the coil???

I'm not an electronics type ,I'm more hands on building stuff..
Not scared to hook things up wrong
shylo

Hello Shylo,

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I'm not an electronics type ,I'm more hands on building stuff..
Hey Shylo, That is EXACTLY WHAT WE NEED HERE MY GUY..!!!

A real guy that do not waste his time with so much crappy kinder math and BS, and get their hands to it,...after you build it and it can drag your car down the road...WTF CARES, if the amps were so or so??...

REAL LAB WORKERS AND CRAFT PEOPLE IS EXACTLY WHAT WE NEED HERE, NOT MAKING ME , WASTE MY TIME OVER CRAP ARGUMENTS...


SO YOU ARE VERY HERE FRIEND!!

Come in and Join this Party...


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Please, may I ask where did you read, in what part, did I write the word..."Total Output=18 Volts"? Your meter shows 18 volts and it is across the generator output plus the battery voltage in series.

A Motor Armature Power is given by Ea-Ec=Effective Voltage (not output) Not exactly true. You have to include armature current to calculate true armature power.
Effective Voltage is our Rotor Voltage Power, given by Counter EMF, which, since it is a reverse value to our Input...is then subtracted..to our Source Input...are we right til now? Yes effective voltage is input voltage minus CEMF.

In Peter Lindemann is very simple deal, He gets in 12.1 V...and C EMF is -9.0V
This if we use very simple math gives Us a Voltage value of 3.1V...are we ok to here? Yes.


Then we have an Ev (Effective Voltage)...not Total Output, Carroll, of 3.1 Volts as Armature Voltage Power...right? Yes that also is correct.


Ok, Dear, so then, I will let you "Calculate" My Motor math as Ev amount (not output)...How much, do you think that is? There is no way to calculate the Ev without knowing the current going through the armature and also the armature resistance.



And remember I mean Effective Voltage, not Total Output Then why did you use your measured output and claim it was the EV?

You tell me...

Now COP, derives from Ev/Ea, meaning Effective Voltage divided Input Voltage...In Mr Lindemann's video, it renders a COP of 3.1/12.1=0.256 You are confusing COP with effieciency. They are not always the same thing.

Whenever you finish doing this math...then we could calculate my COP properly then...

I do not know why we are all arguing over something so simple...if we would be talking about Maxwell's Quaternions Formulas...I would understand, or even High Level Algebra ...but...not in so simple math... Please understand I am not saying your motor is not doing all you claim. In fact I am greatly impressed by the design of it. I have never seen anything quit like it in all my years of working on motors and generators. I am only saying you are not doing the calculations correctly.

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De-Witched UFO Motor - YouTube
My little motors untouched draw 2.5 amps off 6 volts and garnish 13,000 rpm
My De-witched UFO motor draws 50-90mA and gets to the same speed.
I have no luck getting more than 2 volts off the charge side, but am very pleased with the upgrade in performance.
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Patrick..........great video! I thought that was what was happening too, but your demo helped to visualize it better.

One thing though, alot of replicators are reporting increased speed and torque, but (correct me if I'm wrong), none of them are reporting a 95% reduction of Input like you are from 2.5 amp to 90 ma.

Why do you think this is so? Is it because you took the steel core off of the motor?

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Wow this thread is moving Fast.

Is Woppy still awake and reading? I finish my windings and put her to the test.
It also only runs with the power conected dia. across the motor, because the way
the brush holders are turned 90 degrees. This differs from the way larger motor
brushes are placed.

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Wow this thread is moving Fast.

Is Woppy still awake and reading? I finish my windings and put her to
the test.
Well I thought that Woppy had wired his motor wrong or maybe it was not
alined right, but I have the very same results. It only runs with the power
conected dia. across the motor. No Direct Conection???
So whats going on, anyone figure that out?
I even turned one set of brushes 180 deg. and the same.
I will make a video soon, to show this stange thing.

Mark
Dear friend,

That is the ONLY way it is supposed to run, you are activating Input Coils...now try the other diagonal terminals (opposed to the ones it runs and it should also run...go back to my previous Blue Back (Where TF is the Witch) diagram and connect like that...then measure it..


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