my next step in rave gear and general awesomeness. five LED strips colored red, warm white, blue, white, green from low to high goes along with music either played or picked up with microphone. will be putting up a final vid soon. enjoy
In Memo WFC 429, page 10-4:
“The magnet Coil-Wire (56/62) is best suited for Voltage inducement while the inductance/capacitance/resistance properties of Stainless Steel coil-wire (SS56-SS62) is appropriately used to restrict electron movement beyond the self-inductance of each energized coil when elevated voltage levels (up to beyond 40 kilovolts) are to be reached/obtained without experiencing any appreciable amount of “Amp Influxing.” Generally, magnet coil-wire length is longer than the Stainless steel coil-wire length and magnet bifilar-coil (56/62) is placed on top of Stainless Steel bifilar-coil (SS56/62) to maximize mutual inductance coil-field (Rp2) (adding Rp1+Rp2) of (690) of Figure (7-8) to cause coil capacitance (Cda xxx Cdn) to help maintain and even increase pulse voltage amplitude (xxx Vn + Vn 1 + Vn2 + Vn …. etc.) while the resistive value (Rs2) of SS Coil-Wire (SS56/62) performs the work of further resisting the flow of amps not inhibited by both self-Inductance fields (Rpl + Rp2), as so illustrated in (690) of Figure (7-8). In all cases, bifilar coils (56/62 – SS56/62) are electromagnetically orientated in the same direction.”
Stanley Meyer and Andrija Puharich work at about 600 Hz Resonance frequency.
As you can see, the inductance of a Bifilar resonant inductor is not important !!!
It`s important is the number of turns (like step-up transformers) and the number of serial connected bobbins !!!
My Circuit diagram:
Memo WFC 420:
Memo WFC 429: