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Unread Messageby Misterloxo » 09/11/04, 21:56

Hi Obelix!

Well, you could make a commented explanatory diagram, scan it and post it on this forum (or in an article).

You should also register on the forum. It's better.


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Unread Messageby Obelix » 10/11/04, 10:15

Hello,

I'm starting, be indulgent !! I do not know if it will work !!
Merci!

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Unread Messageby Superform » 10/11/04, 16:41

Well, your file is not visible directly on the forumbecause you had to use the html tags directly and not the img button forum.

So should be ca [Snip the link 2 pk times the same image heavy c]
Then, can you briefly explain how?

I understand mounting, the longest possible wire (bare the entire length I guess) must be unfolded at max or can be rolled? or tense or curvy?

therefore this wire acts as a static electricity sensor, perhaps more effective in a dry air current. The capacitor stores electricity until the current is sufficient to create the electric arc for the spark plug, which sends the charge to the car coil which adjusts the supplied current so as not to damage the battery, and sends it to the battery that recharges like that ... via the diode that is there to avoid 'power returns'

Do I bother?
For a completely discharged battery, how long does it take to recover a usable load?

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Unread Messageby Obelix » 10/11/04, 17:05

Hello Superform,

All is well !!
For the wire, it is the length that matters, neither the form nor how it is done (isolated or not unimportant).
However it is better to unroll the right or zigzag regardless.
The wire captures static and load capacity. When the voltage across the capacity exceeds that of priming the candle, sudden discharge of capacity was in the coil, so the primary transfer 12 volts and current injected into the battery through the diode.
This diode is also a protection for the battery as a discharge in a coil is always an alternative.

For a fully discharged battery recharge, you still have time ....
Counting a good week for standard time, less if there are threats of thunderstorms.
We can count the eclairs at the candle, it gives an idea of ​​the sunken load.
Anyway it's free, so we have time .....

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Unread Messageby Christophe » 10/11/04, 19:54

This is what I am writing in response yesterday:

For heading trick & tip, it is in my head for a long time ... It just lacks a bit of "content" ... Maybe that mounting pourait make a perfect 1ere trick?
For this send me by mail (or post on the forum ):
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- Whether or not you want to be quoted.

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Unread Messageby Misterloxo » 11/11/04, 09:40

Okay this pattern!

I have a small issue that I think will interest other readers ausi!

Where can we recover -gratuitement, a capacitor system D- HT 5000 V (what capacity the way)?

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Unread Messageby Obelix » 11/11/04, 09:58

Hello and thank you for your encouragement.

For the recovery of the capacitor:
Value is not important because it only serves to transfer energy. (0.1 microfarad is a good average value)
Two sources for this component:
1) Quite simply the capacitor that vat with the coil (the one slap from time to time)
2) A capacitor found in old TVs (the side of the transformer THT) Generally black or blue disc with two legs. (Possible in the TV corner store in the neighborhood).

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Unread Messageby wayne » 12/11/04, 12:53

Hello everyone ,
I think your electrostatic energy recovery rather like the invention of Tesla on energy recuperation radiant. If you want to take a look at what is

https://www.econologie.com/forums/utilisatio ... vt237.html

Quesque you say Obelix ???????
have a good day everyone :D
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