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Four weeks ago I was searching for an magnetizer that can revive my dead magnets (I killed them heating up at a high temperature, trying to encapsulate in ...
The materials you need for this project are: - a 1N4007 diode - a DPST switch (I get mine from an old computer) - a Push button switch (or ...
You are free to choose your own case, so you're free to make it how do you like. You can see in the third image the color of ...
Let's start soldering. Tips: The links which need thick wire are between capacitor and push button switch and between coil and capacitor.
I stick the coil with hot glue on the back of the front panel, and the capacitor on the bottom of the case. I drill a hole through ...
The diode D1 rectifies mains voltage and charge the capacitor via the lamp (which limit the current). The lamp glows during the capacitor's charging. The light is diminishing ...
I connect a oscilloscope with my pulse magnetizer via a probe. Then I try to take a shot of the pulse, but unfortunately I caught only the tail of the ...
You can see that the pulse throw out the object, so a future project could be a magnetic rifle. If I modify the circuit and I make it ...
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