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Mini Tesla Coil
Free energy generators
Boot the Raspberry Pi from USB
Raspberry Pi 2: Quick n' Easy RCA
You are a freaking genius , worked first time , now running Linux Mate from 16 GB stick on Pi 3.:-)
"Portable" Raspberry Pi
Great place to learn how to make it yourself much much cheaper. Just google for 'http://inplix.com' website:) - VeronicaJack
yeah - elimantosal
Why the size should be 56 mb ? I mean if I make a partition of 4 gb and then transfer boot from Flash to SD would that be a problem ?
Hi TechnoG: Wanna ask you if u ever tried to make the Howard johnson full magnet perpetual motor ? it was published on popular mechanics in the sixties, and despite many life demo;s they never let him commercially sell them..take a lookhttp://3.bp.blogspot.com/-WT4wFuN7_-E/Ts4W9GL4tRI/AAAAAAAAB7Y/WyISqx5E-Mw/s1600/Howard+Johnson+Magnet+Motor+1980.gif
How many cm can I expect
Technically no because it isn't near the resonant frequency of the flyback, but actually yes (more like kind of) because you'll still be able to draw sparks from it, just they will be smaller and less powerful.
Depends on the input voltage/current/frequency.
Maybe 1 cm?
Flyback Transformer Drivers
How many cm or mm sparks can I expect from the relay and the 555 timer
Is 100Hz enough to run a flyback?
It's possible, you should probably use some kind of diode for protection.I have actually burned 555 chips from shorting out the output of the flyback.
The simple driver runs at a relatively low frequency, probably under 100 Hz.It really depends on the size of your relay, bigger relays run slower than smaller relays.
In theory. If you try it, I would be interested to see what your results are.
In energy device #5,could i connect mor than one ,so that i can get higher voltage?
Have you tried the simple driver does it work and if it does at what frequency I want to replicate please help
May I suggest using a bridge rectifier maybe a Schottky type or silicon carbide diodes as they may be more stable over wide temperatures. I wonder if you used an LC tank circuit fed into a bridge?
it did, thanks!
Isnt this just drawing energy from radio waves? Im not discrediting free energy there is just a lot of fakes out there.
if i desolder the TRSS jack, i can use one of its two mounting through-holes as my video ground, right?since the TRRS "case" is grounded?
yes so true
Thanks for the post. I did have issues using the dd command in Linux. Had to use imagewriter in Windows. All working on a 2TB USB drive. Very happy.
Excuse me, I have a question. Will the reverse voltage spikes not damage the 555 chip?
PLEASE PLEASE, Create a video demonstrating how to create this device and how it works.
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