Instructables: exploring - technology - induction - popular Wed, 25 Nov 2015 10:33:38 PST BLOX v1.01 7 Uses For an Induction Heating Machine + How to Make One
7 Uses For an Induction Heating Machine + How to Make One - More DIY How To Projects]]> Proto G In this instructable, I will show you how to make an induction heating machine and 7 different applications for it. Induction heating has many practical applications and making one is incredibly simple. First, I will go over the applications and then you can decide if you want to make one of these a...
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Tue, 10 Nov 2015 08:18:16 PST
Bike wheel induction safety light
Bike wheel induction safety light - More DIY How To Projects]]> tom4zs Function:It's a wheel spoke mountable safety light for your bike that doesn't need batteries. Ever. It also has smart on/off function. Light turns on when you start moving and turns of about 5 seconds after you stop moving.Features:No batteries needed. Never end up in dark with your bike.Smart on/of...
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Thu, 2 Jul 2015 03:52:17 PDT
Simple Wireless Power
Simple Wireless Power - More DIY How To Projects]]> CollinCoil1 Make wireless electricity easy with this simple DIY! This project will use the principle of magnetic inductive coupling to transfer electricity between two separate coils. Materials Overall, this experiment does not require too many materials, many of which can be easily acquired.The materials a...
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Thu, 26 Feb 2015 08:15:04 PST
Easy Wireless LEDs
Easy Wireless LEDs - More DIY How To Projects]]> electro18 Yes ! That's right , this instructable will guide you to create your own wireless LED. This instructable is inpired from : Wireless L E D by neelandan ! Thanks for this great instructable !This version uses a more powerful high frequency switching transistor ( BD139 ) so that means now you've got gr...
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Fri, 29 Aug 2014 11:26:10 PDT
The Model 1882 Wireless Telephone
The Model 1882 Wireless Telephone - More DIY How To Projects]]> Mr. Apol The most modern of modern gadgets, the wireless telephone,is actually not so modern after all. Within 6 years of the first American patent for a telephonic device (Alexander Graham Bell, 1876), another researcher discovered a method for sending voice through the air without connecting wires. His na...
By: Mr. Apol

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Fri, 27 Jun 2014 08:12:37 PDT
Asynchronous single-phase motor
Asynchronous single-phase motor - More DIY How To Projects]]> diato556 Sorry, I'm French and my english is not very good. This instructable shows a demonstration of a single-phase asynchronous motor (induction motor). I made some pieces with a metal lathe, but you can customize the implementation using a simple drill and recycled materials (metal, plastic, wood, cardb...
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Fri, 14 Mar 2014 00:58:15 PDT
How To Build A Simple But Powerful Flyback Driver
How To Build A Simple But Powerful Flyback Driver - More DIY How To Projects]]> Plasmana Tired of little purple sparks? Want bigger hotter sparks? Then try:  The ZVS Flyback Driver It is probably the most powerful and efficient flyback transformer driver that was fairly recently invented by Vladmiro Mazilli. It uses resonant zero voltage switching (also know as ZVS) to drive the flyba...
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Wed, 2 Jun 2010 02:58:10 PDT
30 kVA Induction Heater
30 kVA Induction Heater - More DIY How To Projects]]> bwang IntroductionInduction heaters are used to heat conductive materials in a non-contact process. Commercially, they are used for heat treating, brazing, soldering, etc., as well as to melt and forge iron, steel, and aluminum. This Instructable will walk you through the construction of a high-power (30k...
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Mon, 2 Apr 2012 01:05:04 PDT
Wireless Power
Wireless Power - More DIY How To Projects]]> robotkid249 Quarter of a million views, thanks everyone! The power cord, I know you hate it. Sometimes, you just want to cut it apart! Well say goodbye to your power cords, because with the power of inductive coupling your device will not need to be connected metal to metal. Seemlessly your device can be charg...
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Wed, 6 May 2009 15:31:01 PDT