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Hey,I have been trying to levitate my objects from last 6 months and none of my efforts is successful yet, I matched the schematic in your project with mine and I am pretty sure it's same....I am attaching the pictures of all the components I used. I also tried by varying the weight from 10-80 grams (excluding the weight of magnet discs) with the increment of 5 grams.The power supply I am using is 12v 5A.The size of the cylindrical neodymium disc is 14.5*2.5 mm. I also tried by combining 2 and more neodymium disc ( at most 6 neodymium discs together ).I used L7805CV instead of LM7805 and LMD18201T instead of LMD18201.The hall effect sensor, I am using is 95A 501. I am really curious to levitate some objects, and thanks for this instructable
Thanks for the reply!!I tried that also, by adding more magnets and by decreasing number of magnets,weight of each magnet is 15g.Magnets flutter at some point but if i move near to the electromagnet they stick each other,magnets only flutter at a distance and if i remove my hand it falls down.
Thanks for the amazing instructable!!But I am not able to float my neodymium magnet ,there is a vibration in the magnet whenever it approaches near to electromagnet.The magnet either attracts to electromagnet or rel it on changing the magnet sides.Do we need to calculate the size of neodymium magnet according to our electromagnet?Please do tell me the other possibilities of solving this problem.
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