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  1. I have read through the article and there are vital parts missing to make it complete. I must have less than
  2. Why not a capacitor? Why buy expensive batterys that require maintenance and have a limited life span? For better performance start with the very basic like the wiring. Instead of thin long wires with crocodile clips and wiring that looks more like a birds nest try to use a little thicker and shorter wires and soldered or screwed connections. This will make the projects look a bit more serious and certainly much more efficient. There are three things working against a project like this, the friction against air, the mechanical friction, and earth gravity. You can
  3. Yes, a bigger heatsink is a good suggestion the mosfets are normally not very easy to smoke but sometimes you succeed 8). As I mentioned in your other thread (which I read before this one) I have a circuit in a notebook somewhere, and I will find it (I hope) and let you know. I remember this circuit to be very efficient (no heat) and rigid. I am beginning to get a picture of you, no hair on top is a start ;D. If using a PWM circuit and run it at full power during longer periods it
  4. Moved from earlier thread: From where should this energy possibly come? The increase in the battery voltage does not say anything about regenerating energy. I can think of a number of reasons why the voltage increases, one is that during acceleration of the motor the current is higher than when the rpm has stabilized this will naturally let the battery regain it
  5. Try this Rhonn: http://www.conexant.com/support/md_winxpinfo.html#q1
  6. Rhonn, I think Audioguru just described it very careful. Do you have needs for this kind of charger? Got a lot of static and thunderstorms were you live? Have you ever heard of Benjamin Franklin? All you need is a long cupper wire and a kite, don
  7. Sceptic, yes absolutely. Basic rules: You can
  8. You say the 555 get hot, I must ask (with the risk of being rude): is the 2N3055 correctly connected? I think maybe you need a resistor at the base, how is the load connected? The 555 can at 12V with output high sink lots of current trough the emitter diode and load (if any) to ground. This can be the reason for the heat.
  9. OK, lets see.. if you want to experiment with electronics you need some equipment. We have established that you own a multimeter, what else have you got so far?
  10. What do you say about this? http://www.angelfire.com/ak/egel/capcharg.html Can there be an ounce of truth in this, or is it all bull?
  11. Well, then at least you can check your resistors. Maybe your capacitors to if are lucky enough to own a multimeter with a range for these also. When checking your resistors it is a great opportunity to learn the color code to if your not already a master of it.
  12. Audioguru, His name was ROY 8) and the song was
  13. Amazing stuff here, have a look: http://www.dazyweblabs.com/shannonsoft/page3.html
  14. GPG, Is it possible still to get these IC s in this millennium? ;D
  15. Guys, About the formula, I have seen 1mm/1kV at normal humidity (whatever that is).
  16. I am glad that you are recovering from the flu. I am going to read the article (your link) to get an opinion of the idea. About the residual voltage, it should be easy to have a shutdown of the pulses at the same time as the engine stops for any reason. This could be accomplished in many different ways depending on the engine and it
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