Charging By Induction

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p75213 posted this 24 September 2018

This device doesn't use POC but it is interesting to analyze all the same. I think the principle of operation is charging by induction. 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/GoldenAgeofGans/permalink/2050100268621948/

This is as close as I can get with a schematic. The diode bridge connects to one plate of the capacitor only. The load is applied between the spark gap and ground (I think). He says there is a full wave bridge rectifier (I've just put a single diode) on the negative side of the pancake coil to ground. The magnetic field from the capacitor plate will cause a voltage drop on the pancake coil.

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Chris posted this 24 September 2018

Hey P,

An interesting concept, one we have visited in part before.

A spark Gap can be thought of as a very fast switch. 

If anyone tries this, be very careful around the Diode Bridge, looks to be a dead short there.

   Chris

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