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Directory:Flynn Parallel Path principle device

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Parts List

Parts List for the PESWiki:Flynn Parallel Path principle device.

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Finished device Feb. 18 version

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Finished device Feb. 20 version

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Parts List

This is a complete list of parts required. Presented by Michael Schuckel, Feb. 20, 2006.

Laminants

You can either get these through canibalizing a transformer, or you can order the laminants new.

The laminates come in “E? and “I? shapes. The “I? shaped laminates are what we need to build this device, so be sure to specify that you want the “I? shaped laminates.

The exact size I used was .75? X 4.125? X .013?. Any laminate close to this size will work. This device requires 180 of these laminates divided in to 4 stacks of 45 each.

The end bars are the same “I? shaped laminates but will need to be cut to length later.

Canibalize an Old Transformer

You will need to find an old transformer, a good size for the transformer would be 5 “ X 5 “ X 5 “. The size is not critical, but the size mentioned here is what I had in the shop to work with.

The transformers can be purchased as surplus.

If a transformer is found you want to look it over before you buy. Do not buy a transformer that is WELDED, you need to find a transformer that is just potted and pressed together. You will need to slowly use a carpet knife and a hacksaw blade to separate the laminates and remove them from the transformer. This will take a lot of time, so if time is not on your side, then buy the laminates from Industries International.

Purchase Laminantes

You can purchase the laminates from Industries International. The web link is http://members.aol.com/indintl/prdidx.htm .

Magnets

The magnets can be any type that measures 4500 gauss or less. I used samarium cobalt magnets in the model I built because I had them in the shop. These magnets are right at 4000 gauss each. I suggest you get ¾’ cube ceramic VIII magnets.

Cheap ceramic magnets

Magnet Wire

I used 80‘of #26 gage magnet wire for each of two windings.

170 foot of 26 gauge magnet wire. This will provide you with enough wire for 2 – 80’ windings.

Strapping Tape

I used 3/4? wide strapping tape to rap the laminates.

Super Glue

2 tubes of thin Super glue.

Wires

Two 18-gauge wires to connect to the magnet wires. One red and one black wire would be preferable.

Equipment

Batteries

Two C size batteries.

Or you can go with a power supply.

Power Supply

You can use two C-size batteries, or you can use a power supply.

Try these sources:

http://www.adleraudio.com/web/mdl/PS32LAB/detail.asp - That's about the best price I have been able to find. A decent supply is going to cost around 100 dollars.

http://www.sportcraftcars.com/prof.power.htm

http://shop.store.yahoo.com/webtronics/3002a.html

http://www.lafayetteradio.com/Power_Supplies/PS32LAB.htm - a decent 5 amp bench supply.

Solder

Solder and soldering gun.

Voltage Regulator

You need to be able to increase and decrease the input voltage to find the place where the effect kicks in.

See also

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- Parallel Path forum

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- Main Page

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