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There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Classifieds:Detroit Magnet Motor Inventor Seeks Gauss Meter - An inventor in Detroit said that on Dec. 1 an all-magnet motor he's been working on began rapidly spinning by the power of magnetism alone. He is looking for someone in the Detroit area who has a gauss meter he could use to test the magnets to see if they are diminishing in strength. (PESWiki Dec. 4, 2009)

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Make Your Own Simple Gauss Meter

On December 23, 2009, jmccoy wrote:

Hi Stirling,

It's hard to understand why someone with the technical ability to build a 'magnetic motor' would be flummoxed about how to measure the strength of the magnets he's using.

Simple gauss meter:

# Fix securely a graduated compass at the outermost point of deviation from the motor magnets.

# Fix securely another magnet at 90 degrees from motor magnet path, carefully positioning it so that the compass needle marks a position 45 degrees between.

# As the motor revolves, the needle will fluctuate of course, but over time, if the motor magnets field is weakening, it will be unable to return to the 45 degree mark.

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