The GAP Generator
With no moving parts
Electricity for the future

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Part of update May 2017

The GAP Generator with no moving parts

The GAP Generator
With no moving parts
Electricity for the future

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The GAP Generator
For those who would like to duplicate The GAP Generator with no moving parts

The GAP Generator with no moving parts is very easy to duplicate. I have very detailed video instructions for doing so. I want to thank Steve Wilkes of Niantic, Connecticut for the idea.

To download any of the videos, or other files, to your computer do the following. Without watching the video, right click on the link to the video you want, select Save Target As, choose the folder where you want it stored on your computer, and it will download.

1. Click here to watch duplication video instructions

2. Click here to for a good demonstration of polarity changing in the coils.

3. Click here for photo of CTC 2601 controller.

4. Click here for photo of 2601 input & output connections.

5. Click here for 2601 manual in pdf format.

6. Click here for Quickstep manual in pdf format.

7. Click here for Quickstep instruction video.

8. Click here to watch video of tools for handling magnets.

9. Click here to see MSDOS disk with Quickstep.

10. Click here to see 1500 watt heating element.

11. Click here to see forklift light.

12. Click here to watch coil being made.

13. Click here to view schematic.

14. Click here for drawing of 30 ohm coil end cap.

15. Click here for drawing of core for 30 ohm coil.

16. Click here for photo of Idec power supply.

17. Click here for photo of capacitor used on relay contacts.

18. Click here for video showing oscilloscope set-ups and probe locations.

Let me know what you think.

Art

 

A Truth About Electric Motors.

They don't operate on electricity. They run on magnetism. The magnetism they run on is produced by electricity.

Like a battery stores electricity, a permanent magnet stores magnetism. Unlike a battery, it's possible the magnet may never run down. 

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