Schematics Multi-Verse Resonator Construction Details


Einstein

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I've been working on my Multi-Verse Resonator. I updated the sensor coil to Gibbs newer style caduceus coil. Right after I did that I was able to get a stick type reaction during tuning. So I decided to go through the entire project and redo the old wiring, and also construct a bottom cover for the copper pyramid. Thus covering up all the exposed wiring underneath. Well, I completed the update making the device less prone to accidentally electrocute me. Of course now after the update I no longer get the stick reaction. But I did record the position of all the dials when I did. So at least I now have dial settings to use. I have a few pictures to share for those of you interested. The copper pyramid is the defining feature of the MVR. And I have not seen anyone else post pictures other than Patrick Murphy who is the guy that I modeled my MVR after.

Here is an updated schematic I made to reflect the current design I am using:
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A couple of pics showing all the necessary holes cut out:
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Here is a pic of the modifications I made to allow a bottom cover to be attached:
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Here is one showing all components installed with a plexiglass bottom cover.
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And the final two pics showing a completed MVR:
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Einstein

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Shiny object! :eek::confused::D
I did check out the scope patterns on this yesterday. At the cost of losing another channel off my 4 channel PC scope. I'm down to 2 channels left.

Across the electromagnet there is a full sine wave pattern. After the electromagnet to the AC return there is the bottom half of a chopped sine wave. However what is there is very narrow. Flipping on the capacitor changes the waveform slightly. The waveform for the reversed voltage back to the electromagnet was interesting. It is mostly the upper half of a chopped sine wave with about 1/4 of the wave below zero reference. The dials change the voltage span of the waveform from 3 to 4 volts. And there is no waveform at all across the caduceus coil. Just flat line.
 

Physics vs Jaden

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I think I would prefer a "V" pattern rather then a wave, if that's even possible on this project.
 

Martian

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Shiny object! :eek::confused::D
I did check out the scope patterns on this yesterday. At the cost of losing another channel off my 4 channel PC scope. I'm down to 2 channels left.

Across the electromagnet there is a full sine wave pattern. After the electromagnet to the AC return there is the bottom half of a chopped sine wave. However what is there is very narrow. Flipping on the capacitor changes the waveform slightly. The waveform for the reversed voltage back to the electromagnet was interesting. It is mostly the upper half of a chopped sine wave with about 1/4 of the wave below zero reference. The dials change the voltage span of the waveform from 3 to 4 volts. And there is no waveform at all across the caduceus coil. Just flat line.
Very interesting! Thank you. :) Sorry to hear about your oscilloscope though.
 

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Shiny object! :eek::confused::D
I did check out the scope patterns on this yesterday. At the cost of losing another channel off my 4 channel PC scope. I'm down to 2 channels left.

Across the electromagnet there is a full sine wave pattern. After the electromagnet to the AC return there is the bottom half of a chopped sine wave. However what is there is very narrow. Flipping on the capacitor changes the waveform slightly. The waveform for the reversed voltage back to the electromagnet was interesting. It is mostly the upper half of a chopped sine wave with about 1/4 of the wave below zero reference. The dials change the voltage span of the waveform from 3 to 4 volts. And there is no waveform at all across the caduceus coil. Just flat line.
Excellent posting Einstein :)..Maybe the "flat line" means another scope channel is "dead"..(my bad humour mate lol )
 

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