exchemist Posted May 25, 2017 Report Share Posted May 25, 2017 (edited) it is not a led bulb...... it is a 75 W 230 V bulb......we are not losing time.....time is precious....2 coils 40 ohms each....neodymyum sphere 30 mm Dc motor 4 V it is simple....all is matter is the positionmetal case pot - sphere - between the poles. thx stYou mean you have a 4V motor spinning a neodymium sphere and producing 75W at 230V? Is that right? If so you have a 19Amp current through the 4V motor. (W=Vi, remember.) This will burn most 4V motors out instantly. Something is wrong here. Can you provide details of the energy balance? Or are you just another perpetual motion crank? Edited May 25, 2017 by exchemist Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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