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Re: TTBrown complete Lab Film Stan Deyo iPhone

Postby mark moody » Sat Aug 22, 2015 8:43 pm

FB,
Charge shifting for directional control can be achieved easily by use of a servo type mechanism.
I am experimenting with this now.
Basically, the negative charge would not change.
Only the positive charge would be made to rotate from left/forward/right by dividing these into quadrants.
Or, if need be for a complete reversal of direction, both charges could be made to rotate via a 180 degree servo that would permit needle like contacts to rotate in a circular manner.
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Re: TTBrown complete Lab Film Stan Deyo iPhone

Postby mark moody » Sat Aug 22, 2015 8:51 pm

Charge Shifting:
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Re: TTBrown complete Lab Film Stan Deyo iPhone

Postby fruitbat » Sat Aug 22, 2015 10:02 pm

I've spent a lot of this week charging stuff up with my toy VDG, and crudely trying to move charges and charged items about, and it's been wonderfully instructive about some of the problems we face with that approach... Still we are putting the cart before the horse somewhat as we have yet to self lift any design...

Incidentally. You might want to take a look at the device in question. IT seems to provide very high voltages indeed, (admittely at miniscule current) FROM 2 AA BATTERIES, and at an all up weight including batteries but excluding the extension piece of 145 grammes...

- For 9.99$!!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Unitech-Toys-Fu ... 3d00d89024

(wish I could buy 'em so cheap). I'm dead keen to take one apart..

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If you put it over a small fly but not close enough to subject it to the full force, it's wings are attracted towards the wand...Flies are remrkably unaffected by electricity, subborn ones that won't let em herd them though an open window get stunned first by the electric tennis racket shaped device optimistically labelled "the executioner". It makes a loud crack when the electric goes though 'em, (and sometimes even a small burning smell!) but the little buggers always seem to be able to get back up again. But at least they lie still for long enough for me to manouever them out though the back door...
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Re: TTBrown complete Lab Film Stan Deyo iPhone

Postby mark moody » Sun Aug 23, 2015 1:23 am

FB,
Remember these from Naudin?
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Look at the size and power output.
Something this size could prove the concept.
After this stage, then proceed to the energy pylon.
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Re: TTBrown complete Lab Film Stan Deyo iPhone

Postby fruitbat » Sun Aug 23, 2015 8:30 am

Absolutely I missed that one Mark! In fact I was beginning to think I was the first person to conceive of a battery powered HV PSU.

Maybe I am still the first to think of bunging them in series (by stacking them vertically) with an optical "enable", so that one can be a good distance away when one fires up the array of 40 I am envisaging building... (one, then four to prove the concept, then the whole enchilada of 40!)

Would you mind bunging me the link to that naudin PSU?

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Re: TTBrown complete Lab Film Stan Deyo iPhone

Postby mark moody » Sun Aug 23, 2015 2:05 pm

FB,
I don't have the link.
But if you go on his site look for: ARDA FLYING WING V2.0. and also ARDA V3.0 POWER ON BOARD TEST.
Sorry,
My IPad would not show me the link.
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Re: TTBrown complete Lab Film Stan Deyo iPhone

Postby Linda Brown » Sun Aug 23, 2015 4:20 pm

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Re: TTBrown complete Lab Film Stan Deyo iPhone

Postby mark moody » Sun Aug 23, 2015 4:36 pm

FB,
You can also Google those words and get the website info.
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Not to worry.
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Re: TTBrown complete Lab Film Stan Deyo iPhone

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Re: TTBrown complete Lab Film Stan Deyo iPhone

Postby fruitbat » Mon Aug 24, 2015 12:32 pm

Sorry for the late reply.
It's been a very busy sunday and monday is looking more of the same.

I am very confident that by using decent quality lipo batteries and a HT transformer which incorporates it's own tripler, frsky radio and hitec mighty feather servo's we could halve the weight of his avionics package.. Using bubble wrap around the naked PCB's rather than the little boxes also reduces weight whilst improving survivability of the electronics. There are new batteries in development in my country I am told that offer a further five fold increase in energy density too...

That's not me being "clever" it's just an indication of how real world accesible technolgy has leapt forwards recently. If you have money to burn buy yourself a hubsan h107D quadcopter (with extra batetries and a decent charger like the hitec x4 mini) and marvel at the functions and performance.
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