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Re: magnetic quenched triggered gap
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- Date: Sat, 04 Jun 2005 20:04:40 -0600
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Original poster: BunnyKiller <bunikllr@xxxxxxx>
if you want to use magnets... I would look for Hard Drive magnets or the
Neodynium ( spelling??) types ( I think they are the same) speaker
magnets are designed to keep the flux in the center of the core ( donut
hole) of the magnet... they are pretty weak alse where other than the
inside of the hole area.... check Ebay for neodynium magnets... lots of
sellers offering them ... I bought 2 2.5"X1.5" rounds and talk about
powerful!!!! suck the car keys from your pocket at 12" I placed one
on the counter top and it pulled all the steel type kitchen utensiles from
the drawer 4" under the counter top at 3-5 feet, it will screw up the TV
or computer monitor in a hurry... im sure with this type of flux power it
should do something for flux quenching....
Tesla list wrote:
Original poster: "colin heath" <colin.heath4@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
im looking to build a triggered gap and was wondering about the
effectiveness of the magnetic quenched gaps?
what sort of magnets do we need to achieve a good quech in say a 2KW system?
can normal speaker magnets be used or are we talking about high powered
rare earth types?