I will try to post the picture of my newest TPU. Yes, I did it somehow.
The picture is "Cold TPU" and youre the first to see it.
The stainless steel core is not shown. The core is cutted in quarters.
Over this cores is a colltector of 9 turns lamp cable but connected in series, the 2 strands, so I have 18 turns lamp cable for my collector.
The coils are wound with a 0,35mm diameter copper wire. CW direction 40 turns, CCW 60 turns....this 60 turns are a long story....
The output transformer is from a blown PC power supply. Its always the biggest transformer in such a power supply.
Now the big surprise, at least for me:
When this TPU is pulsed, its COLD!!!! The controls are cold, the output transformer is cold and there is NO MAGNETIC FIELD!!!
I pulsed this TPU yesterday with a totally wrong frequency mix and from my power supply I got 20V and over 7 amperes!!! The TPU was cold!!!!
Now a question for all of you. Whats going on in my TPU???
I know there will be questions. Im here.
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