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iductive pickups

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gunny

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looking for a few schematics of various inductive pickups other then clamping a wire with a aligator clip ya know (tends to cut my ignition wire after a while)...simplier the better dont wont to spend a fortune in magnets..thanks guys
 

Gene

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I'm afraid you will need to be a little clearer. Inductive pick-ups are used in many applications in electronics. I sounds like you are trying to build a distributor for an automobile or a magneto for a small engine. Give us a little hint.
 

gunny

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yepper its for just what you said magnetos or auto ignitions, but not trying to build just want to tap into some of the energy...any high energy outputs that i can condition the output if needed...( i know its based on the perpendicular current force but still a mystery to me)... any quick thoery or quick drawings would help.......thanks
 

Phasor

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Hmmm, a bit tricky, this one. It all depends on what you want to do with it. You say you want high energy - high voltage or high current? What is it's final purpose?
 

gunny

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im gonna feed it into flip/flops, counters, dvm's, and anything else that i can think of and make my own timing guns.....so i just need the basic concept of the pickup clip....
 
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