i have been doing some work on this and here is what i have come up with... please give your thoughts.
Charging Chokes (614/615) 430F/FR 36 A WG (.006) stainless steel (s/s) wire
RE: VIC Matrix Circuit Memo WFC 426
Stanley A. Meyer 7-5
equals 60 micro ohms per centimeter;
just found this doc and it had the 60 micro ohms per centimeter stated in the datasheet. that is cool! http://www.hmwire.com/New%20PDFs/Stainless_Steel_430_Alloy.pdf
it also has a magnetic permeability of 800... that's interesting...
now from the ss 430 wire i have from the estate, (thanks don!!!!)...
so in the patents... for the inductors...
(typically .004 Ga. or
it looks like .003" bare and .004 with coating... give or take .0005 as it is between... that's about 38awg bare... (copper chart.) my calipers are cheep but accurate. i would say this wire may have triple build but my calipers may just not be that accurate. as Stan stated it was double build... i also can not solder the ss wire... but it may need more heat...???
also, i measure 16.4 ohms per foot. on the ss wire. so thats 707.31 foot per choke coil... to get 11.6k wow! its small wire but man!
now as far as primary and secondary... there are some problems with picking the correct wire...
here are some quotes for the primary... :
that is between 20 - 21 awg bare and matches 21 awg heavy build.
22 A WG (.028) copper wire equals 5.1933 ohms per pound weight
that is .028 matches 21 awg bare and really close to 22awg heavy build. and for weight/ohms it matches best with 21 awg...
also a quote from the diagram 6-1 " Dual Primary coil 30 GA. magnet wire bidirectional wrapped" ... this is the only place i have found that primary has 2 coils... as tony stated its for the feed back... so the feed back is also 30GA. ??? seems odd. i think it may just be 2 primary's and they need to be connected some how... "bidirectional wrapped" that's opposite direction?
on now for the secondary:
35 A WG (.007) copper wire equals 13K ohms
per pound weight
35 AWG is .0055 bare and .067 for heavy build... but matches best to 38AWG for LB/Ohms...
typically .002 Ga. magnet wire
thats between awg 43 and 44 bare and between 46 and 47 for heavy build... hahaha now im confused...
i need help picking wire... and also the coating... what build of coating uses
solderable Nysol (Polyurethane Nylon Jacket) insulation enamel coating as a electrical
shield-material ... all dielectric coatings having an effective 3KV per mil dielectric value and formulated
specifically to endure automotive temperature range from _ 40 0 to 1550 C.
i find this to be the material.. but can not find the
effective 3KV per mil dielectric value
can some one find what build will be this dielectric strength???
here is the materialhttp://www.hmwire.com/polyurethanenylon180.html
Automotive coils, Specialty power transformers
and lastly my modifications to the bobbins... :
the cores don sent me did not fit. so i decided to mill the edges so it fit. will not heart anything... fits well.
and for the inner square part i took a 3/4" steal bar stock. milled the end till it was razor sharp and just pushed it in to the bobbin... was surprised it cut like butter... and clean edges... that's really lucky for the UHMW and bobbin thickness i have... lol nice fit now!!! off to getting wire sizes and warping the ss wire...
the top is just setting on there and yes the cores will need to be installed correctly...
thank to all for everything and the help and feedback and thank god for the willingness to press on and keep my head on straight! :)
God bless and blessings to all!
Video on the Vic bobbin and core https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzaibn90Dls