are a few photos of the assembly so far along with scans
of the schematic and board layout for the driver circuit.
Click each image for a closeup look. Please be mindful
that this is a work in progress. As such, what you see
here may not always be up-to-the-minute. Keeping this
web site up to date takes time. I will get to it when
I can. Here also is a direct link to my YouTube
Muller Motor Playlist. It's all there.
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sink insulator detail
is my first public release of the Arduino sketch created
for us by Hydrtec. Enjoy!
download, right-click then Save As. This program is
provided AS-IS, released free of charge under the terms
of the GNU GPLv3 free software license. It is supplied
without any warranty, expressed or implied. Under no
circumstance shall ZeroFossilFuel, Hydrtec or any one
else associated with this program be liable for any
damages, direct or indirect, resulting from the use
of this program. By downloading this program you signify
your consent to the terms of GPLv3 in its entirety and
agree to be bound by them.
People have been asking where to find this. Above is the copy
of the pdf with construction details created by Stephan Hartmann
To save, right click the link and click "Save link as".
Below are the sources I used for the parts in my build
no longer stocked???)
Magnet wire from Planet
Engineers (also available from Applied less/ft but
only in full 11lb spools)
Schottky diodes (1N5819) off ebay from Mad
96mm x 12mm ferrite cores off ebay from Anonalouise(Sold out within a week of my posting
this link. Sorry.)
5' length of 1/2" PEX pipe for bobbins locally from Home
3/32" acrylic for bobbins also from Home depot
SS hardware, Goop Marine adhesive, etc locally from ACE Hardware
and/or Sears Hardware
DC/DC switching supply I had laying around.
7/8" O.D. x 5/16" I.D. ball bearings I also had
in my parts drawers.
Transistors, resistors & perf board I have parts drawers
full of. Can be had from Radio Shack or by mail order.
I use Mouser
a lot. There's also DigiKey, Newark, etc.