ZFM Advanced Explorations – Page 5 anxiety attack meaning in urdu

During ron anoxic brain injury recovery stories cole’s association with john bedini a number of very interesting motors and control circuits were produced. This collaboration yielded the bipolar switching circuit (depicted in prior post) and other enhancements. One of the enhancements was the adder circuit to collect the "counter EMF" as described by cole. A better description may be that the terms are not that well nanoxia ncore defined. It appears, at least to this writer, that the circuit may just be collecting the extra potential created by the inductive collapse upon the removal of power from the coil circuit before the polarity reversal – correct me if I am wrong here. So, it may not be a true BEMF recycling circuit, but an inductive spike collection method.


The semantics here can be rehashed by others and corrected as need be. Of more consequence is the impact on motor performance.

The additional circuit is essentially a diode bridge, whose sole purpose is to collect this collapse of potential social anxiety meaning in hindi during coil power off and to transform it into a usable form that can be injected back into the ZFM’s coil power circuit. All in all, an interesting conjecture. Question is whether this does indeed work and, more importantly, can it be used to jack up the performance of the ZFM anxiety attack what to do??

It is of interest that in parallel mode the 2 wire output from the cole circuit was 2 to 4 volts anoxia cerebral consecuencias higher than the combined input voltage from the bipolar switch – for a 24.5 V power supply voltage, the total coil voltage potential would equal 49.0 volts, but the cole circuit output would read 52 volts. This split output was fed into the transistors.

The last post presented preliminary data and performance of the ZFM utilizing the R cole CEMF circuit. Inserted below social anxiety disorder testimonials are four pics that depict the oscope graphs for voltage (yellow trace) and amperage (blue trace) under a no load condition. The timing here is ~55 degrees advance from the coil end/center of the rotor neo interface. The ZFM is being powered by 2 LAB’s in series for both consecutive test configurations. These tests are in coil parallel mode.

The third pic displays the parallel run w/ the cole circuit at 24 volts at 8800 RPM and 1.67A, while the fourth pic presents the hypoxic brain injury treatment BEMF graph. When the cole CEMF circuit is activated the major voltage spikes during operation are reduced to a maximum of about 55 volts. The remainder of the graph appears very similar to the w/o CEMF pic. Now the last pic of the hypoxic anoxic injury BEMF trace is radically different and demonstrates the impact of the rectifier bridge and the 4uf capacitor anxiety attack meaning in tagalog. Certainly this can be further smoothed by raising the value of the capacitor.

In conclusion the very tight gap between the rotor and coil along with the stronger neo’s does markedly improve the torque characteristics of the ZFM. The most recent tests in series mode clearly show that the ideal advance for the motor ranges around 45 to 50 degrees. A test run on feb 7 at 24 volts showed the torque curve to be stable from a no load speed of 4500 RPM at 0.58A hypoxic brain injury mri findings down to 2100 RPM at 1.57A with a 615 gram load. Nominal efficiency output/input of 26% without the CEMF circuit (new bipolar switch board is on its way).

Increasing the voltage to 36v will improve the torque and efficiency to 30%. It has been demonstrated that efficiencies of over 40% can be achieved with various severe anoxic brain injury recovery timing, rotor and neo configurations for the twin coil 4 neo rotor ZFM. The total impact of the cole CEMF circuit, from the small test sample, appears to add about a 10% performance improvement.