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Subject: Re: Changes to my Lehman sensor
From: Dave Nelson dave.nelson@...............
Date: Wed, 08 Apr 2009 06:43:47 +1000
having iron in that area within the field of the magnet is=
not a good idea
you would be much better off to use brass if you didnt want to use=
I also notice from your photo's that your pickup wire from the coil
a rather heavy looking wire will also affect the movement of the arm. The=
practice, if a person insists of putting the coil on the arm, is to=20
heavier wire at the pivot end of the arm and to use VERY FINE from that=20
termination, say 24-28 SWG enamelled wire wound in a loose coil say ~ 5=
of pencil/ pen diameter, then terminate that fine wire on the base of the=
and then run heavier wire again to the electronics.
I can almost guarantee that the way you have taken your wire off the arm=20
a serious effect on the free movement of the arm!
At 07:32 PM 4/7/2009 +0000, you wrote:
>I belive that I found the last problem (according to the idea). The last
>problem is the alunium rod that I have used as an arm. I belive that it
>was too soft to work properly and because of that I didn't behave
>I am going to replace it with iron based arm and there is going to be a
>steel based end on it. I hope that gives me the resault that I want.
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