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  • Russel Prier
    Hi Jas-bir, Attached is a drawing of one possible configuration for what you are asking about regarding a capacitor. Some things aree fairly obvious like the
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 10, 2009
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      Hi Jas-bir,

      Attached is a drawing of one possible configuration for what you are asking about regarding a capacitor.
      Some things aree fairly obvious like the voltage rating of the capcitor must be equall to or greater and greater by quite a bit that your working voltage.  The reason for being much greater is that spikes of cosiderable valtage are normally produced by this type of motor and you dont want your cpacitors breaking down too quickly.  As for capacitance trial and error may give you some clues but there is the possibiity that you might also want an inductor in there as well, but then you are getting into fairly complex calculations or design to get the ultimate performance but getting somewhere near it with the right cap will improve the performance noticably.  The switch shown can be a transistor or mosfet and does not have to be a mechanical switch but there is an effiency gain from mechanical switching that you dont get from semiconductor switching in that a free energy pulse is generated everytime the switch opens and the cap will collect this and add it to the overall power of the system.  I hope I have not confused you but been of some help.

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