RE: [wuhu_software_group] Simple Static electricity detector
How does this work with thunder storms? I am in Orlando where Central Florida in the lighting capital of USA.
So I find this interesting.
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Subject: [wuhu_software_group] Simple Static electricity detector
I make a simple static electricity detector ,i want to know at thunderstorm what it show :D
I decided to put telescopic antenna for better ,the battery i stick with warm glue
The original concept and design it is from here ,but i use another JFET tranzistor
http://www.amasci. com/emotor/ chargdet. html
http://www.youtube. com/watch? v=D_PB_PShgVc
Photos down side
http://users. otenet.gr/ ~meteo/fieldmete r.html
Best regards from Greece
http://users. otenet.gr/ ~meteo/index. html
- That is very interesting!!! That would be very neat if we could start predicting thunderstorms with that!!
Thanks for sharing again!!
LarryOn Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 11:18 AM, petros0022 <petros0022@...> wrote:
Incredible i do not believe it,today we have thunderstorm 80-100 km west from Athens ,and i see change at ìÁ at multimeter ,i wait the range it was 10-20 km but it is very very more I must found a way to up load the data to net ,i thought a multimeter with pc conection .
You can see the video ,you observe at 0,19 second 0,32 s and 0,55 s the up-down ìA ,at the rest 3 min it is stable at 720-730 ìA.
Satellite picture print screen
All the concept it is my web site