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Author:  dhpalmer [ Sat Nov 18, 2017 5:36 pm ]
Post subject:  How to power a POV project

Hello All,
My next project is a 3D Globe and I'm considering options for powering the rotating PCB.
I would like to use some sort of rotary transformer to couple AC to the rotating PCB.
This would be the best option as I can also power the PCB with out it turning for development, as opposed to using the turning PCB to generate the power.
I have looked into the idea of using a AC type computer box fan, taking the core out and replacing with a secondary coil.
Any thoughts or ideas on how to do this? Searches on YouTube have not provided any real help.
Thanks!!

Author:  avionicsmaster1958 [ Wed Nov 29, 2017 6:03 am ]
Post subject:  Re: How to power a POV project

How much current do you need? Would these work for you? You can find the inductive part in a larger diameter which might make passing a motorized shaft through the center with globe on top possible.

https://i.ebayimg.com/images/i/23166446 ... l140/p.jpg

Sorry if I misunderstood your desires.

Author:  dhpalmer [ Mon Dec 04, 2017 2:31 am ]
Post subject:  Re: How to power a POV project

avionicsmaster1958 wrote:
How much current do you need? Would these work for you? You can find the inductive part in a larger diameter which might make passing a motorized shaft through the center with globe on top possible.

https://i.ebayimg.com/images/i/23166446 ... l140/p.jpg

Sorry if I misunderstood your desires.

Thanks for the reply. I haven't figured the current let. There will be 32 RGB LEDs plus 8 Red LEDs, not all on all the time of course, plus the PIC to control the thing.
I was hoping to input 117VAC into the input and then use switching supply for output that would reside on the globe PCB.

Where would I find more information on the device in the picture?
Thanks.

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