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« on: August 21, 2019, 05:55:32 am »
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Hi
I would like to know something about a pi: TANGRA pulse force. A friend would like to sell it to me but the 130 x 130 cm coil is heavy and difficult to handle.
I do not know the specifications of this detector (resistance of coils, inductance etc...) because their site is silent on this subject.
Before buying it I would like to be sure that I could make a small coil of +- 20 cm in diameter or more. I have measured the large coil but the connector with the device is composed of 5 outputs and not of 2 only:
5 1
4 2
3
The measurements are as follows:

1-2= 0.6 ohm 1-3= 0 1-4= 2.2 1-5= 2.2
2-3= 0 2-4= 2.1 2-5= 2.1 3-4= 0 3

I would like to make a coil with 2 outputs (for example between 1-4 or 1-5) of 2.2 ohm
minimum. Is it feasible or do I have to connect all 5 outputs?
Thank you in advance for your help.

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