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Ion Generator Circuits
Last Updated on: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 06:35 AM
 


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Build this Negative Ion Detector -  Figure 1 shows a schematic diagram of the Ion Detector--a rather simple circuit consisting of three transistors (two PN2907 PNP, and a single PN2222 NPN type), three resistors, one capacitor, an antenna, a mA meter, and an LED.... [by Vincent Vollono]
Controlling Stepper Motor with a Parallel Port -  Another chamber was constructed with a large cookie tin similar to the peanut can design above. The performance of this much larger chamber was excellent. A single Coleman lantern mantle nearly "pegged" the output. The background radiation…(added 05/05/05)
Even Cheaper & Simpler Ion Chamber -  Here is a really simple version of the above chamber that is surprisingly sensitive for its simplicity. It uses the same coffee can as above but only one transistor. Here are step-by-step instructions for constructing this really easy-to-build version….(added 04/05/06)
Ion Chamber Bias Supply (Battery Topper) -  After discovering that one of my bias batteries was jumping around a few volts, wreaking havoc with the readings, I decided to build a floating, regulated high voltage supply. The result is a micro-power 110 volt supply that runs on an ordinary 6V lantern.....

Negative Ion Detector -  Figure 1 shows a schematic diagram of the Ion Detector--a rather simple circuit consisting of three transistors (two PN2907 PNP, and a single PN2222 NPN type), three resistors, one capacitor, an antenna, a mA meter, and an LED.... [article by Vincent Vollono]
Negative ion generator -  Schematic only, no circuit description
Negative Ion Generator #2 -  The design of the Negative-Ion Generator is fairly straightforward (see Fig. 1). The circuit is a high voltage generator. It contains a standard 555 timer that's used to generate square-wave pulses. The pulses are applied to the base of the TIP120 NPN Darlington transistor. The Darlington provides sufficient current to the base of the 2N3055 power transistor to turn it on. Each…. [article by John Iovine]
Negative Ion/Static Electricity Detector -  A sensitive detector for static electricity based around a single Field Effect Transistor It can also be used to detect the presence of negative ions, or test a negative ion generator. [Andy Collison]
Static Electricity Detector -  A sensitive detector for static electricity based around a single Field Effect Transistor It can also be used to detect the presence of negative ions, or test a negative ion generator. [Andy Collison]

Ion Generator Circuits

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