Explination


I found out some good info:

  1. The load has to consume more than the input voltage.
  2. The load needs to be one directional.
  3. You need to have a return path for both side of the supply cap.

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The circuit we start with no power

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We charge the driver coil

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The output coil charges the opposite and the base side charges to 0.7 volts less than supply turning off the transistor

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feeding back into the capacitor which as a fluke is greater potential than the supply from the BEMF

It’s all a balancing act power used vs. power gained I currently have it down to where it reads 0 uA on my digital meter set to 2000 uA scale ( reads to one uA )

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