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Chinese 1800 Watt Induction heater, 10 minute stress test at 1500W

This test is being run at 36VDC and everything stays cool over a course of 10 minutes, I would say it can run stable at this power input. The 5 minute test at 40VDC showed resonant capacitors heating up. Test … Continue reading

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2200 Watt server power supply for induction heating

A new 2200 Watt power supply made from server power supplies, and with steady cameras 🙂 Test of it in a long induction heater run is being edited and will come online in a few days

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Chinese 1800 Watt Induction heater, 5 minute stress test

5 minute stress test at full power. 1800 Watt peak input power.

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2000 Watt laptop charger for induction heating

I built my first experimental cheap power supply for the 1800 Watt induction heater and it was a great success! 12 laptop chargers put together for 40V 51A. See the induction heater here: http://kaizerpowerelectronics.dk/induction-heating/unboxing-a-chinese-1800-watt-induction-heater/

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Unboxing a Chinese 1800 Watt Induction heater

I finally got around to get the IH out of the box and repair it, here is part 1 of a series of videos on this IH. This is a 1800 Watt Induction heater that I bought from ebay at … Continue reading

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Hacking the IKEA 2000 Watt induction stove, measurements (part 2)

Youtube video part 2 of 5 The second part of the series of maybe 5 chapters on tearing down and hacking a IKEA 2000 Watt induction stove is now published. Click the box below to read the whole article and … Continue reading

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Hacking the IKEA 2000 Watt induction stove, teardown (part 1)

The first part of a series of maybe 5 chapters on tearing down and hacking a IKEA 2000 Watt induction stove is now online. Click the box below to read the whole article and get all the details. Hacking IKEA … Continue reading

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Hacking IKEA 2kW induction hob

Introduction IKEA had their single stand alone induction stove on sale for 40 Euro and that was cheap enough to buy it only to take it apart and possibly destroy it during experiments. Perhabs this could be a quick and … Continue reading

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Royer induction heater

Published 18. January 2013. Updated 21. March 2019. Introduction The Mazilli ZVS flyback driver is well-known throughout the high voltage community for its simplicity and ability to deliver 20-50 kV at high currents for a flyback transformer. About one and … Continue reading

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Royer induction heater – first test

This is the first test run of a royer induction heater running at 650 Watt, there is heavy voltage sag on the DC supply. The heated bolt is a M10x20mm. More to come when improvements are carried out. Read the … Continue reading

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