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I need a help on this circuit, on the pinouts of 2n6520, IRFD9024, IRF5305 & MCR25. Do help me how this circuit will work.

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Hi,

It's not very clear what you are showing. Are you showing them as Pins 1, 2 and 3 from left to right?
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It seems like you're missing some high-side drivers.
 

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the best way to get the pinouts is from the manufacturer's data sheet
watch for top view or bottom view

why are you using four different devices?
usual is four identical switching transistors,
or two identical on high side and two identical on low side
 

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Also I am wondering what is driving the gate of the SCR and the base of the 2N6520. I can't seem to find the driving signals for those.
 

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The link video is for the above circuit, I want to make the same.
 

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Hi,

It's not very clear what you are showing. Are you showing them as Pins 1, 2 and 3 from left to right?
--- Updated ---

It seems like you're missing some high-side drivers.
Hi Akanimo

This is the YouTube link for the above circuit
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the best way to get the pinouts is from the manufacturer's data sheet
watch for top view or bottom view

why are you using four different devices?
usual is four identical switching transistors,
or two identical on high side and two identical on low side
hi

the below video shows the above circuit

 

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i watched the video
it shows a finished device that appears to be operating
since it isn't clear what its supposed to do, it isn't clear that it works

it provides no information on the circuit or the components

the guy who posted the video gives a website and an email address for questions and help
maybe you should try that
 

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i watched the video
it shows a finished device that appears to be operating
since it isn't clear what its supposed to do, it isn't clear that it works

it provides no information on the circuit or the components

the guy who posted the video gives a website and an email address for questions and help
maybe you should try that
Hi Bro

this is a magnetic pulser circuit. The attached is the circuit diagram since I’m replying from my phone I can post only the screen shot.which I downloaded from his website.I tried reaching him but no luck. Can you help on this ?
 

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Hi,

Pinout and schematic:
The pinout has nothing to do with schematic.
Thus the given schematic is no true schematic. It is a mixture.
In a schematic there are standardized symbols for transistors, amplifiers, resistors, capacitors and have nothing to do with the physical package.

There may be pin numbers - just for reference - but there is no need that the order of the numbers are according the package.

Klaus
 

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The MOSFETs have source and drain flipped, the PNP transistor has all pins wrong. Supply voltage should go to emitter terminal, R12 to base.
 

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The MOSFETs have source and drain flipped, the PNP transistor has all pins wrong. Supply voltage should go to emitter terminal, R12 to base.
Many thanks for the response bro. You mean to say R12 should go to base ? In the base there is already R13 is connected with led.
 

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The circuit is supposed to use very powerful magnetic pulses to clean your blood of viruses and pathogens better than drinking Lysol!
The author says he is a "spiritualist" which might be a Wanna-Be Quack doctor.
 

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The circuit is supposed to use very powerful magnetic pulses to clean your blood of viruses and pathogens better than drinking Lysol!
The author says he is a "spiritualist" which might be a Wanna-Be Quack doctor.
Exactly 😎
 

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