Accutron 214 running with my rewound coil

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A 214 movement running with my cell-side coil (the one on the right). On the first try I didn't get either resistance very close to what I wanted (I got 1.91k, 7.40k with 1850 and 5500 turns respectively, and wanted 2.2k, 6.0k) and the current consumption is a little on the high side. I will experiment with the number of turns. I should probably use the unspooler to measure the wire length, instead of the coil itself, because the diameter on the spool of wire changes very little, but the diameter of the Accutron coil changes a lot as winding progresses. (Click for more pixels)

This 0.015mm wire is about 1 ohm/cm!


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