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can the coils on an inductor overlap?

im building an inductor from an iron rod and some wire. the problem im having is that i cannot fit enough turns on the rod to get the results i require. will it still work if i layer the coils?


yes, you can wind multi-layer coils
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Yes. It's best to wind the turns evenly, that is, neatly. The wire MUST be insulated, and not even one turn must be allowed to touch another without the insulation intact. Enamelled copper wire is what you need, and it must be of a size that can carry the current you intend to use.

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