After trying many combination of pawls on the electromagnetic clock and not being satisfied with
the results. I came up with the idea as shown on the video. I redesigned the two pawls and reprinted them. As you can see I added a 3mm screw to each pawl. The top pawl screw can be adjusted to only
allow the pawl to stay engaged in the ratchet wheel for just a portion of pendulum swing and then the pawl disengages. As the pendulum swings back the top paw can ride on the 3mm screw head of the bottom pawl. This screw is also adjustable to prevent the top pawl from dropping into the second tooth on the ratchet wheel. The weight on the bottom pawl is a magnet only because it was the right size and weight. This weight allows the bottom pawl to pull back the ratchet wheel. Moving the pendulum by hand, adjust the top screw until the ratchet wheel allows the bottom pawl to drop behind the ratchet wheel tooth. The amplitude of the pendulum is no longer a problem, low batteries or fresh ones.
I have this modification on both of my EM clocks and they are keeping very good time.