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Old 01-05-2008, 04:59 PM
Schpankme Schpankme is offline
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So different batteries can indeed "absorb" different amount of energy too, as Bedini has stated he uses four on the output. - Elias
Solid State Infinite Power Supply (IPS) from Ossie Callanan

Jean-Louis Naudin has replicated the IPS device (2004) and conducted some tests and measurements. The inventor claims that his device is able to power a 220V/15 Watts light bulb with two 12V lead acid batteries as the power source without discharging these batteries...

* During at least 4 hours and half, the voltage of the two batteries used as power sources remains very stable,

* During 4 hours and half, the voltage of the battery B2 has only dropped of (12.84V - 12.63V) = 0.21V ( -1.6% ) and the voltage of the battery B2 has only dropped of (12.86V - 12.50V) = 0.36V ( -2.8% ) while one ampere is drawn from each battery and the light bulb brights fully at the IPS output.

* During the full test ( 7 hours 20 min ), the voltage of the battery B2 has only dropped of (12.84V - 12.58V) = 0.26V ( -2% ) and the voltage of the battery B2 has only dropped of (12.86V - 11.51V) = 1.35V ( -10.5% ). It is important to notice that the battery B1 is a new battery while the battery B2 is an old battery.

* The intensity of the light emitted by the light bulb connected at the IPS output has never apparently dropped during the whole test.

After these series of IPS tests, I can only say that the Ossie Callanan's IPS device works at least as an efficient Power Inverter. Thanks to Ossie Callanan for sharing free his invention for the benefit of all.

You will find below the current tests results :
Solid State Infinite Power Supply (IPS) from Ossie Callanan tested by Jean-Louis Naudin

- Schpankme
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