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Old 09-25-2012, 09:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Farmhand View Post
I don't "want" him to do anything in particular. I just said what my opinions are.

But I do get what you are saying, If the machine gets to a point where it
begins to self sustain then this is one of the things I would try to do to show it,
please bear with me.

I understand a load may be needed to get to a point where extra energy can
be shown. So if the load is the same as the video, with 1 kW input and almost
3 kW output with the machine running. Then simply remove loads starting with
the grinder then the heater then the light globes one by one until the meter
reads close to zero Watts input. When the meter reads zero Watts input and
a load is running then we could see it was being powered for free, as plain as
the nose on a face.

If the machine is driving the generator faster than the synchronous speed it
should be able to show output to it's power supply, with no external load.

I don't want to sound like a broken record or make accusations but the heater
could have it's heater element disconnected and be only powering the
fan/gearbox for movement.

I always get suspicious when power rating stickers are shown rather than
power measurements.

Sorry my wording isn't always the best.

There are various screens for this Voltcraft Energy Monitor 3000.

I have difficulty making it out in the video.

I notice the video quality is only 480p too.

Would 30 x 100 watt bulbs be better with the monitor next to them so they can all be removed and then put in one by one?

I can donate some money for this purpose.

Some hydroponics grow film attached to the walls too as it is 95% reflective. This will improve the video quality immensely.

I would like to capture the wheel from a sidewards shot with a decent camera so the movement can be seen in slow motion too.

Just some ideas to throw into the pot.

I have a 600w metal halide bulb and ballast I can donate, but the ballast weighs loads. It would probably be cheaper to order one from Russia!

Mikhail states that this prototype 11 is capable of 10kw.

I bet a 10kw generator isn't cheap!
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