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Old 12-20-2017, 12:19 AM
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new figures are in.

With the old inverter and the corn cob light bulb baseline
test I am getting a .02 per hour drop straight to the battery.

When hooked up to the split positive running 2 boosters i am getting
a .04 volt drop per hour which is double the normal inverter to battery.

This is what I would have expected in the very beginning using an
inverter as a 3 battery generator.

So here is what i have tested. I have used 4 different inverters, various
sized battery packs and all kinds of loads and in a period of weeks
conditioning batteries, at no time have I ever seen an extended runtime.

My true deep cycle batteries are nothing like the capacitor type batteries
suggested so these must be the obstacle.


All we need do is to watch Wantomake as he has been following this
thought for far longer than I have. At no time has he reported any extra
and instead we see the way to getting the excess is to run a motor
(modified) to a generator (modified) back to the batteries.

This is the only way I can see recorded as a practical setup to run some
lights in his shop.

I will continue testing by staying around a 30 min to an hour test.

My batteries will be flooded with alum on the charge battery first then
the run battery next. I also have some new gel cells so there will be no
excuse.

Next we will explore the multiple inverter to multiple packs to see if I
can reuse the same energy 3x. However i did consider the higher load
tests to be better than the low powered tests.

Special inverters or modified inverters and modified boosters are talked
about concerning this subject, for instance removing the large internal
capacitors or buying that special type. Although I have not seen one.

What we learned with the battery charging technology is that each time
energy is transferring from 1 battery thru a load to another battery is
that there are plate resistance losses. To keep these losses to a minimum
elevated voltage surges were found to be the best way.

While this message does not show positive results for inverters does
not mean that this process can not exceed my findings. For example it
was shown that the wrong charge battery does not work. A bad battery
was better.

With the following tests using multiple packs to capture the same
energy thru a load would obviously not be able to use bad batteries.

With no clear path to relay on which battery or inverter to use the
average person will not be able to make one work.


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