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magnetman12003
11-09-2010, 05:22 AM
Here is my You Tube video.

Everything is powered by a 1.5 volt alkaline battery.

Circuit uses a fraction of a watt to power all you see.

YouTube - SUSTAINED WOW!!.MPG (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQ_fKHjDo0E)

Farmhand
11-09-2010, 07:10 AM
magnetman12003, Is it possible the circuit is self resonating, thats a big coil of wire. Can you describe your circuit ? How is the source 1.5 volts stepped up by the phone charger I wonder. I may have missed it in the video what type of phone charger is that?

Thanks :thinking:

magnetman12003
11-09-2010, 09:46 PM
Here is the circuit I am using. Use a inexpensive cell phone charger that houses a single AA 1.5 volt battery. I bought this one on Ebay for under $4.
Dont power the circuit with 12 volts as shown. Hook up the cell phone charger to power the circuit.

I also forgot to mark the NEON LAMP located just to the right of the transistor in the circuit. It should be a NEON B7A lamp. The other 4 lamps are 1 watt rated 120 volt night lite LED lamp bulbs They will lite with DC at lower voltage as seen in the video.

Use a very large mfd capacitor in the rectifier circuit output. I used a 330 mfd 450 volt rated cap.
Planning to double that later. Buy a hi voltage rated one and you wont go wrong.

Tom

bugler
11-09-2010, 10:09 PM
But the secret is in the phone charger or in the circuit?

Could the circuit be powered by any other mean?

magnetman12003
11-10-2010, 03:02 AM
You asked a very good question. Further experimenting with this setup might produce an answer.

Tom