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  • wantomake
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    Captor?

    Clarence,
    Good. Can't sit by and do nothing. So have been testing different ideas on the basic setup. 12 volts DC pulsing with a dc MY1016 motor on one connecting wires. I read 11 amps ac on the loop.

    But mostly trying to understand how to extract earth energy with the loop. I think that's the part left out of the patent cause without this method all of the rest is a waste of time. It's nothing more than a transformer with a large wire as secondary but connected back on itself to form a loop. If myself as the dummy in electronics can see that, and there are many YouTube videos showing transforming part but nothing on "extracting" the energy.

    I've recorded 200+ amps down to 11 amps on that loop. We wrap the end of a ground wire around a portion of the loop. Nothing. Why?

    I can place a 12" long galvanized nail in the ground, then place a copper pipe same size a few feet away. Then connect a capacitor between them and the cap extracts energy from the ground. Why can't I create that same effect on a larger scale?

    I have a better understanding now that effect is called "negative" drawing of electrons. Loop is called an electron captor. Is it really just one half of a large capacitor and must figure out how the other half of it. The ion or electron half.

    Sorry just some of my musings this coffee session of the morning,
    wantomake

    If anyone has a solid way to "extract" energy with the loop or electron captor please do share here.

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  • wantomake
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    All is good

    Clarence,
    Just re-connected to series winding. Tested and all is good. Not enough time to get any numbers had to take wife to work.

    More later,
    wantomake

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  • clarence
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    No help making bifilar connection

    Originally posted by wantomake View Post
    Clarence,
    Just finished winding the core. I sent you an e-mail with pictures cause my brains and hands are tired and don't want to post pictures here tonight.

    Got 3.8 ohms on it. My core is longer at 2" so more wire. It worked out good with the 660 turns and bifilar series connected.

    Will try to post pictures tomorrow but will be very busy with it being Mother's Day and all.

    wantomake
    Wantomake,

    Tried the New core by itself with the bifilar connection used as such.

    Was not a good help at all - so will undo that type of connection and
    and proceed with the core as just a series wound unit and go from there.

    Later

    Clarence

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  • wantomake
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    Originally posted by FRANKLIN View Post
    hello
    I have a question, maybe somebody here could answer me.
    I am not electrician but I am trying to understand this circuit that clarence mentioned.
    My doubt is if this is overunity? and which is the C.O.P. of this one
    also I do not know if you have already seen this video in youtube:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LFmmyl1JmM

    could you please tell me if that circuit is equal or works like the one of clarence?
    thanks in advance. I hope to hear from you.
    best regardds
    Franklin,
    The video is in Spanish, which I don't speak. But the schematic he shows is from the patent that I've tried and got no COP. But at that time didn't understand the patent. Been trying different setups and tests with Clarence help to understand it better.

    But Clarence is the best builder to answer here not me.
    Just my two cents worth,
    wantomake

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  • FRANKLIN
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    hello
    I have a question, maybe somebody here could answer me.
    I am not electrician but I am trying to understand this circuit that clarence mentioned.
    My doubt is if this is overunity? and which is the C.O.P. of this one
    also I do not know if you have already seen this video in youtube:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LFmmyl1JmM

    could you please tell me if that circuit is equal or works like the one of clarence?
    thanks in advance. I hope to hear from you.
    best regardds

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  • wantomake
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    BIG pot of coffee

    Originally posted by clarence
    Wantomake,

    Yep - right on! bigger core / more wire used = more ohms!
    Glad you made the bifilar connect too!

    You better wait till after Mom's Day and have a full pot of coffee ready
    before reading the setup/install information E-mail I sent you!
    Busy is a word that doesn't quite cover it here.

    Best!

    Clarence
    Clarence,

    Yea I saw that setup/install information last night while having a single brewski I found hiding in the frig.

    I had to take a double swallow to read it. Haha.

    But still I want to install this monster core today, if I have the equipment and brains to do that later this evening.

    To All who are mom's or have one Happy Mother's Day.

    wantomake

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  • wantomake
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    Finished the core

    Clarence,
    Just finished winding the core. I sent you an e-mail with pictures cause my brains and hands are tired and don't want to post pictures here tonight.

    Got 3.8 ohms on it. My core is longer at 2" so more wire. It worked out good with the 660 turns and bifilar series connected.

    Will try to post pictures tomorrow but will be very busy with it being Mother's Day and all.

    wantomake

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  • wantomake
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    Originally posted by clarence View Post
    Wantomake,


    Made the Bifilar connections and the lead connections.
    Ready to install.

    How Ya doin?

    Later,

    Clarence
    Clarence,
    Somebody's burning midnight oil !! Looks too good to use. I'm very excited to see what happens.

    Just coffeeing my brains awake planning the day. If I get home early am, will finish core by this afternoon.

    So you connected the core series bifilar. Very interesting.

    wantomake

    Will you make the big reveal here or by e-mail?

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  • clarence
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    Ready to install

    Wantomake,


    Made the Bifilar connections and the lead connections.
    Ready to install.

    How Ya doin?

    Later,

    Clarence
    Attached Files

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  • clarence
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    Originally posted by wantomake View Post
    Clarence,
    So I start layer #2 in opposite direction until I get to 330 turns, then make loop there ? Then continue winding back and forth until 660 turns?

    My first layer was 260 turns not 206.
    wantomake
    Wantomake,


    Yep! MY BAD on the numbers but yes - continue on till the 330 and then make the loop.

    As I said in the BTW you do some nice winding brother!
    Hope it gets easier for you!
    When you get thru with all turns - might as well do the bifilar connecting
    before final Lead make up!
    When you reach the 660 turns position (wherever it winds up) please leave
    enough extra wire length to get back to the loop position and be able to
    make a solder connection (best way). Probably add heat shrink for EXTRA
    insulation (I think that that was what the orange looking stuff was?)

    Thanks,

    Clarence
    Last edited by clarence; 05-13-2017, 02:52 AM.

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  • clarence
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    Reason for bifilar connection

    Wantomake,

    Even though this coil will only be pulsed by DC VOLTAGE - It is necessary to have the voltage characteristic KILLED in order to leave ONLY THE AMPERAGE
    characteristic still available!
    It is called removing the LENZ effect (BEMF) from the coil circuit.
    In the Translation dialogue of the Demo they made they referred to it as
    "BREAK THE RESISTANCE" and enable them to have higher amperage output by their devices.

    Did not intend to get into all the discussion now but Cat's out of the bag
    so might as well get it on.

    What other questions you got That I might answer? I'm Ready.

    BTW: you do some NICE WINDING yourself !!!!

    Thanks,

    Clarence
    Last edited by clarence; 05-13-2017, 02:20 AM.

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  • wantomake
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    Originally posted by clarence View Post
    Wantomake ,

    That IS a bifilar connection of TWQ wires.
    That is the mid point of their 660 turns this - is why
    you need to make the loop I told you about. Later the loop will be cut and the bifilar connections made involving the start an finish ends of the whole coil.

    PLEASE NOTE that the LOOP must be made at MID POINT!!!! Which is 330
    TURNS - NOT 206 turns!!!!
    Do not be concerned WHERE THE LOOP IS LOCATED! That is immaterial.

    Thanks,

    Clarence
    Clarence,
    So I start layer #2 in opposite direction until I get to 330 turns, then make loop there ? Then continue winding back and forth until 660 turns?

    My first layer was 260 turns not 206.
    wantomake

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  • clarence
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    That is a bifilar connection

    Originally posted by wantomake View Post
    Clarence,
    What I see in that pic of the coil is several bifilar wires. Across on the other side of the coil. Enlarge the picture and you can see them. Opposite the place you circled.

    Or my eyes are bad,
    wantomake
    Wantomake ,

    That IS a bifilar connection of TWQ wires.
    That is the mid point of their 660 turns this - is why
    you need to make the loop I told you about. Later the loop will be cut and the bifilar connections made involving the start an finish ends of the whole coil.

    PLEASE NOTE that the LOOP must be made at MID POINT!!!! Which is 330
    TURNS - NOT 206 turns!!!!
    Do not be concerned WHERE THE LOOP IS LOCATED! That is immaterial.

    Thanks,

    Clarence

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  • wantomake
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    Originally posted by clarence View Post
    Wantomake,

    In the two thumbnails below the yellow circles show the coil connections
    to the # 20 mag wire of their coil. one set of connections used spiral
    twist lock connectors and the other set was solder with black heat shrink.

    No biggy but things are there if you know what to look for.
    Best wishes on the winding brother.

    Later,

    Clarence
    Clarence,
    What I see in that pic of the coil is several bifilar wires. Across on the other side of the coil. Enlarge the picture and you can see them. Opposite the place you circled.

    Or my eyes are bad,
    wantomake

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  • wantomake
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    Pic

    Clarence,
    This is the first layer. All I can do for now.

    IMG_0600.JPG

    wantomake
    PS: Really want to finish this. Only got 260 turns on first layer. But did make the loop at the end. Will look at your pics you just posted.
    Last edited by wantomake; 05-13-2017, 12:33 AM.

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