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  • djarno
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    Originally posted by luc2010 View Post
    Hello All,

    '' I must mention that I only amp building when the live wire is going halfway further out''?

    Sir, can you explain this? Please

    Thanks and Regards
    luc2010
    Amp building isn't unlimited.
    The amp building does nothing. Because it isn't holding the potential thus the voltage. Unless you hammer, supposedly more, rods.

    I somehow pulled the electrons, thus current aka amperage, from the ground with 8 copper rods.

    I gonna try creating a short loop ➰ with the inverter. Of a simple light bulb then use the live wire, thus lussing it through, with neutral from the ground and vice versa. Should be like an Tesla coil with grounding from the ground. And potential from the Arial system. That is absent here since we have potential from the inverter.

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  • luc2010
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    Hello All,

    '' I must mention that I only amp building when the live wire is going halfway further out''?

    Sir, can you explain this? Please

    Thanks and Regards
    luc2010

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  • djarno
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    Originally posted by daviniobb View Post
    Hello everybody.

    I am trying to replicate Clarence's revision of the B&L device with no good results at the moment. If it is possible I would like Clarence to answer some questions, please.

    Does the core have to be necessarily composed of ferrite? If it is not necessary, which material could be appropiate?

    Must the core shape to be toroidal? Why or why not?

    Thank you in advance.
    Toroidal better efficient. Although one is enough to test the principal. Two l melt my 25mm2 copper cable even with an voltage controller in front




    Mikey after readying alot l found out l accidentally pulled electrons(current) out of the ground while giving only potential (voltage) that's why my amp meter dropped to practically zero.

    The inverter is when direct connected 227 or 228 volt.

    The 8 rods where enough to load 1500 watt heater at 220 volt therefore it gives atleast 3,3 ampere. I try to replicate the effect later today and record if it occurs. I'm really thrilled.

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  • daviniobb
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    Core material

    Hello everybody.

    I am trying to replicate Clarence's revision of the B&L device with no good results at the moment. If it is possible I would like Clarence to answer some questions, please.

    Does the core have to be necessarily composed of ferrite? If it is not necessary, which material could be appropiate?

    Must the core shape to be toroidal? Why or why not?

    Thank you in advance.

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  • boguslaw
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    It should also depend on years of being a member...

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  • vidbid
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    One Thousand or One Million - It Makes No Difference

    Originally posted by citfta View Post
    You only have to post 1,000 times to be a gold member. But of course as you can see none of the posts have to make any sense.
    That's exactly right. You can post whatever you like, even re-posting what others have posted, including videos.

    You can even post demands that others show their work.

    Of course, all such demands can be readily denied with complete and utter equanimity because they're absolutely meaningless.

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by djarno View Post
    Stuff is getting freaky now.


    1500 heater runs maximum performance ofcourse with an 1000Watt inverter.

    I melt my cable, even with an voltage controller.
    Remember that a 1000 watt inverter is too small to power

    up 4000 watts at the load.

    From what I understand of this CAPTOR system that Clarence

    built and tested is that the battery charger must be powerful

    enough to keep the battery charged. So let's say I wanted to

    power a 100 watt light bulb plus send 250 watts from the

    charger to the battery to keep the system a float.


    Now I have a 100 watt light running for free because my battery

    is kept charged. Remember that you are not doing that.


    This is why your inverters catch on fire. Here is what you need.


    Using a 1000 watt inverter and a 500 watts charger you now can

    send 200-400 watts around the system in hopes that you can get

    extra energy to flow. If you have 60 rods.


    If you have 1 rod it will be less and so on. But you have to have

    something to start with that will not catch on fire plus many rods

    to run max COP's.
    Last edited by BroMikey; 08-11-2015, 05:56 PM.

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  • djarno
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    Originally posted by tvka View Post
    Seems too lot about electricity to explain to you...

    There are AC and DC capacitors...

    However, if capacitor shows short, it's rather broken
    Stuff is getting freaky now.

    On both lines amp's drop to 0 (or minimum not sure), which goes through ground loop which is like 90 volt depending on load aswell weather (ground wetness, I don't sprinkle it whole day for wet ground), voltage spikes to 227 volt and the 1500 heater runs maximum performance ofcourse with an 1000Watt inverter.

    Only occurred 2 times for 4-10 seconds, while looking at the volt meter varying.
    There is no capacitor.

    See pictures.

    I try to record and replicate it .
    Also I removed the second toroid as I melt my cable, even with an voltage controller.
    Attached Files

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  • djarno
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    Originally posted by tvka View Post
    Seems too lot about electricity to explain to you...

    There are AC and DC capacitors...

    However, if capacitor shows short, it's rather broken
    It's AC condensator for sure.

    Anyways I'm going to experiment more and more.

    Pictures and video's coming

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  • tvka
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    Originally posted by djarno View Post
    Voltage drops, while current increases.

    Disable some grounding means more voltage drop. I have no 12v capicitator only 220 and 450 but 450 will kill the inverter and the 230 doesn't seem to charge to 230.

    But the capicitator might be broken, how can I test? Ohm or resistance meter? 😢
    Seems too lot about electricity to explain to you...

    There are AC and DC capacitors...

    However, if capacitor shows short, it's rather broken

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  • djarno
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    Originally posted by tvka View Post
    Friend, I absolutely believe in your sincerity
    Clarence setup will never work- because of voltage source in primary.
    I explained in previous.

    Yet, as you have grounding, (I have none) can give you idea

    Take 220/12 V transformer and series connect it with 50/60Hz resonant capacitor (huge)
    Why 12V? resonance has to increase it.

    And figure how to disconnect primary- transform will be crucial

    May be Yuri_L method.

    I understand russian perfectly. Yet video was not assuring.
    Voltage drops, while current increases.

    Disable some grounding means more voltage drop. I have no 12v capicitator only 220 and 450 but 450 will kill the inverter and the 230 doesn't seem to charge to 230.

    But the capicitator might be broken, how can I test? Ohm or resistance meter? 😢

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  • tvka
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    Originally posted by djarno View Post
    Protocol ?

    Perhaps, I'll still have to try it with sufficent load (thus 1000 watt or less) and disable the ground. If 'amp' building doesn't occur it is more then transformer right ?

    I have no reason to spread false information here. I only want it to replicate OR 'debunk'. I also still have to look if more load is pulled when amp building utilizes in the transformer(s).

    Any suggestions ? I understand that you won't accept video's as they can be faked, but once again I have no reason to do so.
    Friend, I absolutely believe in your sincerity
    Clarence setup will never work- because of voltage source in primary.
    I explained in previous.

    Yet, as you have grounding, (I have none) can give you idea

    Take 220/12 V transformer and series connect it with 50/60Hz resonant capacitor (huge)
    Why 12V? resonance has to increase it.

    And figure how to disconnect primary- transform will be crucial

    May be Yuri_L method.

    I understand russian perfectly. Yet video was not assuring.

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  • tvka
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    Originally posted by BroMikey View Post
    I am sorry tvka, I wish I could understand.

    I don't understand everything you write but

    I am glad you are impressed

    Keep trying maybe I understand you later.
    Keep trying. Better late than never

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  • clarence
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    [QUOTE=wantomake;278467]Thanks my friend and fellow can kicker,
    Yes it takes time and energy for life's needs.

    I look forward to your next project "alternate potential system instead of ground rods". If I'm reading that correctly.

    More later,
    wantomake[/QUOTE

    Hello wantomake,

    I need a PM please.

    thanks,

    Clarence

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by mobigozer View Post
    BroMikey, maybe contact Youtube-user Stivep1/ Wesley can help with the communication to YURI?

    H
    Yes if we need to but Yuri is well able to do his video in english.

    Wesley is a good choice for translating.

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