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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by BobFrench View Post
    Wireless Energy

    Here's a couple of pics of a setup that I've learned from.

    I can't measure everything and I'm not concerned about OU at this stage, but it does show that multiple secondaries do not affect the Primary input.
    I think that it's very cool stuff. (If you don't like the info, you can use it for self defense.)

    Bob
    Now you are getting thru to me. Yes I like good info, keep her coming. The above says it all. I would be interested in hearing more on a working device should time permit.

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  • BobFrench
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    Wireless Energy

    Here's a couple of pics of a setup that I've learned from. The little green coil is the Primary that is sitting inside the coil that I am lifting. The Primary is 13 turns of 30AWG on a 1.125" core. The black coils are 52 or 104 turns of 24AWG on 2" PVC (2.375") and the white large coil is 52 turns of 24AWG on 1.5 PVC (1.875"). (13 x 4 = 52, 13 x 8 = 104)

    I can't measure everything and I'm not concerned about OU at this stage, but it does show that multiple secondaries do not affect the Primary input. Also, the different configurations work and have strengths. You can "force" some effect even when things are not perfectly in resonance it you provide enough input, resonance makes the main difference and there is a range of resonance that still works well...it's not just one narrow frequency.

    I think that it's very cool stuff. Don Smith suggested a chart in the ARRL Handbook, 1992 (that's American Radio Relay League, which I had never heard of). I haven't found the chart yet, but I'm finding all kinds of info and circuits that are very useful (and time proven). I bought one for less than $8, shipping included. Quite a value. It is a very large book and about 2" thick. (If you don't like the info, you can use it for self defense.)

    Bob



    3 neon, 4 LEDs, 4.55MHz.jpg Primary coil, 1.125%22 dia.,13 turns, 30AWG.jpg
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  • BobFrench
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    Wireless Energy

    BroMikey, I wanted to pass on that Don Smith said that the frequency needs to be in the 20kHz or above in order to be efficient and that over 200kHz is better. He was often around 50MHz because the faster you run it, the more you get. All the demos that I have seen in his videos used a 7.5Ah battery as the source and he claimed that it did not run down because he cut the wire length between the battery and the system to be 1/4 wave length of the frequency that the system ran at and therefore was creating a current in those wires that charged the battery because of a diode that he put on the positive wire.

    That's pretty cool. And it shows that a wire doesn't have to be coiled up to function as a receiver. It is not the shape, but the length. It is also not the gauge that matters. A magnetic wave pushes the electrons in its path out of ambient and as they slingshot back to their lower level at ambient, the energy can be collected from something (like a coil), if it is tuned to being resonate with the transmitter of the wave. Obvious, the closer to the transmitter you are, the more you get, because the waves spread out the further it travels from the transmitter so that it's not as concentrated. My statement is a bit simplified, but helpful.

    I have been learning a lot from Don's work. I got the book ("The Don Smith Magnetic Resonance Energy Crafting Systematic Index") that Rick Friedrich compiled that started with the book that Don was writing, but never finished. Rick has kept Don's stuff original (misspelling and all) and even transcribed some of the videos. It costs $120 and is worth every cent. I say this, but I have not replicated a system large enough to prove it out. I am planning on doing so soon...need to.

    Take care, Bro,

    Bob

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  • BroMikey
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    It is something like a transformer with the two coils without the iron core material. The iron core is not needed at the higher frequencies. Nice work Bob. I think this type of short range transformer has lower losses than a convention 60hz block. Still not over 1 cop. Sex is good tho

    I had a timing light combination tack/dwell meter back in the 70's that worked on this principle. I always liked it. All you had to do was put it by the coil and it would read out perfect.
    Last edited by BroMikey; 03-13-2020, 12:03 PM.

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  • BobFrench
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    Wireless Energy

    I should have included a little bit more info in the last post. In winding the coils, for the transmitting coil you wind 15 turns, then make a loop (which is only there as a center tap that goes to the Positive battery post), then continue another 15 turns in the same direction as the other 15. This is a pretty clever way to trigger the transistor.

    The secondary coil with the LED is just a straight 30 turns with a 3mm LED across it. This is a very simple project...if you get lost in it, you might consider taking up knitting (just kidding, if you have a question, I'll gladly answer).

    Bob
    9v Wireless, top view.jpg 9v Wireless, side view.jpg
    9v Wireless, clear view.jpg

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  • BobFrench
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    Wireless Energy

    BroMikey, I don't think that I will be vanishing too soon as I have no intention to try to make money or go into business making anything that will upset the applecart. I'm retired and I want to put together stuff that works for me and mine. Going up against big business to sell a scooter mod is not my idea of retirement. I prefer eating, sleeping, and sex without having to look over my shoulder to see if men in black are intruding. It spoils the mood.

    Here's another short video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69CT...ature=youtu.be

    I added a 5 ohm resistor to the circuit because the battery dropped off too quickly. The amp draw must have been excessive. After adding the resistor, the LED was still extremely bright, maybe too bright. I may add more resistance (I tried 10 ohms and it wouldn't light at all).

    I can't wait to show this around. I think young and old alike will enjoy it.

    Take care,

    Bob

    9v Wireless Circuit.jpg

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by BobFrench View Post
    Wireless Energy

    BroMikey, I'm not there yet. I don't have the means to measure the input and output of this yet, but I know that the frequency generator is capable of 10W and I think that NE-2s are less than a watt (but I'm not sure).

    As far as scaling up, I am still evaluating different setups and trying to determine which may be the best for me to build. It's pretty easy that the high voltage and high frequency are necessary and I don't expect much trouble there, but getting the amps has probably been what people have had trouble with. My understanding is that that involves grounding it properly...tuned grounding. We'll see.

    Take care,

    Bob
    https://revolution-green.com/auroratek-never-plug/

    I have seen a lot of setups from tesla coils to Don S. fail or Bitt or SFBT or bucking coils, all empty handed over a 50 year period.
    Most people get mutual induction and freak out thinking they got it.
    However the SPLIT PHASE BI-TOROID does work when using a sine wave signal. See Bill Alek who vanished suddenly after he offered a version of the THANE HEINS Bitt on a scooter that recharges itself.

    https://www.commutefaster.com/OpenLid.JPG

    https://auroratek.us/images/CES2014_WilliamAlek.jpg

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  • BobFrench
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    Wireless Energy

    BroMikey, I'm not there yet. I don't have the means to measure the input and output of this yet, but I know that the frequency generator is capable of 10W and I think that NE-2s are less than a watt (but I'm not sure).

    As far as scaling up, I am still evaluating different setups and trying to determine which may be the best for me to build. It's pretty easy that the high voltage and high frequency are necessary and I don't expect much trouble there, but getting the amps has probably been what people have had trouble with. My understanding is that that involves grounding it properly...tuned grounding. We'll see.

    Take care,

    Bob

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  • BroMikey
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    Thanks for sharing your coil transmissions and generator style pickup coils. So much in and so much out without the rotating mass, kool. Any idea on COP, for instance with Turion's git up he puts in 300 watts and gets back a minimum of 1500 watts after looping?

    I assume your signal generator is putting out 1 watt? And your neon's are also 1 watt? What does it look like for powering some lights and fans around the house. Any idea?

    Many thousands of replicators have had problems scaling up.
    Last edited by BroMikey; 03-12-2020, 02:30 AM.

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  • BobFrench
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    Wireless Energy

    Well, this is more of what I am spending my efforts on lately. I'm impressed with Don Smith's work. What he had makes the most sense to me and there is a lot more information on it than other research that I have seen.

    Here's two of my short vids:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiLS45O_apY
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXx2cdcMYDs

    Don Smith points out that everybody is mostly chasing the electric side of electromagnetism, but that the magnetic side has more advantages. The wireless transfer is happening because of the magnetic side (akin to radio waves) and then is collected and electricity is induced at the other end. And like a radio station (it doesn't matter how many radios are picking up the signal), it doesn't matter how many coils you have collecting the energy. If they are close to the transmitting coil, each one can reproduce all or most of its energy without requiring the transmitter to raise its output. So you can have 1 or 100 or 1000 coils duplicating the energy...I like that.

    Enjoy,

    Bob

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  • BroMikey
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    Progress report for Jordan

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by BobFrench View Post
    LiFePO4, 6Ah Battery.

    Hey BroMikey,

    Yeah, the swamp cooler thing sounds great. I don't know where your farm setting was setting, but when I lived in TN the humidity was impossible...0% in the winter and 85% and up in the summer.
    Low country South Carolina it was hot and humid. By Walterboro. Lots of wet gator too. The way we won the war over heat index was to pump a greater volume of water over the mesh and use a giant fan. When you sit down in the shade after working in the garden 135 index, you know the difference. Sweet relief. Another guy I know had a 1 million dollar house dug up the yard and laid pipes down at around 6-8 feet then pumped the cool water into his water jacket in the house that in the winter he heats with.

    If you really want the best use absorption cooling combined with solar heat as a source of energy. The hotter it gets outside the faster the unit cools. Same like those camper frig's but those use gas as the heat source.

    Nice batt's

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  • alexelectric
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    Originally posted by BobFrench View Post
    Better Cooling.

    OK. I finally got it. I think that I was unaware of the Upload Attachment button at the bottom. I kept pressing the Attachment button at the top.

    Here's the pics. The freezer has been running fine and the water cycles between 73 and 78 degrees. I don't think that I will have any problems with the water getting too hot, even during the summer.

    Just another cool project. Freezer, condenser coil out.jpg Freezer, coil in bucket.jpg Freezer, all.jpg Freezer, temperature.jpg

    Bob
    good project, BobFrench
    it can be done with a window air conditioner, adapt the chiller duct to a water bucket,
    Now if cooling in this way saves energy, we must invent it
    thanks

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  • BobFrench
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    LiFePO4, 6Ah Battery.

    Hey BroMikey,

    Yeah, the swamp cooler thing sounds great. I don't know where your farm setting was setting, but when I lived in TN the humidity was impossible...0% in the winter and 85% and up in the summer. I had a leather jacket that couldn't make it through the summer without getting all mill dewed. Now I'm in Ensenada, Mexico and the humidity is normally 45-70%...very livable.

    Here's something that I just finished...a LiFePO4, 6Ah battery for about $35 (of course, the price might change depending on the box ). These are the first that I have had and I don't know much about them, except that they have less impedance than LA batteries (not hard to do) and they don't explode like Lithium-Ion.

    Enjoy,

    Bob

    LiFePO4, 6Ah.jpg LiFePO4, 6Ah, top.jpg LiFePO4, 6Ah, box.jpg

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  • BroMikey
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    Hey Bob, I got another one for too. Thx for the example you gave of your test on a window unit first. Gotta scratch that itch I always say. One time I took a 4 foot fan blade with shroud (running on a 1/4hp motor 5amp) cut it into the side of my building (insulated poll barn) then went to homedepot and bought 5 or 6 of those woven bamboo mats used for evaporation cooler and put those over the back side of the fan. This was flooded with water where a trough
    caught the water at the bottom and then recirculated just like any evaporative cooler. The outside temp was over 100 degrees without index. Average maybe 100 degrees from 9am to 10pm. The recirculator pump only to used .75 amps 120vac. The average temp inside the building stayed at 80-85 degrees all day. This building can seat 100 people on picnic tables. It is a farming setting growing all organic. Even my little 3 foot fan with a plant mister on the front side drops the outside temp right where the air is blowing down to as low as 78 degrees when it is 120 degrees outside with the index. Wear a wet suit. You'll be drenched either way.

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