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  • BroMikey
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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by Turion View Post

    Like I said, go read the Use for the Tesla Switch thread.

    MANY people got it working. Lots of the YouTube videos people posted are STILL active.

    You want it handed to you on a plate. Read the thread and your plate will be full. Or don't.
    I always thought a ups transformer was quick and easy. Often they are a double secondary with a thick short wrap. Did well in the thread, remember?

    Last edited by BroMikey; 08-30-2022, 11:14 PM.

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  • wantomake
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    Took one transformer out of a larger microwave today and ok. It's not a split primary.

    But found a larger transformer in door of my shop that has a split primary coil on it. No secondary coil.
    Question: One side of the split reads 1.2 ohms. The other 0.2 or 0.3 ohms. Will this difference matter? Will these readings change as this core cools down? It was setting in the sun. Stupid question I guess.

    I've not seen or heard the required ohms in the primary or secondary of the transformer. I'm thinking since we are stepping up the voltage coming out of the transformer, that the splits ohms would be lower than the secondary winding.

    Correct me if I'm wrong. Wouldn't be first or last time for me.

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  • wantomake
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    Yes. Ok then. Got the transistors in yesterday. So got those parts of the setup. Now the transformer rewinding or see what is inside the two junk microwaves beside my shop. Don't want to rewind a transformer. Really easy and faster to connect parts that are ready to be used.

    My daughter does coding well so the Arduino will be ready to use.
    Last edited by wantomake; 08-29-2022, 03:59 PM.

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  • BroMikey
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    Crying about bromikey get off, probably here in the background before you

    2010. http://www.energeticforum.com/forum/...200#post116160

    http://www.energeticforum.com/forum/...282#post116160
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  • BroMikey
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    Here is a 2015 post


    [QUOTE=Turion;n511211] http://www.energeticforum.com/forum/...282#post116160


    http://www.energeticforum.com/forum/energetic-forum-discussion/renewable-energy/1012-use-for-the-tesla-switch/page282#post116160
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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by Turion View Post
    Have you READ it? No. And yet you need "proof of concept." You want it handed to you on a plate.
    David David still on a witch hunt for heretics and unbelievers. Then you can burn them to the stake. I was there when the thread was in progress. No more worthless dead ends. WHere is everyone? You still don't know.

    Originally posted by wantomake View Post
    Well here in SC it's 7 am. Nice and peaceful, very quiet. Coffee is good. My world or corner of it, is nice.

    I'm laboring hard to learn how to use the oscilloscope
    Good for you wanto. Hook a transistor radio up to the speakers and have fun watching multiple signals overlap. Hook it to the cord on your blender and watch the Nosie. Hook stuff up to it that is less than 700v and get use to the patterns. Start with a 10X probe setting, then switch to 1X


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  • wantomake
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    Well here in SC it's 7 am. Nice and peaceful, very quiet. Coffee is good. My world or corner of it, is nice.

    Hob Nilre has good videos there, can't hardly understand his speech but ok. Noticed his multifilar coil as a transformer. The fast switching and scope readings.

    I'm laboring hard to learn how to use the oscilloscope that has been in my shop for 12 years covered by how many piles of experiments, wasted parts, forgotten test, motor and old old generator parts!! The oscilloscope is difficult yes, I'll learn. But this scrapyard is my fond memories and trophies that prove I AM trying !!!!

    The transistors suppose to come in today. USPS doesn't run on Sundays so will be tomorrow I'm sure. Charging one of my 4 marine batteries for the 4 Battery Switch setup with a Imhotep cpu fan pulse charger. It desulfates the batteries very well.

    Will think over how I'm going to build this setup and start replicating the transformer until these "dog days of August" humid hot days drives me back to the central AC. I do have a new coil of 24 awg to use for winding this transformer. I've also several large 3" diameter coils. One is ( 12) multifilar wires. You said it, I've done some strange test in my shop!!

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  • Turion
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    http://www.energeticforum.com/forum/...160#post116160
    http://www.energeticforum.com/forum/...168#post116168

    Like I said, go read the Use for the Tesla Switch thread. Not just ONE replication. Not just two or three or four. MANY people got it working. Have you READ it? No. And yet you need "proof of concept." Lots of the YouTube videos people posted are STILL active. The circuits still exist. You want it handed to you on a plate. Read the thread and your plate will be full. Or don't.

    And I wouldn't recommend building motors AT ALL, unless it is for the mechanical Tesla Switch.

    Here is a video of ONE of the people I know for certain got the full version working because I followed along with his work on the forum at the time. He has a whole series of videos on the Tesla Switch from beginning to end. This first video is just basic. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAUxDv-rzS0&t=4s Just a 3 battery switch charging the batteries.

    EDIT: Oops!! Wrong guy! I sat and watched all his videos today. He has his OWN version of the 3 battery switch, and he never DID build the Tesla Switch that I saw, even though he labels his videos "Tesla Switch". I was thinking of someone else
    Last edited by Turion; 08-28-2022, 10:24 PM.

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  • BroMikey
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    Tesla taught us to balance our rotors. Everyone can afford springs and tiny bearings then place a router overhead.

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  • BroMikey
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    If you are going to tell people tp build something simple don\t give them Brandt\s motor, give them this. They can collect the coil collapse and would be able to afford the price tag. I guess you think people are rich. Food is about to crash the economy not to mention what oil can do.

    See Bob Teal not Ronald Brandt for all beginners. Lindemann pointed him out.

    Last edited by BroMikey; 08-28-2022, 04:08 AM.

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  • BroMikey
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    costing a small fortune that the average person does not have Ron's motor

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...ECBeQPmqDtbTNA

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  • BroMikey
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    You mean this quote? I remember this pdf from way back and still have a copy somewhere. The thing I like about Matt's pdf is that he does not withhold vital specifications on electronic parts. Most of what is on the web is incomplete you know. No one has the thousands it takes to build Ron's motor nor is there a working prototype after how many years?

    I need more that proof of concept which I already know works. I do not have unlimited funds. I have puttered around for decades with somethings of little value with zero return. That is why the motor generators are a good deal.

    Show me one working proto and I'll give it some thought. I can not bring myself to burning up more time and resources with no goal. The PDF is a great starters guide, at least you have a decent components list.

    So how is the smoke damage treating you? Also you did not answer if you thought the Lunke worked. Looks like the MEG by Beardon? Do you believe in the MEG? HUH, HUH do ya believe?



    And yes reusing current is very possible. Grabing extra energy while doing it to recover your loss is also very possible. And I have proven it to myself. You'll have to prove it to yourself. Slow switching is not the answer.

    Cheers Matt

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  • Turion
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    Originally posted by BroMikey View Post
    How about this circuit? Don't be a Lunke head, be honest

    You're asking ME to tell you whether or not something I have never seen before and do not have running on my bench works or not, when even the guy who drew this up says it is theoretical?
    LOL
    That's my "honest" answer. You want to build something that is SIMPLE and works? Read this: https://energy4all.ru/zpe/books/ts_guide.pdf
    Look who wrote it YEARS AGO and it is posted in ALL KINDS OF PLACES on the internet. Including THIS site: http://www.tuks.nl/wiki/index.php/Ma...nesTeslaSwitch. A whole web site dedicated to Matt. Pay SPECIAL ATTENTION to the VEFRY LAST LINE of Matt's that is quoted at the bottom of the post right before the list of links.

    If you go there, realize that ALL the YouTube videos have been taken down. Here's one that is still up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pSHDXVoeJM

    Now I can tell you that I have worked my way through ALL the information posted in the Use for the Tesla Switch thread, and compiled it into a document that I look at from time to time to REMIND myself of things I should know but have possibly forgotten. Also, because things that were really foggy years ago come into focus now. That thread is WORTH READING, but many of the videos and links no longer work.

    JOHN Bedini's first post on the USE FOR THE TESLA SWITCH THREAD:
    Tesla Switch

    Nali2001,
    I do not comment much on the Tesla Switch. However now there is so much discussion on this device I will state the facts.
    Ronald Brandt did not invent the switch as he just was trying to figure out what the circuit was that was powering his electric car and why it kept blowing up. He sent me a block diagram of what he thought the circuit was. I built the original solid state circuit using driver transformers for amplifiers. I never had a full discussion with Peter on the switch, I only answered a few questions as I was told to keep my mouth shut as it was real trouble with Ford Aerospace if you know what I mean. The box was running great the whole time until I let a Ford engineer open the box in Sylmar California, I just walked out of the room for a few seconds. When I came back the box was cut apart and a transformer was damaged. The engineer look at me and said I told you it didn't work and you should shut up, nasty guy. What they did not say is they were using it, found this out later.

    I will say if you all tried to reproduce it from the diagram floating around that is in the book it could fail because the original diagram has been changed. I made a video of this device soon to be released. I only did this at the request of Tom Bearden. I also will let Rick sell a kit after I know who you are, that includes everybody. I named this device the Tesla Switch for the simple reason that Tesla did do something like this with the four batteries in his mixture sub with robotics. Tesla circuits are negative circuits, after his AC motors. I have corrected the errors and will be posting soon on what you can do with it. When the circuit is built correct it will power loads and charge the batteries.
    John Bedini
    Last edited by Turion; 08-27-2022, 11:46 PM.

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