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  • BroMikey
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    Powering 3 phase motors and control. Corrections #1 static converters using run and start caps can be balanced where each of the 3 power legs draw the same amount of current #2 Static converters produce 2/3rds HP of rated capacity motor 1/3

    Otherwise the young man did a good job. I have many static converters but before I ventured out and built my own back in the 1990\s I called a supplier to check price on a converter as shown by the young man's video and he wanted $5000. This shows to level of dishonesty that exists in most corporations and is why these circuits are so guarded. That goes for thousands of other circuits.



    Last edited by BroMikey; 02-14-2022, 04:31 AM.

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  • BroMikey
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    Motor HP lies

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  • BroMikey
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    Motor speed controllers. This guy is sharp. Torque is a real concern for cheapo circuits.

    Last edited by BroMikey; 02-14-2022, 03:28 AM.

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  • BroMikey
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    Basic inverter technology for the past 30 years

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  • BroMikey
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    Our next adventure will be me thinking out loud wondering who modified an AC induction motor and for what purpose. Pete L. says that his attraction motor design is the first step in free energy mogen. I agree but no one has done it yet. The suggested modified motor is only one inferior idea, much more is possible. Bear with me.


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  • BroMikey
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    Hey Dave, did you ever redesign a 2 pole motor for Lindemann's attraction mode to run a 3 battery feed back? Or anything close with enough power to run your box? I know you don't answer to me so if this message and so many others are uncomfortable I'll just let you talk and I won't ask you nothin from now on. I guess Lindemann's book is to hard.

    I'm a slow learner so I might change my mind when I have a question. Otherwise this question and all previous unanswered questions will all be answered with a "NO" answer

    Questions like "do you or have you ever rectified HF AC?

    Are you good with a single transistor?

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by Turion View Post

    That's 430V AC OPEN VOLTAGE. Only around 120-130 volts under load.
    Right and the new coils are 377vac open, is that correct? Or less. I wonder what the dc voltage would be after rectifying 1100hz 377vac. The old machine's were 250hz and 500hz respectively. Also that really old white box had a huge duty cycle.

    The new duty cycle is 25% the old one but operates 4X faster. You need a fast bridge
    Last edited by BroMikey; 02-13-2022, 10:40 PM.

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  • Turion
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    Originally posted by BroMikey View Post
    Dave's old high COP box open circuit 430vac blows bulbs for some odd reason

    That's 430V AC OPEN VOLTAGE. Only around 120-130 volts under load.

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by alexelectric View Post

    good explanation, and the tests and practices, and variety of prototypes that Mr. Dave will make, gives you the experience of what he is explaining, here are the indications so that anyone who wants to check it can do so
    I agree, looking back helps the look forward. I hear new things each time I listen that I did not catch the first time. This is why when we are gone that it is important that the video's guide the next generation

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  • alexelectric
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    Originally posted by BroMikey View Post
    magnetic drag is real

    good explanation, and the tests and practices, and variety of prototypes that Mr. Dave will make, gives you the experience of what he is explaining, here are the indications so that anyone who wants to check it can do so

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  • BroMikey
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    magnetic drag is real

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  • BroMikey
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    Dave's old high COP box open circuit 430vac blows bulbs for some odd reason

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  • BroMikey
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    Fastest machine

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  • BroMikey
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    dream machine

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  • BroMikey
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    Seems real enough. "English" what do ya know?


    Eddo Rats
    2 days ago (edited)
    Use big Capacitors to generate a resonance frequency in the generator. The voltage amplitude will show a resonance rise effect. Push the amount of rpm beyond this resonance frequency. Then the system will balance itself because when the resonating generator is slowing down the resonance rise voltage will go up............

    Joseph Morrison
    2 weeks ago
    ...................First, you may have too large of an electric motor. 3HP seems to be what everyone uses.

    Second, the flywheel is not 100kg or 220lb and it needs to be much larger diameter with the weight mostly on the circumference as you pointed out.

    Third, and maybe most important is that you need to modify the approximately 12k alternator with the ND magnets to increase how much output power is being generated. In fact, some of these don't use the flywheel

    Derick Monteiro Oliva
    2 weeks ago
    You need modificate the routor with magnets to produce stronger magnect field. After you need to sincronize the rotation frequency of the generator with moutor . In the timing of generator produce the eletric impulse , the moutor must receive this same one in the same time . The generator and moutor must be in phase .


    zephania mwando
    3 months ago
    the problem was your pulley ratio and the flywheel due to a bad ratios that causes high tension to the belt drive system,it gave friction the power to stop the kinetic effect on the generator thus creating what we call a failure. But that was a nice idea bro keep on trying free energy is real through this...divide the pulley ratio by 2 and make sure the belts are not too much tight, and at list let the flywheel shaft spin at 3000rpm for the generator to have a good mechanical force

    Bogdan Chiorpec
    13 days ago
    Hi ! Use proportional ratio 3 6 9! 3 to the motor 6 to generator 9 to flywheel For the system use 1 2 3 ratio For ex. motor 100watt, generator 200watt, flywheel 300watt stored in cinetic energy...here you have to make some calculation acording to the speed of the flywheel you have to reduce weight in the way you can store 300 watt This is just an example blueprint for the entire system ...as long you respect those ratios you can increase the power of the system ! Use thik cable...do not use automatic fuse betwin the generator and motor...will cut the amperage and voltage ! spin the system with other motor until reach the nominal speed ! You can use automatic fuse out of the system! The average extrapower is 3 to 1...that mean for an engine with 100w you can create 200watt extra...100watt from an total of 300watt it is consumed by the engine itself !



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