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  • Turion
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    I tried this morning connecting the bulb immediately and putting the volt meter across the load. The voltage climbed steadily as I VERY SLOWLY increased the input voltage to the motor with the Variac and bridge rectifier combo. At no point did I get a “high voltage” and then had it suddenly go down. It never got above the voltage output I am seeing at 2800 RPM.

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by Turion View Post
    Amps come from strands wound in parallel and connected in parallel.

    it rules out a problem with the connections.
    Think of a graph that shows a peak at 500hz but at 1100hz the curve goes back down to the bottom. You may get your voltage at 700ft now not 1000ft. Or speed up comes at a lower rpm?

    This is what happened to Thane, once he went to 24 magnets back to back the freq went up so his coil length could be shortened therefore with double the magnets half the length of coil strand and more parallel connections in your case.

    Where is the new null point of this system? Can it be reached at 1400rpm?



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  • Turion
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    Amps come from strands wound in parallel and connected in parallel. You get the same amps with four short strands connected in series as you do one long strand. And if both are the same total length. The voltage is the same.

    These exact same coils on the other machine had much greater output. Same RPM. Same size rotor. Just it had half as many magnets.

    Working on it. Just double checked, and rotor magnets ARE N/S. THAT'S A RELIEF!!!!!!
    Guess next step is to check individual output of each wire on the coil. Even if I check them open voltage, if they are all the same, it rules out a problem with the connections.
    Last edited by Turion; Today, 05:05 AM.

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  • BroMikey
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    Yes Joe was the nicest guy and would help everyone. He just built his new house and boom.

    On the generator coils things I think about.

    Critical freq, herz and XL (aka inductive reactance)

    5-6 magnet version at 2800 R's 230-280hz

    12 magnet at 2800 R's 560Hz

    24 magnets 1120Hz

    1" magnets, 3/4" magnets

    How quickly does a noticeable speed up under load take place with the 300watt bulb switched on and off. If speed up come way sooner you may have to shorten. You have no options with these coils for testing what is best. 12 strands is better and way more amps if I am right.

    You might be getting a bottle neck at high freq's. A restriction has occurred.

    Put an old iron core in there the same 3 strands and same thing?

    switch rotors?

    Pull out 12 magnets?
    Last edited by BroMikey; Today, 03:15 AM.

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  • Turion
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    Sorry to hear about Joe. That really sucks. We are certainly losing g a lot of people to this thing. GOOD people.

    Here's what's going on TODAY. I started up the machine with two coils in place on the generator to see what the output of one coil pair would be, and just like yesterday, the 300 watt light did not come on when I flipped the switch. So I tested the bulb and it is OK. Then I connected the coil output directly to the bulb, bypassing the in-line panel amp meter and volt meter, but got it up to speed before I screwed the bulb all the way in. It wouldn't light up. So I replaced the 300 watt bulb with a 100 watt bulb connected directly to the coil. But only ONE coil because I didn't want to risk blowing the bulb. The bulb lit up and it measured 34 volts across the bulb, and 75 volts across the unloaded coil. I expected it to measure 150 across the unloaded coil since that is what I got across the TWO coils in parallel yesterday, unloaded. So I connected the second coil to the load, screwed the bulb in, and it lit up. I measured 64 volts across the load. This is FAR less than we got using the SAME coil on the old clunker with only 12 magnets instead of the 24 the new rotor has, so I am at a loss. I called my guys who did the testing on all the coils and they confirmed that they were getting over 300 volts open voltage from these coils on the old machine at 2800 RPM and over 120 volts across the load. He was at work, so is going to check his notes when he gets home at 5:00 and call me back. Output IS what it IS unless something is wrong with BOTH the coils. But I wound them, and I can's see the wire as a problem, unless the connections aren't any good. But bad connections on BOTH of the coils I chose out of a possible 12? Not likely. I have never heard of TOO MANY magnets on the rotor being a problem, so I don't know WHAT to think. I'm going to double check that the magnets on the rotor are N/S is all I can think of that I can do right now.

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  • BroMikey
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    We found out Joe 69 was taken to a location 45 miles away after being rejected by 2 other local hospitals died with his wife by his side and nobody at that hospital could help him. He had a clot (we think from the vax) Can't fix that in time. You only got minutes and it takes hours to see a doctor around here if not days.

    Joe was a good boy helper at church and got all his shots, took vitamins and did everything right by community standards. The boomers are a targets. How about a booster? How about it superman? Johnson & Johnson loves you. You know that.
    Last edited by BroMikey; Yesterday, 11:16 PM.

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  • BroMikey
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    The power consumption is about 500 Watts to run the 4400 watt generator.

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  • BroMikey
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    Thanks Rakarskiy now I understand his generator, he must have 1/4"-3/8" gap, poor man
    Last edited by BroMikey; Yesterday, 04:10 AM.

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  • Rakarskiy
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    Originally posted by BroMikey View Post

    You are correct, my mistake.I did figure it out but was gone all day. However small tho he is getting a low lenz effect at higher rpm. His motor is a 1.1kw but he is getting 2.5kw to his motor. Makes no sense
    His page on the German resource.
    https://gehtanders.de/magnetfeld-und...fluxgenerator/

    The guy's quote:
    "How does the Low Lenz flow generator work? Low Lenz Fluxgenerator Statically positioned neodymium magnets and static coils, a rotating iron disk with holes between the magnet and the coil. The magnetic flux penetrates the coils whenever a window appears in the disk, and is cut off when the iron slides between the magnet and the coil. This gives you an oscillating magnetic field that excites the coils. This uses the property of the magnetic field to be able to move metal with very little resistance in the magnetic field.In this way, you are coping with the usual steering effect, which slows down on conventional generators with a power effect. You can easily rotate the axis with iron discs with two fingers of your hand. This does not work with conventional generators or electric motors."

    His quote is
    "Neodymium and iron. It is very interesting to observe that you can generate alternating current from 210 to 240 volts, and the drive motor rotates measurably faster and pulls less input energy as soon as you put on the load and consume the generated electricity. In this case, in the video, these are lamps. The exit was reinforced with thick iron plates mounted on the left and right next to the magnets.It seems that with the help of iron plates, it is possible to physically drag the scattering magnetic field of neodymium magnets inside to the center of the generator and thereby significantly compact the field. The difference with and without iron plates is really huge."

    I don't think the guy wanted to openly demonstrate over unity. For those who are in the topic and so everything is clear

    I have a Russian-language article on technology: https://rakarskiy.livejournal.com/14495.html

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  • BroMikey
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    Yes but in the past in general all your video's show a light board with a switch you throw from open circuit to closed circuit where the open circuit voltage is 40vac higher than when it is loaded. Then the light bulb burns out. Next a new bulb replaces the old burned out one and the switch is thrown. Your regulator will smoke.

    These new coils may seem lower voltage to you at1100hz? The first box ran at 230hz Now you will have more than 10 minute and you can fry everything electronic you own
    Last edited by BroMikey; 01-18-2022, 04:08 PM.

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  • Turion
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    Open circuit means the coil is c connected to NOTHING. (Except the AC meter I put across it. And I have no converter hooked to the coils....yet. If and when I get the coils to light up the lights, I will worry about connecting to a converter and trying to loop the system. Gotta crawl before I can walk.

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by pmgriphone View Post

    Another one of those videos Bromey. Same thing as Thane. 277W in, 175W out... btw. I actually understand and can read German as well. So the guy is not claiming overunity or more out than in.
    You are correct, my mistake.I did figure it out but was gone all day. However small tho he is getting a low lenz effect at higher rpm. His motor is a 1.1kw but he is getting 2.5kw to his motor. Makes no sense

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  • pmgriphone
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    Originally posted by BroMikey View Post
    Here is another low lenz free generator, a big one with many rotors powering 1000's of watts

    Small input large output same as what we are doing


    Another one of those videos Bromey. Same thing as Thane. 277W in, 175W out... btw. I actually understand and can read German as well. So the guy is not claiming overunity or more out than in.

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by Turion View Post
    The boys showed up today..... and got all the cores on the coils cut back.

    Tested each one and there was no dragging on the rotor.

    .......there's a Warriors game tomorrow evening.

    With all of that, I have what I need to attempt to loop the setup. We will see.
    You got a team that is outstanding who show up and fill the tall orders. They had to lay down their lives for a friend in need. They are the greatest.

    Anyway Dave back the converter hooking marry-go-round. Do not EVER let your generator coils run open circuit, always cut off peaks by keeping a 25w bulb across the terminal that switch on the converter. Unless you want to shatter the SCR at 1100hz. I wonder if it will except 1100hz?

    These are only for 60hz, that is why I stay away from regulators in the case of 1100hz. Rectify it first. These circuit are made to protect the trigger leg and still keeping it toggling at a high freq. by changing the 60hz to 1100hz may burn it out. Everybody else is controlling 60hz, not you.

    EBAY tells you more about how to use this device and tells you the freq of AC voltage to be used

    "Use method:
    The voltage regulator can be used in the circuit in series, and the voltage regulator can be connected to the lamp and electric appliance in series (that is, either the lamp or electric appliance can be disconnected from the fire line or line, which can be connected to the terminal of the "product"). Simple and convenient operation."

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/124594623435
    Last edited by BroMikey; 01-18-2022, 02:01 AM.

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