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  • Wistiti
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    Hey guys, I don't have hv insulate wire for the L1. Do you think I can use coax cable??

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  • Wistiti
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    Originally posted by soundiceuk View Post

    There is a hidden gem in the PDF below.

    Excluding Tswift, Mwtj, or Serendipitor who will be the first one to spot it and post here?

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/jgh1zawik4...7.0.0.pdf?dl=0

    Happy hunting!
    I guest the composition of the "PPV" (2 thermoelectric dissimilar metal couple)...

    It is interesting to use a spakgap this way...!

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  • Wistiti
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    Hi tswift.
    Thanks for your reply. Yes i have already played with the Don's device and like many other have no outstanding result with it as it suppose to be... Maybe I have not give so much time on it and jump on others project...

    I have also build some hv project and have already some parts to start with.

    As I understand your post, the pdf is not a guaranteed of success if it followed "by the book". Builders have to play with it to make it work correctly cause there are many factor involve in. (Above the see level, tuning for resonance, configuration of the antenna, ect....) That's what I will do with the low skill I have on the Don's stuff right now. I will start by doing my homework and reading some post back of what you guys already do on this "Radioionic receiver"

    I may have some more question laters...

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  • tswift
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    The Story So Far....

    For those just joining us, here's a quick summary of the situation so far. One of us (soundiceuk) is a spokesman and contact person for another person, someone who personally knew Don Smith over a period of some years and was in a position to observe and learn from him, and discover how much of what Don claimed was hot air and how much was real. This person has also continued their own research and appears to be considerably advanced beyond all the rest of us in radiant energy research.

    Recently three of us (Serendipitor, Mwtj, and myself) agreed to undertake independent replications to prove the concepts and to publicly demonstrate whether the information being presented is for real. In return for spending our own money on parts and our own time for no compensation, we were given a few of the proprietary details needed to build the initial version of the device as specified. Experimenters who are already familiar with radiant energy type circuits and especially anything having to do with Don Smith will find the circuits very familiar. The terminology regarding "ions" is a bit different but make no mistake we are all talking about continuing applications of Tesla's radiant energy patents and discoveries and how to improve the circuits with the components available now in the modern era.

    So far Mwtj has had unqualified success and the other two of us are still tweaking. Even with significant experience in electronics in general and much time spent experimenting with radiant energy circuits, this is still not a "slam-dunk" project where you just put all the pieces together in one completely specified way and it works right the first time. But the evidence so far suggests that it works as claimed, and hopefully more evidence is coming soon.

    More people are now jumping on board, because for those of us who have been researching for a long time, this looks like the most genuine, most promising lead in years. I am not in a position to know or to tell very much more than anyone else other than the researcher in whose footsteps we are now following. You should thank him and be grateful that he is willing to share with the rest of us. Most of the requisite parts can be obtained from the usual sources of high voltage experimenting parts. Some things you will have to fabricate yourself. If you've been experimenting for a while you probably already have a good many parts on hand that will be useful.

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  • Wistiti
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    Wow! Really interesting device guys!
    I have just finish reading the pdf. Thank's to you for sharing.

    I will take the time to read some page back of this tread to learn more on it (can someone point me where it start?)

    Im interested in building it. can you share where you buy all your part for it? Specially the air cap... it seem a bit expensive... maybe building one is not so hard.

    Again thank you for sharing!

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  • radioionics
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    CIRCUIT BUILD v7.0.0

    Please let soundiceuk know if you spot any problems with this latest circuit. He will assist you the best he can.

    Best Regards, Bruce
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  • soundiceuk
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    TODAYS RELEASE

    December 29, 2016


    This release is to encourage replication. Please post any perceived design flaws and share your validation results.


    -Bruce

    ________________________________________________

    The is LOTS happening in the background. This is getting REALLY exciting!


    There is a hidden gem in the PDF below.

    Excluding Tswift, Mwtj, or Serendipitor who will be the first one to spot it and post here?

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/jgh1zawik4...7.0.0.pdf?dl=0

    Happy hunting!

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  • soundiceuk
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    If tswift was to do it the other way around using the green wire as negative HV output, then both sides of C1 would be connected through the common ground in the unit as he had number 5 wire from the front of the panel of PVM12 to G.
    Last edited by soundiceuk; 12-29-2016, 06:40 PM.

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  • Mwtj
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    Originally posted by soundiceuk View Post
    The top circuit is a copy of your wiring.

    The bottom circuit is the original.

    Mwtj has is wired the same as original. If his internal flyback diode is the red lead. It matches Bruce's circuit.

    Please bare in mind the resistor is not connected and the earth ground not connected in his picture.

    But that is how he had it laid out when it was successfully working. Am I right Mwtj?

    Yes you are. You can try it both ways and see what results you get.
    It seemed this way worked best for me.

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  • soundiceuk
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    Originally posted by soundiceuk View Post
    Mwtj has is wired the same as original. If his internal flyback diode is the red lead. It matches Bruce's circuit.

    Please bare in mind the resistor is not connected and the earth ground not connected in his picture.

    But that is how he had it laid out when it was successfully working. Am I right Mwtj?

    Here is a diagram to make things simpler.

    Mwtf, was this your working circuit wiring?

    Has the red flyback lead got the diode in? This would equate to D5





    Hopefully we can move forward again.
    Last edited by soundiceuk; 12-29-2016, 06:22 PM.

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  • tesluh
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    This was from page about 155 (cant find the original post) http://www.energeticforum.com/attach...e-don_co10-jpg

    tried this with two sheets of aluminum with plastic spacer (homemade capacitor) I omitted the diodes on the 60hz nst as they kept it from arcing to the first plate. Taking the lead from the bottom plate through a 300v gas discharge tube (spark gap) and diodes I attached it to the high end of a 60 hz nst to work as a step down transformer and ended up making 6 volts on the primary ( I had an led and lit it across the terminals just like the bulb in the photo).

    Don used a "dielectric tester" which seemed like a handheld tesla coil to excite one plate of a capacitor. Pretty sure I will want a tesla coil instead of an nst.

    can anyone comment on the "avramenko plug" drawn in the schematic? I had blue arc jumping where the dashed line is and not sure why a diode hanging freely would do anything. I thought avramenko plug was two opposing diodes and a capacitor...

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  • soundiceuk
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    The top circuit is a copy of your wiring.

    The bottom circuit is the original.

    Mwtj has is wired the same as original. If his internal flyback diode is the red lead. It matches Bruce's circuit.

    Please bare in mind the resistor is not connected and the earth ground not connected in his picture.

    But that is how he had it laid out when it was successfully working. Am I right Mwtj?

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  • soundiceuk
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    Tswift, I believe I've solved why your circuit doesn't work.

    I still haven't figured out the Rubiks cube though!

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  • soundiceuk
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    Ok, so me and Bruce have done some deeper investigation into this HVM.

    There are a number of different versions of it.

    What you need to do is remove the green wire and the black wire number 5.

    Then join the HV wire to the black wire coming out of the bottom of the flyback.

    Luckily Bruce's new one is clear plastic so you can see it.

    You were right about the centre tap.

    The cut HOT end is not connected and has no continuity if you check.

    Please can you confirm yours is wired the same?
    Last edited by soundiceuk; 12-28-2016, 10:26 PM.

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  • soundiceuk
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    Here are a few photos of Tswift trouble shooting.

    His tests helped to diagnose it was the HV source that wasn't correct.



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