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  • Originally posted by ilandtan View Post
    Don Smith's devices are NOT too good to be true. They are actually working theories but have been bent so you can't get them to work. You won't find the answer here.

    This is my replication and nobody can deny this is not working.



    If you can't do this simple example, it's on YOU!

    XRIX
    Nice work there, how did you wire the load?. and what is your V and A draw on the input?

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    • 13.2V and .4 A driving a 10Watt 120V LED

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      • Originally posted by ilandtan View Post
        13.2V and .4 A driving a 10Watt 120V LED
        judging by number, thats COP 2.. however were you able to compare brightness vs it being driven in the outlet power?..

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        • That bulb is illuminated in daylight, not a dark room. But whether it did or didn't, isn't the point. People expectations of some magical circuit to produce OU is not the right direction nor is it easy, or everybody could light a 10W bulb with a plasma globe emissions run from a 12V battery. I did it to show that Don Smith wasn't fake. Fig39.jpg


          Last edited by ilandtan; 03-21-2022, 04:49 AM.

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