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  • Claude Champagne
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    On the shelf

    I presume they are on the shelf as a "curiosity".

    Originally posted by ashtweth View Post
    Another question is where are those at MIT now...hmm

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  • HansKammler
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    Maybe Im completely wrong but everybody is talking about the expensive construction of this converter.

    Can somebody explain to me, why I cant put the Magnets on the brass shaft and let the coils outside , wound on soft steel laminate colums do the work ?

    It should physically the same effect ?
    The make break effect of the flyby of the coils shoud be the same if opposite mounted too ?

    but then I can discard the sliprings, brushes and the massive block of expensive barium ferite magnets.

    So cheap neodymium rings mounted on the shaft should do the work and
    in the laminate steel stator i can get the electricy back.

    should it be the same result. Maybe somebody with more experience than me can answer my question ?

    Cheers

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  • jim glinski
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    Not my best day sorry about that.

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  • jim glinski
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    Off the shelf

    Why do we need a expensive unit ?? ..John didn't go that way.. It's not looking that hard to replicate ...replace the frame with five eights inch plywood and three inch dry wall screws...the up right support pipes can be just that pipes .threaded rods to Locke it down ...copper pipe instead of stainless steel ...bearings off the shelf ..all this from Lowe's or home depot ...all this expensive crap for a no go unit .when off the shelf will do to get a unit up and running .. Up and running is the point isn't it ?? Or just spending money on expensive book ends. What's the point of buying CD's if no one can get it running ? More money is not the right direction . I don't need a limo I need a vw . 700 post and waiting on a bigger expensive delayed maybe no go unit ?? Really I feel like the donkey trying to get the carot in front of me when the point of it is somebody needs a ride ! All this free energy stuff is like that .all talk and no show .maybe to much show and tell and no go !

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  • Aaron
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    Kromrey Generator

    I posted a video of the Kromrey in the blog:

    Kromrey Generator Speeds Up When Shorted Out - A & P Electronic Media

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  • htiek
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    kromery coils

    Originally posted by dambit View Post
    Hi Timm,

    I have used 0.28mm wire for each of my coils. I haven't twisted them or done anything special. Each coil is a seperate trifilar setup with the wires joined at each end to form a parallel setup. Each coil is then connected to the next coil in a series setup. It is important that all the coils are wound in the same way, ie clockwise or cclockwise. Coils # 3 and 4 are then simply rotated upsidedown. Each coil has approximately 800 turns. The total resistance when they are all connected in series is 17.5 ohms

    I've attached a pic to make it clearer.

    As far as my mechanical problems go, I have ordered all the new parts and am now just waiting impatiently The stuff should arrive soon enough though.

    Cheers,

    Steve
    The diagram listed here is not correct , as given in sgbeyond hand book, it shows diagram, coil direction , and connection points. Get the latest sghand book. as of 1-27-2017 there is a page Many Tried, Most Failed, it will give you the correct info.
    Last edited by htiek; 01-27-2017, 03:58 PM. Reason: year date was not correct

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  • darkwizard
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    So... do you believe that nobody could replicate Kromrey Converter?

    Originally posted by Crystaleyes View Post
    Hi all,

    One of the biggest problems that people have in 'believing' in an alternative to the current energy status quo, is the lack of clear information available relating to reproducing alleged over-unity devices.
    This thread is an excellent example. Over 700 posts spanning 7 years and still no confirmed successful reproduction and certainly no clear construction details.

    Perhaps... now that John has moved on to the great workshop in the sky, someone could be so kind as to go to his workshop here on earth and pass on all the relevant specs of his Kromrey converter.

    I.e. All dimensions and material types.
    Coil impedance, wire gauge and method of construction
    Coil to magnet spacing
    Magnet info - exact type and strength
    Flywheel weight
    Motor speed
    Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc.


    Go on. You know you want to.

    I'll go put the kettle on...

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  • Crystaleyes
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    Hi all,

    One of the biggest problems that people have in 'believing' in an alternative to the current energy status quo, is the lack of clear information available relating to reproducing alleged over-unity devices.
    This thread is an excellent example. Over 700 posts spanning 7 years and still no confirmed successful reproduction and certainly no clear construction details.

    Perhaps... now that John has moved on to the great workshop in the sky, someone could be so kind as to go to his workshop here on earth and pass on all the relevant specs of his Kromrey converter.

    I.e. All dimensions and material types.
    Coil impedance, wire gauge and method of construction
    Coil to magnet spacing
    Magnet info - exact type and strength
    Flywheel weight
    Motor speed
    Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc.


    Go on. You know you want to.

    I'll go put the kettle on...

    Leave a comment:


  • Dwane
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    Originally posted by Ajay View Post
    I built one a while back actually! I have seen the Bedini video several times. I published a video showing my unit and how it was not working satisfactorily. It is not as easy to make work as you might think. Tuning in to ferroresonance appears to be absolutely key to the production of cold electricity, and the coil must have a certain impedance and resonant tank frequency to extract the energy from the coil efficiently. I wound about a dozen different coil configurations and none of them worked satisfactorily at the time. I believe the reason he used a "low impedance coil" is because the role of the bifilar is to saturate the core with the innermost winding and capture the collapsing time reversed E field as efficiently as possible. I was posting about ferroresonance because I recently came across Hector Peres Torres of ARK Research's work in which he clearly demonstrates that cold electricity can be produced by a properly constructed ferreresonant LC network. Gabriel Kron also demonstrated this with his negative resistor.
    You might like to try assisting the rotation of the rotor through the magnetic gates. I think the low impedance setup offered in the video was to enable a bit of push to the rotor as it cuts through the flux. You could try feeding the coil from the battery or storing the output to a capacitor and boosting the rotor coil from the cap as is passes the stator magnets. As JB says, it is only a Boost - Buck event.

    Hope this helps

    Cheers

    Dwane

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  • Ajay
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    Originally posted by Dwane View Post
    It might pay to watch the Kromrey Convertor video that John Bedini produced. There are two important issues that have to be personally resolved. These are: 1) Why does John Bedini show a drawing of the low impedance wiring diagram that he used to solve the issues that faced Raymond Kromrey when designing his machine; 2) how would you use that information to help accelerate the rotor motion. Then it might pay to look at the development of the SG principle.

    The Kromrey Machine is simpler to get working than you think.

    Cheers

    Dwane
    I built one a while back actually! I have seen the Bedini video several times. I published a video showing my unit and how it was not working satisfactorily. It is not as easy to make work as you might think. Tuning in to ferroresonance appears to be absolutely key to the production of cold electricity, and the coil must have a certain impedance and resonant tank frequency to extract the energy from the coil efficiently. I wound about a dozen different coil configurations and none of them worked satisfactorily at the time. I believe the reason he used a "low impedance coil" is because the role of the bifilar is to saturate the core with the innermost winding and capture the collapsing time reversed E field as efficiently as possible. I was posting about ferroresonance because I recently came across Hector Peres Torres of ARK Research's work in which he clearly demonstrates that cold electricity can be produced by a properly constructed ferreresonant LC network. Gabriel Kron also demonstrated this with his negative resistor.

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  • Dwane
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    Originally posted by Ajay View Post
    Ferro resonance is achieved in a coil core when the magnetic waves in the core reach a frequency which interacts with the crystalline molecular structure of the ferromagnetic material. An audible noise is heard as the cores begin to ring. This causes harmonic distortion and overvoltage surges which are seemingly unpredictable. However, when you have a high Q factor coil with a certain self resonant frequency which is harmonically related to the ferreresonant core, a strange phenomenon manifests itself. This is the phenomenon of cold electricity. The Kromrey needs the correct amount of magnetic flux and the correct DUTY CYCLE to stimulate the core and coil in to resonance simultaneously. The bifilar windings are used to saturate the core at n potential with the innermost winding and recover the collapsing field with the other unused windings. This description is my own according to the research and writings of Hector Peres Torres of ARK Research.
    It might pay to watch the Kromrey Convertor video that John Bedini produced. There are two important issues that have to be personally resolved. These are: 1) Why does John Bedini show a drawing of the low impedance wiring diagram that he used to solve the issues that faced Raymond Kromrey when designing his machine; 2) how would you use that information to help accelerate the rotor motion. Then it might pay to look at the development of the SG principle.

    The Kromrey Machine is simpler to get working than you think.

    Cheers

    Dwane

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  • Aaron
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    Kromrey Device

    Originally posted by Ajay View Post
    dambit:
    Any new news on your build? Did you ever get cold electricity out?

    Has anybody had success getting cold electricity out of this device like John did?

    If there is no one that has, then obviously John is not telling us something. I have spent countless hours on this device with no luck. A single success story would motivate me enough to continue research, but so far, everyone has failed. I wish John Bedini or Peter Lindenman could share a little bit more on the proper construction of this conversion device.
    John demonstrated this at the conference in July. All the info necessary to replicate it is in the papers and the patents. Watch the Unifield Dynamics video in the Classic Energy Videos package.

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  • Ajay
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    The role of Ferro Resonance

    Ferro resonance is achieved in a coil core when the magnetic waves in the core reach a frequency which interacts with the crystalline molecular structure of the ferromagnetic material. An audible noise is heard as the cores begin to ring. This causes harmonic distortion and overvoltage surges which are seemingly unpredictable. However, when you have a high Q factor coil with a certain self resonant frequency which is harmonically related to the ferreresonant core, a strange phenomenon manifests itself. This is the phenomenon of cold electricity. The Kromrey needs the correct amount of magnetic flux and the correct DUTY CYCLE to stimulate the core and coil in to resonance simultaneously. The bifilar windings are used to saturate the core at n potential with the innermost winding and recover the collapsing field with the other unused windings. This description is my own according to the research and writings of Hector Peres Torres of ARK Research.

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  • Ajay
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    dambit:
    Any new news on your build? Did you ever get cold electricity out?

    Has anybody had success getting cold electricity out of this device like John did?

    If there is no one that has, then obviously John is not telling us something. I have spent countless hours on this device with no luck. A single success story would motivate me enough to continue research, but so far, everyone has failed. I wish John Bedini or Peter Lindenman could share a little bit more on the proper construction of this conversion device.

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  • morya7
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    incorporating sacred gerometry into design

    I bought the 22 dvd set in 2010,watched them all and put them in the safe and forget about them. Now I decide build a cabin off the grid and thought the kromrey convert might be the idea thing. so I watch 10 and 20 again. what really my attention was the fact that person that jb the kromrey converter was John Cejka who said the thing was used on a spaceship. Most of the things I have seen on alien space ships incorporate sacred geometry in their construction, so in kromrey conveter one would make the top circlar plate and bottom circlar plate such the angle from the line drawn from the outside edges of plates to base was
    acos (1/phi) or acos((1+square root of 5)/2 misus 1) (.618....)

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