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Circuit Diagram - Larger Print

Hi everyone,

I tried to make a new exact diagram with larger component identification print for us older folks .... looks a bit better

Rosemary Ainslie COP>17 Heater Circuit - Revised 10-25-09

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Hi Luc,

I am thinking that the diameter of the "Load Resistor" possibly is one of the keys to this replication .... the reason being that all the test results I did using a smaller off the shelf wire wound resistor (20-26 uH) did not perform well at all.

As for the test tube ... Humm ... I don't think the "pyrex" glass thickness will allow you to wind a resistor using AWG 20 "Ni Cr" wire .... this material is very springy stuff and you must apply a lot of pressure to get it winded, so I wouldn't recommend it.

There is a piece of 32mm that was a scrap that we found the ends are melted in as normal but it isn't totally perfect it's "exactly" the same material as mine and Aarons prototype resistor and the same size. If you would like it, I would only charge you shipping, if you need a photo or something we can talk in the PM's.

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Thanks for the reply Glen,

I sent you a PM with my delivery address and shipping payment method.

@Rosemary, I drove my mother down to her winter mobile home in Florida so it's not quite a vacation lots of work to be done

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Thanks for the reply Glen,

I sent you a PM with my delivery address and shipping payment method.

@Rosemary, I drove my mother down to her winter mobile home in Florida so it's not quite a vacation lots of work to be done

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Ok. Drive carefully Luc. We need you safe and back at that work bench. LOL.
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Old 10-29-2009, 06:31 PM
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Z is for Zipon

In 2006, this article indicated that Sandia Labs Z machine:

Sandia's Z machine exceeds two billion degrees Kelvin

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Zs energies in these experiments raised several questions.
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First, the radiated x-ray output was as much as four times the expected kinetic energy input.
Ordinarily, in non-nuclear reactions, output energies are less not greater than the total input energies. More energy had to be getting in to balance the books, but from where could it come?


Perhaps the 'Z-Pinch' will become known as the 'Zipon Pinch'

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I just thought of something.... could the pyrex be adding to the effect, as it contains a significant amount of iron?

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Hi Luc,

I am thinking that the diameter of the "Load Resistor" possibly is one of the keys to this replication .... the reason being that all the test results I did using a smaller off the shelf wire wound resistor (20-26 uH) did not perform well at all.

As for the test tube ... Humm ... I don't think the "pyrex" glass thickness will allow you to wind a resistor using AWG 20 "Ni Cr" wire .... this material is very springy stuff and you must apply a lot of pressure to get it winded, so I wouldn't recommend it.

There is a piece of 32mm that was a scrap that we found the ends are melted in as normal but it isn't totally perfect it's "exactly" the same material as mine and Aarons prototype resistor and the same size. If you would like it, I would only charge you shipping, if you need a photo or something we can talk in the PM's.

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Is it possible, to get a translation for this?

http://www.inkomp-delta.com/page3.html

This also uses a waveform very similar to FuzzyTomCat's pulse, and if the equipment is not being fooled by the frequency in some way, it also indicates a very high, possibly over unity input to output ratio.

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I asked on the Facebook Group, we have some Members from Russia, so hopefully someone will help and transcribe it

At the home page (http://www.inkomp-delta.com), there is this in English.. Lol i wonder if it makes more sense in another language:

"INKOMP finds appendices in all devices in which it is made switching or summation of magnetic streams of permanent magnets, and as also electromagnets. Through INKOMP the spectrum types and kinds of electromagnetic devices, opportunities of use of permanent magnets as power supplies in independent electromagnetic devices for generating electric energy increases.
INKOMP it is intended for work in electrotechnical arrangements on managements of magnetic circuits, and as and on transformations of a magnetic stream of a permanent magnet in pulsing, limiting influences switching arrangement on a working (target) part. Expediently its work in the power supplies working in an independent mode."

Then there is another page with more in english (in a pic).. This page says nothing about magnets, so it is unclear if this particular featured device in the vid is magnet related or not (they may have more than one tech):

http://www.inkomp-delta.com/page7.html

This 2nd vid shows the device itself better:

http://www.inkomp-delta.com/page9.html

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I just thought of something.... could the pyrex be adding to the effect, as it contains a significant amount of iron?
Hi,

Don't quite know where you got your information at all .... It would be nice for you to reference what you may think is in "Borosilicate Glass" ( Pyrex ) .... but there is absolutely "NO" iron in "Borosilicate Glass" ( Pyrex ).

WILMAD-LABGLASS BOROSILICATE GLASS PROPERTIES

Glass Properties, Technical Data for Borosilicate and Silica Quartz

Borosilicate glass - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Hi,

Don't quite know where you got your information at all .... It would be nice for you to reference what you may think is in "Borosilicate Glass" ( Pyrex ) .... but there is absolutely "NO" iron in "Borosilicate Glass" ( Pyrex ).

WILMAD-LABGLASS BOROSILICATE GLASS PROPERTIES

Glass Properties, Technical Data for Borosilicate and Silica Quartz

Borosilicate glass - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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I think the confusion there is the dual term for 'Pyrex' where kitchen utensils with this name are primarily Soda-Lime glass which also contains about 0.04% Iron (III) Oxide.

It sure is good to see all these details being worked out

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Opps, sorry. You are right. I should have known that too since I am in Laboratory. Brain fart

Edit: Aye Harvey. I was thinking Iron make glass stronger to prevent heat cracking. Didn't think it through.


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Don't quite know where you got your information at all .... It would be nice for you to reference what you may think is in "Borosilicate Glass" ( Pyrex ) .... but there is absolutely "NO" iron in "Borosilicate Glass" ( Pyrex ).

WILMAD-LABGLASS BOROSILICATE GLASS PROPERTIES

Glass Properties, Technical Data for Borosilicate and Silica Quartz

Borosilicate glass - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Hi all

Just uploading a new video. Thanks Harvey for the idea

I have the circuit running on its own, it is recharging the battery to a higher voltage than it started with.

I now need a very simple transistor circuit to replace the reed switch and coil, and must have a variable frequency, can anybody help

Will post link to video when it is uploaded

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Hi all

Just uploading a new video. Thanks Harvey for the idea

I have the circuit running on its own, it is recharging the battery to a higher voltage than it started with.

I now need a very simple transistor circuit to replace the reed switch and coil, and must have a variable frequency, can anybody help

Will post link to video when it is uploaded

Mike
Hello Mike. This I am really looking forward to seeing. Can you give us a link?
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Old 10-30-2009, 05:59 PM
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I also have been eagerly waiting

YouTube - centraflow's Channel

I keep checking there to see if it shows up. LOL, you may get a lot of clicks on your channel that way

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Hi all video now loaded

YouTube-centraflow's Channel

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My link is not working, so use the link that Harvey posted above

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Hi Mike. That was really interesting. Many thanks for that. Just don't show your engineer friend or he'll be slapping on patents all over the place. My guess is that this is really useable and doable. Think of all those potential applications.

And it will be so, so nice to hear some kind of classical explanation for this. LOL


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Hi Mike. That was really interesting. Many thanks for that. Just don't show your engineer friend or he'll be slapping on patents all over the place. My guess is that this is really useable and doable. Think of all those potential applications.

And it will be so, so nice to hear some kind of classical explanation for this. LOL

The skeptics will always find something to nitpick, like "how much does the battery recover with zero load, circuit off?".

Come to think of it, that would be a great demonstration, Mike - show the 5W draw down, then disconnect the circuit and watch the battery until it stops rebounding with every thing disconnected but the meter, then hook up the circuit by itself and watch the battery charge up!!

How could they fault that?


Great Job Mike, keep up the good work!

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Old 10-31-2009, 01:43 AM
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Hi Michael and all,

Below is the link to your new video.

Link:YouTube - STEAP circuit self running


Here is a frequency spectrum of your circuit. You have that reed relay vibrating at about 5,500Hz. Good job my friend



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Thanks for sharing your circuit test and results Michael

One thing that comes to mind (from a past experience) is your battery being below its normal operating voltage range could be causing this fast voltage rise which maybe only a surface charge that does not hold under load. You may want to recharge your battery and make sure it holds a charge above 12.5 volts.

I'm not saying this to discourage you as I want your circuit to succeed

You could also try a pre-charged capacitor and use it instead of the battery and see if it self runs.

Wishing you the best

Luc

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Old 10-31-2009, 02:26 AM
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Thanx Gotoluc,

The dual trace differential is interesting - would this be contributed from differentials in compression and decompression of the right and left channels or something else?


Are you able to take multiple samples, say 10 over an extended duration and superimpose them all and average them together?

Just curious about the vibratory motion and average energy lost there.

Cheers,


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Thanx Gotoluc,

The dual trace differential is interesting - would this be contributed from differentials in compression and decompression of the right and left channels or something else?


Are you able to take multiple samples, say 10 over an extended duration and superimpose them all and average them together?

Just curious about the vibratory motion and average energy lost there.

Cheers,


Hi Harvey,

yes, I think it's caused by the left and right channel differences of room sounds but as you can see they both meet at the peek of the reed relay sound which is most likely the frequency the circuit is oscillating at.

I don't think I can do much more with this. I was just curios of the frequency the reed reached. I'm quite sure Michael is at the maximum frequency the reed can go to. In fact I was surprised how high it is.

So what do you think of the comment I added about the battery possibly causing this voltage rise since it is below its normal operating range?

Thanks for all your time Harvey.

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Old 10-31-2009, 11:51 AM
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Thanks Luc and all for your comments

Luc the program you are using, where did you get it from? I found that the higher the frequency the better the voltage output, so I am looking to replace the reed with some type of transistor switch with variable frequency.

This must be of a very low power drain as I do not want to increase the circuit drain. I think that the optimum is between 6-7khz but as you say it is difficult to make the reed oscillate at this frequency without it welding itself.

The voltage input between the 48 ohm resistor and the reed is less than 1v and the other side of the reed is around 90-100v measured to ground.

Without load, "return to the battery" the AC voltage on the output secondary coil is around 170v, and when connected to the battery naturally it drops to around 23v. once this passes through the bridge this is about 38vDC going back to the battery. Naturally this sees the resistance in the battery and so is pumping back just above the actual battery voltage.

The trick is to have the higher voltage than the battery so as when it sees the resistance the extra voltage is turned into current which then gives a true charge.

The problem I have is as the voltage of the battery goes up so does the frequency change in the circuit and as so I have to move the magnet to keep it in the sweet spot for the high voltage output.

This is why I need to get away from the reed and use a transistor, anyone have a circuit for this? Harvey, any ideas?

Mike
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Michael
i stumbled at the same Problem, as i did play around with it.
When the Voltage from the Batterie changes, the Frequency changes too.
I was thinking about a 12V regulating Transistor like the LM78M12 or -05
I was thinking about a turnout with a Diode into a Cap, what gets loaded there,
and provide the Volt for the Transistor,
and the Transistor make a stable output.
But using Caps is allways uuh-hu for me,
Not sure, how much it do affect it, when you stick the Cap together to the Minus.
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Thanks Luc and all for your comments

Luc the program you are using, where did you get it from? I found that the higher the frequency the better the voltage output, so I am looking to replace the reed with some type of transistor switch with variable frequency.

This must be of a very low power drain as I do not want to increase the circuit drain. I think that the optimum is between 6-7khz but as you say it is difficult to make the reed oscillate at this frequency without it welding itself.

The voltage input between the 48 ohm resistor and the reed is less than 1v and the other side of the reed is around 90-100v measured to ground.

Without load, "return to the battery" the AC voltage on the output secondary coil is around 170v, and when connected to the battery naturally it drops to around 23v. once this passes through the bridge this is about 38vDC going back to the battery. Naturally this sees the resistance in the battery and so is pumping back just above the actual battery voltage.

The trick is to have the higher voltage than the battery so as when it sees the resistance the extra voltage is turned into current which then gives a true charge.

The problem I have is as the voltage of the battery goes up so does the frequency change in the circuit and as so I have to move the magnet to keep it in the sweet spot for the high voltage output.

This is why I need to get away from the reed and use a transistor, anyone have a circuit for this? Harvey, any ideas?

Mike
Hi Michael,

I replied in your STEAP topic: Space Time Energy Absorption Pump
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Thanks Luc and all for your comments

Luc the program you are using, where did you get it from? I found that the higher the frequency the better the voltage output, so I am looking to replace the reed with some type of transistor switch with variable frequency.

This must be of a very low power drain as I do not want to increase the circuit drain. I think that the optimum is between 6-7khz but as you say it is difficult to make the reed oscillate at this frequency without it welding itself.

The voltage input between the 48 ohm resistor and the reed is less than 1v and the other side of the reed is around 90-100v measured to ground.

Without load, "return to the battery" the AC voltage on the output secondary coil is around 170v, and when connected to the battery naturally it drops to around 23v. once this passes through the bridge this is about 38vDC going back to the battery. Naturally this sees the resistance in the battery and so is pumping back just above the actual battery voltage.

The trick is to have the higher voltage than the battery so as when it sees the resistance the extra voltage is turned into current which then gives a true charge.

The problem I have is as the voltage of the battery goes up so does the frequency change in the circuit and as so I have to move the magnet to keep it in the sweet spot for the high voltage output.

This is why I need to get away from the reed and use a transistor, anyone have a circuit for this? Harvey, any ideas?

Mike
Here is the problem Mike, you will not find anything that can give you such a sharp increase in resistance as that reed does. In other words, it will be the fastest transition from closed to open as any device available. The problem with all reeds, is the closure, the open to closed. That mechanical operation is slow, and there is bouncing involved as well. But your circuit demands that extremely sharp 'opening' of the contacts as this is what causes the instantaneous inductive collapse. Few transistors can match this timing and the resultant BEMF amplitude as a result.

Your magnet is adjusting the sensitivity of the reed. You may be able to do the same thing with a voltage controlled pot in series with the coil. The problem you will have with this arrangement, is that the curves may not be properly aligned.

There are many ways to offer frequency control and feedback including PLL type circuits, but I think we are trying to keep your circuit as simple as is practical. As silly as this may sound, a small DC servo motor like those used in RC toys may work here. You could adjust the curve by changing the leverage factor of the control arm that moves the magnet.

Cheers.

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Michael
i stumbled at the same Problem, as i did play around with it.
When the Voltage from the Batterie changes, the Frequency changes too.
I was thinking about a 12V regulating Transistor like the LM78M12 or -05
I was thinking about a turnout with a Diode into a Cap, what gets loaded there,
and provide the Volt for the Transistor,
and the Transistor make a stable output.
But using Caps is allways uuh-hu for me,
Not sure, how much it do affect it, when you stick the Cap together to the Minus.
Hi Joit. Cannot tell you how chuffed to see you back here. We lost you for a while there and I, for one, missed having you around.

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Hi witsend,
sorry i am not back, just pop in, but i am a still reader here.
I still have to much other Things to do, and still cant work on this, what i want.
Right now, i made a coil, where i posted a Vid about, but what is seems widely ignored.
good for me, saves time to explain it more. :P
Right now i did rewound the inner core from it, and wonder with it,
why i charge up a second battery with it, and even the Sourcebatt gets a load,
Well something i do play with it, when i have time.

Else, i will try once, to make new resistor like this we have, but additional
a few windings in serie with the Resistor windings with iron wire or copperwire very close at th middle,
that it make another Field into the middle, and create push.
Just, no Time to try it, but if anyone wanna try it, Feel free to do so,
and look what will happen.
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Old 11-01-2009, 04:40 PM
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@ Harvey

Thanks Harvey for your time, Dr.Stiffler has past me a circuit, a type of colpitts.

He has stated that the steap does work as it is very similar to his ECAT circuit, I just nead to refine it a bit more, I think that is a bit like getting 9 out of 10 in science class

I need to buy some parts and I have some work to catch up on "money work" so it may be a bit before I put up a video of the circuit running only on a cap

Mike
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Hi Guys, We're all waiting for delivery of the DSO to Fuzzy. Bored so entertained myself by doing a study of TK and MH. Hope you find it amusing.

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Hi Guys, We're all waiting for delivery of the DSO to Fuzzy. Bored so entertained myself by doing a study of TK and MH. Hope you find it amusing.

YouTube - 20091102215507

NEAT! Anyhow, that T.K looks like a little Einstein.

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YouTube - Panacea's Free Energy Suppression production (Part 2, Segment 30 of 31)


2 minutes in guys, Rosie got some new circuit results to post soon, don worry about answering this, check out the vid tho.
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