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Pot head 03-29-2019 09:59 PM

Junkyard electricity
 
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Hello, Iím Pot head.
These photos are some of a few junk box builds that I like doing.
The advantages are cheap cost in materials and flexibility in space until my curiosity is satiated and I have my final results.

WARNING!!! MAGNETS MAY BECOME PROJECTILES UNLESS YOU USE SERIOUSLY STRONG GLUE AND COMMON SENSE.
LET THE GLUE DRY FIRST!!!

Pot head 03-29-2019 10:12 PM

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More of the photos and then learn the art of posting videos.
The build is classic ssg Bedini with capacitors at both ends and a low drag generator with input and output meters.

Pot head 03-29-2019 11:27 PM

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My next step is to modify the rotor.
The outside of the rotor has an inner ring magnet attached with a little extra magnet to fill in the gap and balance the rotor.
The rotor is glued and taped to avoid problem.

Pot head 03-29-2019 11:32 PM

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Now to use more magnets in a twelve configuration nsns until done.
Super glue the neos and use black electrical tape around the neos once dried and then aluminum tape.

spacecase0 03-30-2019 12:15 AM

that is neat,
what are you using to spin your home made alternator with ?

Pot head 03-30-2019 12:39 AM

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Uh, my finger. Alternator? I am using a sulphated battery of 6 volts to run and charge another sulphated 12 volt battery.
The most is about 9 volts but stablizes around 4 to 5 volts then you hear a ringing of the metal as it tunes.
The photo shows the kind of neos I will use to put in the metal bell rotor.
This one will have 24 magnets run through the metal using a drill.
It will be used for the Bedini circuit as well as the low drag generator simultaneously.
I need patience to contain myself.

Pot head 03-30-2019 12:52 AM

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I just added another microwave capacitor to the circuit at the 2 phase output of the stator where the bridge rectifier is connected.

Pot head 03-30-2019 12:53 AM

At 4 volts it sounds like crickets:

spacecase0 03-30-2019 01:16 AM

figuring things out from only pictures can be hard,
but I get what you are doing now.

Pot head 03-30-2019 02:37 AM

My apologies, this tiny keyboard is hard to see.
I am looking at using parts lying around that can be useful as battery chargers in the process, building workable models using as is and with minor alterations as I go along this project.
A Bedini circuit as you would find it on the TeslaGenX circuit board, attached to leg one of the three phase wind, it has two wires, so I used it as is with the rest unaltered.
A TeslaGenX coil modified into a low drag generator with a microwave oven capacitor of .84 microfarads across the coil acting as a tank circuit and makes the emf higher but the same amperes.
The other microwave capacitor is .91 microfarads and when 13.8 volts is applied it makes the voltage zoom off the scale, so I use the sulphated batteries for this phase of testing.

Pot head 03-30-2019 08:17 AM

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The little machine has been running for hours now at 4.5 volts.
The charge battery voltage reads 11 volts.

Pot head 03-30-2019 08:21 AM

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More photos of the build. I have used all the Aether gathering techniques I can remember.

Pot head 03-30-2019 08:28 AM

For the most part this build is over, if it changes for the better, I will post it, if for the worse, I will post it,....etc

I believe this is the second time I have achieved a perpetual motion generator,
and a different sort of machine.
Now to build a bicycle wheel generator to hook up to this machine.

Pot head 03-30-2019 02:26 PM

It is still going at the same pace and voltages.

Pot head 03-30-2019 02:27 PM

I think I found the right battery, that is, sulphated battery.

Pot head 03-31-2019 08:14 PM

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I changed the 1N4007 diodes from the low drag generator to 1N4744 15 volt zener diodes.
It now reads over 12 volts from the coil output unloaded.

Now folks, you know this machine doesnít have a self sustaining output for itself to run, but each step I take, makes it run that much more efficient and eventually getting the project to work.
All I need is 3,4,5, or 6 volts...3 works great.
Okay you guys, start gumminí them chops over the usefulness of such a setup when put on a solid circuit board and housing.
Go,...

Pot head 03-31-2019 08:38 PM

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I have this dc to dc stepup transformer.

BroMikey 03-31-2019 09:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Pot head (Post 316935)
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Okay you guys, start gumminí them chops over the usefulness
of such a setup when put on a solid circuit board and housing.
Go,...


Are you talking to me? I am not questioning the possibilities here.
Can you show a circuit or a direction to go in? Is this a Don Smith?

What does the spark gap do to help this? If any. No spark gap?

HV can be fun.

Pot head 03-31-2019 11:54 PM

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I took the two stator outputs and disconnected them from the bridge rectifier and attached two smaller Zener to the outputs making four diodes total so the drop voltage will be smaller and a larger dc voltage.

Pot head 04-01-2019 12:02 AM

Ionic wind, Tesla coil transmission, wireless dc to dc transmission over long distances.
Some possibilities for an HV to be used to teach others on a smaller scale what Eric Dollard is doing in larger detail and scale.
It may help some people.

Pot head 04-01-2019 12:04 AM

Who is Don Smith?
I will try to reason out a schematic among all the wire Jungle vines.

BroMikey 04-01-2019 08:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Pot head (Post 316941)
Who is Don Smith?
I will try to reason out a schematic among all the wire Jungle vines.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pot head (Post 316940)
Ionic wind, Tesla coil transmission, wireless dc to dc transmission over long distances.
Some possibilities for an HV to be used to teach others on a smaller scale what Eric Dollard is doing in larger detail and scale.
It may help some people.

Okay great, a diagram is nice, no hurry. Don Smith uses this HV box
and he does wireless transmission on a small board. He had one generator
and three collectors or receivers.

I will look on with interest
.
:thumbsup:

Doogy2Shoes 04-01-2019 02:25 PM

hi BroMikey

please check your pm box, I have a question

Pot head 04-01-2019 11:49 PM

I have a question, why are you using this thread for your text message?

Pot head 04-02-2019 01:37 AM

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Here is a drawing of the stator arrangement.
The first, fourth, seventh and tenth legs are used and the other legs are dumped into a microwave capacitor then rectified using small zener diodes and then fed into the primary side.

Pot head 04-02-2019 01:46 AM

The circuit is using nsnsns magnets instead of nnnnnn.
I plan on making a 24 magnet rotor that is both inside and outside of the rotor shell by drilling holes and using the same 24 for both low drag coil and the Bedini circuit opposite each other in application.
Since the inner ring magnet is an 8 configuration, I reasoned that 8x3 24, it should work.

Guys and dolls? Your thoughts?

BroMikey 04-02-2019 02:51 AM

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Originally Posted by Pot head (Post 316953)
Here is a drawing of the stator arrangement.
The first, fourth, seventh and tenth legs are used and the other legs are dumped into a microwave capacitor then rectified using small zener diodes and then fed into the primary side.

Is this the correct diagram we spoke about?

http://www.energeticforum.com/attach...871b88a87f-jpg

Pot head 04-02-2019 05:35 PM

One of them. The circuit feeds the one transistor Bedini layout like the TeslaGenX circuit board. The input and output have capacitor reinforcement to keep the circuit balance, it keeps the transistor from blowing just like the neon, but it allows extra time in case the charge battery accidentally gets unhooked.
The primary has five parallel caps to store the input voltages from various places.
I will draw more when I physically feel better. My age is about yours BroMikey,
Just be patient, thanks.

BroMikey 04-02-2019 08:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Pot head (Post 316960)
One of them. The circuit feeds the one transistor Bedini layout like the TeslaGenX circuit board. The input and output have capacitor reinforcement to keep the circuit balance, it keeps the transistor from blowing just like the neon, but it allows extra time in case the charge battery accidentally gets unhooked.
The primary has five parallel caps to store the input voltages from various places.
I will draw more when I physically feel better. My age is about yours BroMikey,
Just be patient, thanks.

Okay, yes Sir, got to show respect to the elders ;) and that other guy?
Using your thread, I don't know who he is (sending me a private message)
Who the hell is Dogg2shoes?

Either way I got to see your git up when you run it.

Pot head 04-02-2019 09:10 PM

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A photo of one of the coils, each phase has two wires of equal size.
Then like in the photo, the pair are used in ssg format.
The other two phases are left alone and ac is rectified across some tiny zener diodes.
Before the ac to dc transformation the ac is passed through a microwave capacitor for stronger emf.
Now the question of 24 magnets, 12 n and 12 s; the opposite side of the configuration on the outside would go across the low drag generator coil.
I will drill holes for this.


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