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Old 08-13-2019, 09:46 PM
RIDDIM RIDDIM is offline
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"every battery has a frequency at which you can pulse it where the impedance is the LOWEST possible."

Fascinating. So you are saying that by the nature of how the Matt Motor works, (and perhaps how it is wired into this circuit?) it operates at the frequency of lowest impedance for the battery it is working with automatically?

Have you noted if the frequency of lowest impedance for a given battery is static based on its characteristics or dynamic through it's charge curve?
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Old 08-13-2019, 11:29 PM
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I have not.

Watch the videos Bob French posted about battery two charging negatively. One of the things he did, when the system would no longer run because both primaries were so low in voltage was to turn the modified Matt motor with the drill to get it to charge negatively. It was done to LEARN more. What he saw was that at lower frequencies the battery charged BETTER and he adjusted the rpm of the drill accordingly. It is why I disagreed with bi when he said the pulsing boost module provided the pulse the battery could use to charge. From what I have seen, that pulse was way too fast to achieve what we want, and it is entirely possible, and even likely, that the optimal frequency changes with the sulfation present or the charge present in the battery, or some combination of both. Possibly very low frequency when the battery is very low, and a higher frequency when the battery is near full.

The cool thing about Bobís experiment is it shows that battery 2 is being hit with voltage to send it negative, even when the other primary battery is nearly dead. Could this voltage be coming from the motor as a generator? I know what Bob thinks. You should ask him about the little lights he tried to put on the system that melted in his hands.
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Okay, thanks. I will.
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