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Old 07-20-2017, 11:23 AM
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Overunity.

The attraction neutralization generator is charging the source battery with no switch. Not only that, it's a very powerful charging effect. It's time to pop the corks!

I think the higher voltage of the feedback output is making it back home through the contact before the spark.

I'll upload a video of this charging effect.
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Old 07-20-2017, 01:55 PM
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Video of reverse charging effect.

https://youtu.be/NzQtyFp_Ghk

Below we see screen shots of the before voltage of 9.82 on the left and the after 2:00 minute run time voltage of 9.91 on the right: Nearly a tenth of a volt in two minutes is a powerful charge!
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Old 07-21-2017, 11:35 AM
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Two sparks.

I believe there are two spark events between the contacts. Imagine two batteries of different voltage say 12 and 6 connected at their positive electrodes, and a contact between the negatives. When we close the contact on the negative side, power flows from the higher to lower potential. The oscillator contact interrupts the negative side of the circuit

The electro-magnet coil grows into the source of higher potential voltage when, after interruption, the PM field realigns and the compression of the magnet rod draws closed; So when the contact connects, the first event is a discharge of the higher voltage from the coil to the battery. This is followed by a pulse to it from the battery as the contact lingers at it's maximum interuppter amplitude dwell point.
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Old 07-21-2017, 10:32 PM
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test results

Running the oscillator over a period of hours appears to show at least a self running capability. The voltage level on the battery rose a little from 9.72 to 9.73 over a solid hour of run time. A lot depends on the contact adjustment.

Additional tests have produced the same results. This oscillator will run with no drop in battery voltage!
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Old 07-22-2017, 12:27 PM
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Hall effect switch

This fidget around direct contact is just junk compared to the Hall effect sensor on the switch. There are some provocative results available as a teaser, but nothing practical can come from this constant adjustment feature. Forward with the build!
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Old 07-24-2017, 10:58 AM
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Ossie schematic

This circuit has two Reed switches. This may be an even simpler approach to outputting charge from the electro magnet coil.
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Old 07-25-2017, 01:06 PM
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Physical commutator.

I am fashioning physical contacts onto my washtub motor. A copper strip covering 43% of the cylinder just needs two contacts, one to the positive pole of the battery and the other to the positive electrode of the coil; And so on!
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Old 07-27-2017, 05:51 PM
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Commutator.

The tub motor caused vibration problems, but I'm having great success with a home made reed switch. There's a lot of latitude with this hand made approach! Springy plastic tie loops and two copper wire spirals. Check it out below at the end of a bamboo chop stick: Adds a retro hair frizzer effect to the design. Progress forward like magic and wizardry!

Simple to control the timing ratios by just butterflying the trigger magnets. the big bonus is: This type of switching system runs itself with no need for an auxiliary power supply!

One side open the other side closed. Needs a FWBR to battery for the A.C. output.
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Old 07-28-2017, 02:11 PM
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Reed contacts video:

Reed contacts video:

https://youtu.be/Qj3jBMYE4AI
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Old 07-29-2017, 12:56 PM
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Reed contacts vs Hall sensor.

The Reed contacts have two definite drawbacks compared to the Hall effect sensor:

1.- The Hall effect sensor is non-magnetic and does not influence the travel of the oscillating ferrite rod.

2.- The Hall effect sensor can "Latch"; This allows for one on and one off trigger magnet. It's possible to arrange the Hall effect trigger magnets, one over the other in opposition, so they don't repeat their switching when the piston reverses direction as they would with the Reed magnets. The negative trigger magnet can't turn the Hall sensor off twice as it passes a second time. The pathway through diode to storage must stay open the entire second half of the cycle, or the complete descent phase of the rod

The Hall effect Sensor has proven far superior to the Reed switch and is definitely the correct approach for this minimal build over the Reed switch. Four trigger magnets and two hall effect sensors can do the job: The BEMF lag space is visible at bottom left.
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Old 07-31-2017, 05:53 PM
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PM half cycle EMF.

Two important facts are presented in this video:

1.-The capacitor assisted exit spike is greater then the entry spike. (Compare this to Art's measurements of the difference between the neutralization and amplification pulse output).

The capacitor assist generates a magnetic field in the coil, and the increased output is from breakaway attraction. The exit stroke requires more force, and the output reflects it.

2.- Increased frequency results in less power output. (Maximum oscillator output is at minimum pulse).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BusoqPXYYM0
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Old 08-01-2017, 01:53 AM
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GAP circuit

Here are two schematics of Art Porter's solid state GAP generator: Nothing could be simpler; The battery charges the GAP coil, then the switch flips and the coil illuminates the bulb.
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Old 08-02-2017, 02:16 PM
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DPDT Blade switch.

Flipping this kind of switch manually between magnet coil, battery and capacitor, will easily generate free energy with the right timing. The off position in the center has a rest period that's 18% of the cycle on the forward throw but skipped over fast on return.
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Old 08-05-2017, 04:35 PM
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Magnetic circuit

This video demonstrates how a current is generated when a "Magnetic Circuit's" broken:

The neutralization pulse acts the same as the lifting of the hinge. There's a second current generated when the hinge closes. Compare this motion to the neutralization pulse and attraction of the oscillator:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HI5ERdvroec
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Old 08-10-2017, 02:48 PM
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Mosfet.

I'm triggering a Mosfet with positive and negative electrodes from the battery to a contact connected to the Mosfet gate.

This approach permits non-magnetic copper contacts connected directly to the battery electrodes to open and close the Mosfet junction when triggered by a non insulated copper wire feeler attached to the ferrite rod. This Mosfet can easily throw a DPDT relay (below). The relay connects to a FWBR and a capacitor and load. (below right) .99 cents free shipping ebay. This would work the circuit switch, and the oscillator would be powered by a direct short contact at the base.

This eliminates any magnetic torsion and hinderances to the rod oscillator.

The oscillator should charge it's own battery and illuminate this LED simultaneously. The D.C. output from the 50 volt capacitor can also feed the run battery through a diode. I'll upload another video soon.
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Old 08-11-2017, 09:51 PM
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Commutator.

One wire from the negative electrode of the battery can serve both as a power pulse contact and switch contact at the base of the oscillating rod. The Mosfet gate can be connected to the positive contact on the surface of the electro-magnet through a 100k Ohm resistor, and a negative contact from the Mosfet gate can sit just above the negative rod contact so that it turns the Modfet off when it makes contact on the top of the up stroke.

Only one contact on the rod, and one adjustable overhead, both non-magnetic copper. The Mosfet triggers the relay and sends current to the rectifier and capacitor where the higher voltage power is channeled back to the run battery through a diode.

The Relay can be N/O (normally open) or N/C (normally closed) so it doesn't matter which end turns the Mosfet on or off. The one pictured below is a Hybrid and can be easily wired to work either way:
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Old 08-12-2017, 12:05 PM
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Sheer advantage and COP

Art porter's solid state GAP COP'S compare to the "Sheer to Push Pull" force ratio of 3.3.

This is no coincidence ; The neutralization pulse should equal the "Attraction Sheer Force" when entered into the controversial "Inductance Formula" I've been teaching, that transforms Watt/Henries into pounds of magnetic pull force.

I'm certain this is the scientific basis of the OU performance of the oscillator.
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Old 08-17-2017, 02:09 PM
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Streamlining

3 store bought 12 volt electro-magnets like the one I'm using can be stacked with the center one reversed in direction. Pulsing all three at once, then releasing the center charge while keeping the outer ones charged and gating the output from the center coil to storage for the half cycle, should act as a very tidy "Solid state over unity generator".
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Old 08-17-2017, 04:42 PM
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3 Pole switch

This kind of switch could help run the tri-mag sandwich: Freeing the center blade would help time the sequence:
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Old 08-19-2017, 10:46 PM
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Twin Mosfet's

I just succeeded in driving the oscillator through a Mosfet in series with the electro-magnet, by running positive voltage into the gate by way of the contact. This means I can connect a second Mosfet, with gate pins connected in parallel, to run the DPDT relay, with the same two commutator contacts, and two contacts only! This insures simultainity. The N/O, N/C hybrid relay option allows for a top or bottom trigger.
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Old 08-20-2017, 09:18 PM
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Mosfet driving neutralization pulse oscillator.

Here's a new video as promised of the Mosfet Oscillator:


https://youtu.be/gH7UW8MmC4c
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Old 08-21-2017, 11:33 AM
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Sheer to push pull.

The PM field strength is matched by the electro magnetic coil strength. We might imagine that the power generated by the re-gauging of the PM field would deliver the same power out as power in, right?

The hypothesis I'm moving forward with posits that the re-gauging is "Push Pull" force between the PM and the steel electro-magnet core; While the neutralization pulse is at "Sheer Strength". It's important to understand this relationship or nothing adds up.

So the return power is multiplied by 3.33!

I should be able to collect and store this gain with the second phase circuit under design. The first phase from analog to solid state electronics is a complete success and stands ready for interface.

The positive power electrode is connected to the Mosfet gate through the oscillator contacts. The frequency can be controlled by regulating input voltage. No current is consumed by the mosfet gate.

The guy lifts the hinge up and down breaking the magnetic circuit in the video, lighting LEDS. He would save a lot of strength if he slid the hinge off the metal coil core "Sideways". The neutralization pulse gives us this same kind of side slip force advantage!
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Old 08-21-2017, 01:22 PM
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Mosfet in parallel

Here's a video demonstrating how Mosfets act in parallel: At 1:07 in the video we see him connect two Mosfet gates and trigger them both with a single pulse from a reed switch:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMo1nSKCLBA
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Old 08-21-2017, 02:18 PM
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Timers.

I just ordered 3 of these timers for around $3.00 apiece free shipping from ebay. This circuit can tie right into the Mosfet: This adds complete versatility to the circuit.
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Old 08-21-2017, 04:31 PM
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Timer relay.

This $4.19 free shipping version has the (Work immediately time delay option): This can lengthen and control the pulse duration to the electro-magnet coil: The power should stay on for 48% of the cycle!

"Power, equipment delay some time before power work until disconnect the power. Or power equipment to work immediately, delay time, automatically stops".
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Old 08-22-2017, 09:51 AM
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Timers.

These two types of timers and a DPDT relay should be enough to run the GAP oscillator alone. Timing the first one to start and stop the pulse and the second one to switch and latch the gate. The pulse and an 18% BEMF lag, would be followed by the 48% relay on time for the redirected output power.

Just the two timers and the one DPDT relay! I'll try this when the parts show up. This would eliminate the need for the sometimes capricious physical contacts. This version could be a completely solid state generator with no need for any moving parts if we substituted an "H bridge" for the contact relay.

A third timer-relay and second DPDT switch ("H" bridge) could easily gate the (18% cycle) BEMF to a storage capacitor to complete this solid state version.
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Old 08-22-2017, 12:52 PM
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Meg

Look how four solid state neutralization coils could gate reverse flux through the ferrite "H" core bridge; Generating current by neutralizing coils (1-4) followed by (3-2) in serial sequence, or flip flopping the pairs. Maybe an extra set of timers. Bearden had a permanent magnet positioned in the center of his "H" core. The GAP MEG has the output coil in the same place. The GAP MEG would generate many times the power with the advantage of four additional strong magnets to flux gate from the outside corners of the "H" core through the bridge coil.

It would be pretty simple to run this improved version with the simple addition of two extra timer relays. 5 output coils, Wow!
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Old 08-22-2017, 05:28 PM
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Ferrite "H" core

These kind of ferrite core halves, joined together and coil wrapped well across the bridge, leaves four ends for the magnet coils for the GAP MEG. They need to stick to the core enough to counteract their shared polarity:
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Old 08-22-2017, 11:36 PM
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DC fan commutator.

My computer fans arrived and I got right to work on the commutator. The fan has N.S. magnets mounted on a hub and is triggering a latching mosfet with a Hall effect sensor. I'm installing a mosfet potentiometer speed controller and hooking it up to the oscillator to see what a 50% latched power pulse from the commutator does to the rod throw.
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Old 08-28-2017, 09:52 PM
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Latching reed switch

I handcrafted a "Latching Reed Switch" that works fine. Here's a short video of it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AF9J9tO8HUk

I'm sticking to the "Reed Switch" over the "Hall effect sensor". The only advantage the "Hall" had over the "Reed", was the latching feature. That's even now.

This may be the first "Latching Reed Switch" of all-time. I've never seen an "Attraction Neutralization Pulse Oscillator" before either. This kind of switch is practically indestructible, and can carry an unlimited amount of power without burning out.
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