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Old 10-31-2008, 01:27 PM
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Byjove,

If you can get good light(enough to read by) for under 1/2 an amp then you are doing good.

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~~~ Half an amp? ~~~

- I would want to boil a kettle, light up the whole street and illuminate Santa and his sleigh on the roof with that much...
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Old 10-31-2008, 04:09 PM
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When I built my first Imhotep Radiant Oscillator Lite using the relay I was so excited. It so simple and when I turned it on and it lit up the room it was Christmas!!! Then I checked the amp draw------3 AMPS !!!!#&*^%$*&^. ----and that is when all the fun started. I knew that I could solve that little problem in a day or two. I would just stick a part here and there and presto---Free light

It has been months. But I have had tons of fun doing this project , learned alot, and do use my little "Mini Box" light here at the table where my computer is. The "Lunch Box" is a little bigger but I will use it on the boat and it is always ready for an emergency. Both can be run on a modest solar panel if the power goes out.

This is worth doing.. Carry on.

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Old 10-31-2008, 04:16 PM
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Lid

Your replications and reflections are always inspirational!


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Old 10-31-2008, 04:36 PM
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Your replications and reflections are always inspirational!


(coffee)

(cup of tea and a slice of cake)
If we all got together in a big hanger with loads of things to play with.
Trust Me we would all come out with Shades on because of the lights inside!
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Old 10-31-2008, 04:45 PM
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Reading Ossie... he talks about the REAC being a big DIPOLE. When we see a rise in charging or more energetic flux... and we do this by means of connecting to the ground, are we utilizing the EARTH as a dipole?




Earth's Magnetic Poles
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Old 11-01-2008, 12:03 AM
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Thats Why im doing the earth battery.Im trying to pull in the magnet currect.
Pulse a coil in a magnetic field like a bedini sg works but use the biggers magnet around
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Old 11-02-2008, 11:48 PM
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~~~ Half an amp? ~~~

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~~~ Half an amp? ~~~

- I would want to boil a kettle, light up the whole street and illuminate Santa and his sleigh on the roof with that much...
Okay, okay, I'm down to 60-80mA now using relay and ign coil and light is quite bright 'ish.

So that leaves me with 420mA left to try and boil the kettle and... hmmm I think Santa and his sleigh will have to wait a little longer,

my cuppa can't
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Old 11-18-2008, 12:37 PM
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hi i have put the ignition coil in series with the solenoid,
now the circuit can draw less amp and i have more power in the ignition coil...

no measure but i can look the amp draw with 12v lamp put before the collector..

new discovery: if you connect the positive of charge batter with positive of source you have more output but lthe cfl light go off

ciao an sorry my english sucks!!
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Old 06-21-2009, 11:36 AM
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Callanan's Charger

Hello,
I try to replicate the Callanan's charger, which is described here:

http://avalonra.altervista.org/secti...20system. pdf

Quite unexpedly noticed that for the charge process there are rather big pulses entirely on the battery. It means that the battery has big resistense
for the pulses. Is it normaly? Could anybody tell something?
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Old 07-09-2010, 02:56 PM
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Hi all, I'd appreciate your feedback on my latest Ossiemotor replication. The Ossie Motor. — Less BS
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Old 07-10-2010, 12:16 AM
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I don't think anyone has a clue as to what your doing there. No information on what your doing or what the meters are showing.
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Old 07-10-2010, 03:04 AM
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I don't think anyone has a clue as to what your doing there. No information on what your doing or what the meters are showing.
Sorry Mark. I wrote it in the description.
It is based on the Ossie motor. I have 2 x 32mm neos mounted on a HDD rotor with its original drive coil underneath. I am driving the rotor via four coils. Two hadnd wound bifilar and two air core. The amp meter is showing the current being used to drive the motor. the 6.3v is th motor battery. The other meter is reading voltage in a cap being charged by the coil underneath the rotor. I then collect the charge over a schottky bridge activated by a third reed switch.
What I am seeing is there is no increase in current draw when I charge the cap. I'm yet to measure current from the generator.
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Old 02-06-2011, 08:52 AM
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Hi folks, Hi jimboot, i have also been running some tests with an ossie callanan type circuit, though I'm using the garry stanley type air-core motor for testing.

It really does seem to be a very efficient way of running a motor, yesterday i ran the motor with 12 volts for 3 hours and the standing voltage was slightly greater than the resting voltage of the battery before i started the test.
I would have to run many more tests to make conclusive statements, though it sure looks promising. I am using the basic circuit with two reed switches on the low and high side of the drive coils with one 10 ohm resistor in series.

The first pic is the basic Ossie motor circuit and the next pic is one I'd like to try with mosfets.



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