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Old 10-28-2011, 03:54 AM
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OK, could somebody work this one out ?

I was all set to do a demo of the L3 coil addition and then had something most bizarre occur. When adding an inductor based blocking oscillator to the return steel plate under the main plate, the LED of the oscillator began to flash...like a low powered battery may do.
That was at 3V.
Turned the DC/DC converter up to 4.5V and after a second or so everything started to flash !!!!

Well, I figured it looked a bit like a sound to light effect and so randomly clicked a tune on YouTube. In the vid, I switch between the 3V and 4.5V a couple of times to show the effect.
Any ideas on what sort of feedback is going on ?

? - Flashing Oscillator - YouTube
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Joule Thief Battery Charger

Hello guys,

I just uploaded my latest project.
A Joule Thief Battery Charger don't know if this is the topic to post this but it's a JT variant so i'll give it a go.
I hope you guys can give me tips and maybe some ideas on how to further improve the circuit.
My last joule thief project was over a year ago and this circuit is an improvement of the circuit i posted 2 years ago.

The video is on youtube (here's the link): Joule Thief Battery Charger (Revisited) - YouTube

The circuit is very simple, but working very good.
Well hope to hear your replies and ideas and/or tips.

Regards,
Flux
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Old 11-04-2011, 03:30 AM
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Hi.This experiment is based on Dr Stifflers SEC exciter.
I wanted to see if i could increase the rf field of the docs exciter by combining it with a large slayer type coil and it works quite well and it will light fluorecent tubes wirelessly.The coil is also energised with HV for its full lengh.
I used a 620 turn coil,26swg from my first slayer exciter as an L3 coil which is the output coil on the docs sec.
The L1 coil was not as critical as i thought and i could use a multitude of different coils ranging from inductors from a tv,an electric motor and an air cored coil of steel garden wire but what was important was the L2 coil which was a 22uh axial inductor in series with a 0.82nf (821)capasitor.
Here is a vid and circuit diagram.
SEC Exciter with large rf field - YouTube
http://img192.imageshack.us/img192/5...rhighpower.jpg

@Slayer.Nice new exciter.Can you post a circuit diagram?
@Slider.Nice vid but i don't have a clue whats going on but it did look like it was synced to the music.Very Strange and interesting.If you get to the bottom of it,let us know .Jonny.
@Flux4energiser.I watched your vid and liked the way you have arranged the charge batteries.Gave me an idea for using a rechargeable battery instead of a resistor on the front end of a circuit so thanks for sharing your findings here .Jonny
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Old 11-04-2011, 07:52 AM
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Where's the right smiley ...ah here we go


Great to see you back and posting

The DC motor cracked me up
Fantastic new direction and something that kcarring is working on in his thread about Ron's work.
A replication will be built up tomorrow !
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You may be right that there are posiblities to transmit power trough the air, but you would somehow need to create a beam or something between transmitter/receiver, which I don't see happening with spheres used as antenna. Of course, there is one exception, invented by Tesla, which is to lift the spheres up into the higher atmosphere...

Did post some stuff on bifilar wound coils before:



As far as I remember, Tesla did not wind his coils oppositely (in the case of the pancake coil), but bifilar, where he put the two strains in series.

what about meyl who claims in his presentations they got from 100% to 1000% at the receiver using teslas transmitter which was presumed to operat in the the 1/4 wave mode with the domes operating as a split capacitor of a single tank.


Meyl shows Tesla longitudinal waves for wireless energy transmission - YouTube



here he is powering boats using water as a ground plane.


Exploring Tesla's Wireless Power Transmission Sys - YouTube


well that wasnt meyl but sane demo by someone else


that boat is being powered by the tesla mag transmitter
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what about meyl who claims in his presentations they got from 100% to 1000% at the receiver using teslas transmitter which was presumed to operat in the the 1/4 wave mode with the domes operating as a split capacitor of a single tank.


Meyl shows Tesla longitudinal waves for wireless energy transmission - YouTube



here he is powering boats using water as a ground plane.


Exploring Tesla's Wireless Power Transmission Sys - YouTube


well that wasnt meyl but sane demo by someone else


that boat is being powered by the tesla mag transmitter
Hi Kokomojo,

How does Meyl mean by 100% to 1000%, I think he is talking about the
voltage only. I don't think he says exactly what he means by that and to me
it means nothing unless he says 1000% of what, if energy then he should say
we put in 1 joule and used 100 joules at the receiver load. or power he should
say 1 watt to 100 watts but an increase in voltage while it is good does not
mean an actual increase in energy or power as you well know. He talks only
of volts from what I seen of the video, which can be deceiving.

To get a 1000% increase in voltage is very easy even though the coils step
up then down I still see 1000% increase in voltage at the receiver as
compared to input. In fact I have charged a capacitor to 800 volts from the
receiver while powering the transmitter from a 12 volt source I think that is 6666.66% isn't it.

The system works, but they throw out unclear statements and let people make
assumptions. That way he gets the best of both worlds because people think
and say it is OU, but if pressed he can just say that he didn't say that, And if
no one asks then he is not forced to say 1000% of what.

I believe the 1000% increase but I think it is only an increase in voltage.

Cheers

P.S. Also he was using only one LED for a load and with such tiny power,
voltage and current values it would be very easy to make a small mistake in
measurement which would make a very big difference in % terms. 1000% of
2 volts is only 20 volts and it's probably stored in a very small capacitor that
the LED runs from using and using incredibly small amount of power. If the LED
is using less than the input power then voltage will build in a small capacitor
powering the LED.

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Old 11-12-2011, 04:56 PM
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Solar Selfsustain CFL lighting

Quest for OU XIV -- TROS solar "selfsustain" - YouTube

This can be done with Slayer Circuit

Any replicators please
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Old 11-23-2011, 05:17 AM
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Solar Joule Thief 2.25v / 10mA / Base Diode / Dual Oscillators

I really got messing around with the addition of diodes, capacitors, and even an additional oscillator to the basic joule thief / toroid circuit today, employing some ideas derived from lasersaber / Lidmotor / Magneticitist and Slider2732. Lot's of fun, and some interesting results. Thanks.

Solar Joule Thief / 2.25v ~10mA / lasersaber diode / Cap Tank / Slider2732 Multiple Oscillators

Kyle

* correction: I think it's closer to 10 mA, not 1 mA

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Old 11-23-2011, 08:34 AM
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Hi Kyle.Really interesting vid especially the last configuration with the removal of the joulethief leds and the 2nd oscillator running a steady led of the pulsed output of the joulethief.Very interesting.

@All Here is a video by lyudkavsk of a giant slayer exciter.The output looks amazing.Jonny.
Huge Slayer Exciter Wireless Energy - YouTube
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Old 11-23-2011, 08:52 AM
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Thanks jonny! I initially thought it was only a milliamp of current, which had me pretty excited LOL, but I think it was closer to 8 or 9. My low end scale on the meter is not working well. Interesting though; I am now playing with the same setup with a 16v 14,000 uF electrolytic, which when used in this circuit, acts like a cap-dump, seems to charge AA's quite nicely. Indoors. It raises to over 2v, then dumps, even though the input shows the voltage dropped down to about .8v I'm going to keep playing with it, but it looks like the makings of a decent "indoor charger" or "cloudy day charger". It's taught me alot, really. I'm beginning to think 2 things: 1. Light @ different frequencies and duties cycles can be perceived as useful/high power... using a lot less energy. 2. ***Possibly***, pulse charging batteries with inductive spikes, has very little to do with the "aether" or "free energy"; rather, in the same sense as the latter mentioned effect, the battery chemistry is given fractional moments for inertia and momentum to take place. Nobody ever claimed that direct current was efficient charging.

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Old 11-24-2011, 07:37 PM
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Electrolyses with sec - exiter - diode

@ Dr Stiffler, Slayer, MrDavro and all other brilliant minds here.

About the sec and the ability to perform electrolyses with a diode.

How about increasing the surface area of the diode lead, by soldering a piece of copper plate to it. Does it increase the output of the gas.

As it seems to draw energy from the ambient doing the electrolyses.
So bigger surface, should collect more "free" energy to convert water to gas.

Learning about the sec and the exiter. Brilliant work.
I think you are onto what Tesla intended to bring to the world.
Free radiant energy.
By exiting the vacuum (or ether) pumping electrons towards an collector.
Like opening the flood gates to allow the water to flow.

Thx. for sharing this.
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Old 11-29-2011, 01:57 PM
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well voltage !

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Old 11-29-2011, 07:45 PM
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@Slayer - A Hartley oscillator type coil would work here on your new one ? The twin vari caps is something I want to try and have had better recent success when using the AM radio ones than earlier.
In fact, i'll work out the way I have one circuit built here because it seems it's similar, but replaces a vari cap with an inductor. The second is a '104' ceramic
Range is vastly improved if the free end of the Hartley coil connects to a bigger coil. But, I was after making it as small as possible.

Here's that one on 3V, called 'Sprog' because it's a baby of a size. Coin is a USA 1 cent.

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Old 12-07-2011, 10:40 PM
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Hey guys seen the exciter with the split copper pipe & ferrite with extra pancake coil? Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze download to his 1st vid http://www.overunity.com/7679/selfru.../attach/92531/ He is using a KT850AM 6watts lighting an incandescent 60 watt. latest vid 6 watt.wmv - YouTube
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Old 12-08-2011, 08:18 AM
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Hey guys seen the exciter with the split copper pipe & ferrite with extra pancake coil? Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze download to his 1st vid http://www.overunity.com/7679/selfru.../attach/92531/ He is using a KT850AM 6watts lighting an incandescent 60 watt. latest vid 6 watt.wmv - YouTube
Sorry КТ819 АМ is the transistor
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Old 12-11-2011, 08:51 AM
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Hello? Anyone home? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdsWHRWzYtg

also anyone know whty the analogue meter does this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TI_KGF6rBY

thanks.
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Old 12-11-2011, 09:19 AM
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In fact, that often interests me...if not many folks visit a thread, could folks talk rubbish about other folks, have a dig at management of a board etc and go unnoticed ?
Could start talking about trucks or holidays or how to roast roadkill with a Slayer exciter and well placed gasoline.

i think you answered your question within the video, that the leads are acting as an antenna. The field is radiating outward and the probes are sensing that voltage as they should. However, because of there being a coil inside the meter, your results will be somewhat suspect and the frequency of all this energy is way off the normal calibration chart too.
As you demonstrated - stick a finger at a wire and gauge the voltage

Been doing lots of wireless, with one of my towers that's similar to your fine version there. How many winds is it ? looks like a piece of pure copper !

Oh, the Kapanadze video said 'Private' when clicked.
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Old 12-11-2011, 09:55 PM
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Hi all

my 2 cents on jimboot and all other great contributors work

good luck at all

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caduceus coil on slayer exciter 1.wmv - YouTube
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Old 12-11-2011, 11:51 PM
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Delighted to see you working with these circuits Laurent
It's difficult to get much at all from the base of these towers and there was yours throwing plasma like it was no trouble at all !
Very effective video.
Could it be that you have scalar emissions from the base and Hertzian emissions due to voltage gain at the top ?

I recently made a caduceus like the ones that Naudin used for scalar wave trials and intend to try a caduceus on a mini tower to see what happens with pairing them up. Perhaps scalar to scalar, rather than Hertzian type of range decay, for distance experiments.
You could imagine that type of coil as a loose standard 3 or 4 turn Primary. I believe that the 45 degree angles and the 90 degree crossings within that sort of coil are the secret to them. No idea yet, but am intending to find out. Your vid just brought those experiments forward !
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Old 12-12-2011, 01:02 AM
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Hey @Wallace aka SLider I watch your vids when I see them come up still The thing that I am seeing that is different with the old slayers/kacher I made is now I am using a power transistor. Also if you get the the transistor as close to the coil as possible it increases the output massively. My coil is 9.5cm X 5cm using 0.3mm mag wire. The inductance by my calculations is around 1600 microhenries. This Slayer is certainly the most powerful I've made with the only real change being the transistor & proximity to the coil.


What I'd like to work out is what it's resonant freq is and then find a power transistor that closely matches. Haven't worked with Laurent since the Ossie & the Orbo, Love his work
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Old 12-12-2011, 03:53 AM
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Wallace ? as in 'and Grommit' ?

Raui has a YouTube video, where he puts a piece of foil around a coil and then measures the resonant frequency with a multimeter. It seems a great little method, except it seems you still need a frequency generator to pulse the coil with.
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Old 12-12-2011, 07:42 AM
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Wallace ? as in 'and Grommit' ?

Raui has a YouTube video, where he puts a piece of foil around a coil and then measures the resonant frequency with a multimeter. It seems a great little method, except it seems you still need a frequency generator to pulse the coil with.
rau369's Channel - YouTube
Well you did build a Wensleydale tower I wonder if my iphone freq gen will do the trick I'll have a look thanks.
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Old 12-12-2011, 09:47 AM
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Old 12-12-2011, 05:30 PM
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Hi all

onother 2 very encouraging cents

good luck at all

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Old 12-12-2011, 05:50 PM
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Congratulations on your success Woopy



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Old 12-13-2011, 04:28 AM
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48 or 96 VDC 21" Slayer

OK..
This is really tempting. Just for fun. I have a 21" tower with 1500 winds and two 48 volt battery banks that could even be series to 96VDC, both reading 51V open circuit right now. I've been tempted to put together a high voltage slayer, but the highest voltage NPN I have is an MJL21194 (250V 200 watts).

I'd never do such a thing without consulting a few people first, because the distinct possibility of it being a completely retarded idea, is a given... LOL

Whattya think?
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Old 12-13-2011, 05:16 AM
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If you find yourself some old power amplifiers at a yard sale/Freecycle, then you can go ahead and be just as retarded as you like !
Should be good for some parallel running of IRF series MOSFET's.
Make sure to have a camera running though and that we get to see it on YouTube

Oh, and, stand well back, fire extinguisher at the ready, disclaimer notice on the video and all that.
Personally, I would also recommend not firing this up on your computer bench, next to your expensive hi-fi etc.

In fact though, a few well sized resistors on the front and it could all be anticlimactic...but keep safe anyway.


To think of it one way, you could be 83 years old, sitting outside in a rocking chair and thinking 'I wonder what would have happened with that 96v Slayer hmmm'.
But, you have to counter that with getting to 83 years old in the first case
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Old 12-13-2011, 07:28 AM
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Very sage advice @slider
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Old 12-16-2011, 06:23 AM
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If you find yourself some old power amplifiers at a yard sale/Freecycle, then you can go ahead and be just as retarded as you like !
Should be good for some parallel running of IRF series MOSFET's.
Make sure to have a camera running though and that we get to see it on YouTube

Oh, and, stand well back, fire extinguisher at the ready, disclaimer notice on the video and all that.
Personally, I would also recommend not firing this up on your computer bench, next to your expensive hi-fi etc.

In fact though, a few well sized resistors on the front and it could all be anticlimactic...but keep safe anyway.


To think of it one way, you could be 83 years old, sitting outside in a rocking chair and thinking 'I wonder what would have happened with that 96v Slayer hmmm'.
But, you have to counter that with getting to 83 years old in the first case
great advice!

I hearya on the safety precautions LOL I'll have the rubber gloves on. I have a handful of IRFP450's - I find them in old casino machines and medical monitering power supplies at the recycler. But.. those... I'm saving for my next >>biggish<< project a PWM for my 58 plate 110V HHO cutting torch / welder. Gonna revamp my 21 plates, Delvis11 style... that guys builds are nice!

I was thinking, I hope the CRTC Canada van won't be cruising around whilst my AM station is buzzing LOL Some big fines for that I hear...

I have to figure out how to put together a high voltage PWM. (I believe Tesla called it a spark gap )))))

Sure is workin nice on the Incroyables Flip Flop, pleased as punch there!

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