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Old 11-25-2013, 09:24 PM
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interessante anche per il fatto che nel circuito conduce anche la parte che viene magnetizzata mi fa pensare all'effetto Einstein _ De haas _ anche il brevetto Giampaolo Maccanti -- alleged free energy generator
Non ti seguo ,il nucleo della bobina non conduce .
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simple benitez spark gap setup replication

Benitez 14.311 part.1 - YouTube
Benitez 14.311 part.2 - YouTube
Benitez 14.311 part 3 - YouTube

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Old 11-28-2013, 03:31 PM
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This benitez patent (earliest, mechanical rotor based) reminded me of this section of dollard's 4quad book...

dollard-power-amp.jpg

Changing capacitors and inductors in time?
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My understanding is that connection 19 is connected to 17.
Have you tried that yet?
It's a long time since I did my experiment.
Your secondary batteries should be charging at the SAME RATE as your primaries are discharging, with the output across the capacitor as free.
In practice there are system losses in my opinion, so after a week or so there will be some loss on the batteries. So you could use the output to drive a bridge rectifier and charge a third set of batteries.
I tried to loop it but it but it did not work because as you increase the load you decrease your primaries further.
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Old 11-30-2013, 12:22 PM
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My understanding is that connection 19 is connected to 17.
Have you tried that yet?
It's a long time since I did my experiment.
Your secondary batteries should be charging at the SAME RATE as your primaries are discharging, with the output across the capacitor as free.
In practice there are system losses in my opinion, so after a week or so there will be some loss on the batteries. So you could use the output to drive a bridge rectifier and charge a third set of batteries.
I tried to loop it but it but it did not work because as you increase the load you decrease your primaries further.
With my equipment i don't see difference connecting the secondary across the capacitor or Or only across the primary but maybe my primary Inductance is not low enough.
I don't think so is the oscillator who charge the battery,read the benitez last patent here the load is across the run battery not between them,
But maybe i,M wrong english is not my language,l'm autodidact in both english and electricit
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The load should be across the capacitor. I used a 6000v poly cap in the picofarad range.
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Hi All,

As I am now editing my second volume, I will help those on this thread by giving you a diagram from the section on Carlos Benitez, first draft. The article will contain all his patents and their breakdown with actual values of the components, so I hope this helps those who are researching his work, Regards Arto.

If you want to help me complete more work on his and other most difficult patents such as Keely please get a copy of my book, Talking to the Birds, from Amazon or Solomon Books. Thanks Arto



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Dear Hob,

I wached your video on Benitez plug experiment. You might be interested in seeing the DON SMITH pictures here.

Don Smith - Dynatron

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Question The term "interrupter" in the Benitez GB patent #121,561

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On the other hand, an alternator 42, is coupled to the above mentioned motor 27-28, which in this manner can be rotated at a proper speed in order to attain the desired frequency. Both terminals of said alternator ae connected through the inductive resistance 43, with the poles 44, 45, of the primary of a step up transformer, whose secondary 46-47, duly connected to the condenser 48, will finally produce the high tension alternating current required for the charge of the said condenser. However the use of said motor and alternator, is not at all indispensable in this process, and the same results could be attained if the primary 44-45 of the transformer joined to an ordinary interrupter, be directly connected to the discharging battery.
Text Source: Zero Point Energy - Carlos Benitez - MDG 2007

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1. http://www.nuenergy.org/uploads/GB121561.pdf

2. http://www.tuks.nl/pdf/Patents/Benitez/GB121561A.pdf


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An induction coil essentially operates like a big buzzer: The interrupter's contacts (C), are wired in series between the battery (B), and the coil. The contacts are closed in their resting state. When power (B) is applied, the coil is activated which produces a magnetic field at the metal core of the coil. The magnetic contact arm (V) is pulled toward the core, opening the interrupter contacts and breaking the circuit. The falling magnetic field relaxes its hold, the contacts close, and the entire cycle repeats.

The rising and falling magnetic field of the primary coil induces a high voltage across the secondary.

Textual Source: Induction Coils
You can also see the use of the interrupter in the following:

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Courtesy of Mr. Benitez's GB Patent #14,311:



Source: http://www.tuks.nl/pdf/Patents/Benitez/GB191514311A.pdf
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The Self-Recharging Battery Supply by Carlos F. Benitez by Peter Lindemann, D.Sc.



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I just bought this and it is great! Good Job Aaron and Peter releasing this to the public!



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Thanks, I'm glad it is as simple as it is so easy to replicate.
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Diode Part Number?

for the high speed switching / used as blocking diodes?

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RS gave the diode numbers in his presentation last year.



The large diodes on the ground line are the MUR3060PT. Its a dual ultra-fast diode for switch-mode power supplies, rated at 30 amps per diode, 600v, and 50ns switching. They share a common cathode, so I only use one of the diodes in each device.



The smaller single diode in the motor circuit can be any fast diode rated for the power, like the uf4007. The exact diode used in the demo is the MUR860G. Its a 10 amp, 600 volt ultrafast diode with 35ns switching.
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Thanks Aaron and Peter

Your usual great presentation, Dr. L, - everything neatly laid out and labeled. I just wish the videos had captions - my hearing really sux.

I'll add the observation that you look thinner and healthier than in '16 and '17, Peter.

In the photos it looks like a knife switch that can short across the two big diodes in the ground line, essentially taking them out of the circuit? During the demo was this open or closed? Diodes in or out of circuit? The fast diodes figure majorly in "harvesting" the local environment (Aether) energy that powers the motor AND charges the batteries?

I'm still building a 3BSTP and plan to incorporate some of the principles from Benitez and your updated duplication, Peter. 2 batteries in series charge one on the other side of the motor, pulsed through a SSR, and the battery most recently charged and the one most discharged get to set out a round to let their chemistry "settle." So it's actually a 5 battery switch.

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The large diodes on the ground line are the MUR3060PT. Its a dual ultra-fast diode for switch-mode power supplies, rated at 30 amps per diode, 600v, and 50ns switching. They share a common cathode, so I only use one of the diodes in each device.

The smaller single diode in the motor circuit can be any fast diode rated for the power, like the uf4007. The exact diode used in the demo is the MUR860G. Its a 10 amp, 600 volt ultrafast diode with 35ns switching.
At Digikey I found replacements for 2 obsolete parts, the MUR3060PT HS diode and the MJL21193 PNP Transistor. The MUR860G is good. Digikey Number:
MUR860GOS - ND for $0.99 each - many in stock.

for the other 2 diodes - MUR3060WTGOS-ND at $4.36 each
and the PNP transistor:
FJP1943RTU-ND at $2.10 each.
Many in stock on both of these - on all three actually.

https://www.digikey.com/

The resistor between the reed switch and the base of the transistor is 24 ohms? I see 24 on one drawing and 24R on the other.

I found the giant switches on Amazon for $9.19 each.

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RS gave the diode numbers in his presentation last year.

The large diodes on the ground line are the MUR3060PT. Its a dual ultra-fast diode for switch-mode power supplies, rated at 30 amps per diode, 600v, and 50ns switching. They share a common cathode, so I only use one of the diodes in each device.

The smaller single diode in the motor circuit can be any fast diode rated for the power, like the uf4007. The exact diode used in the demo is the MUR860G. Its a 10 amp, 600 volt ultrafast diode with 35ns switching.
The resistor between the reed switch and the base of the transistor is 24 ohms? I see 24 on one drawing and 24R on the other. I'm going for as exact a duplication of Peter's demo as possible.

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