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gyula, Thanks again for the explanations. I have one more question and it's probably going to show my lack of knowledge on how some of the components work but I was concerned when Luc decided it was 'back to the drawing board' when using a 10k resistor in between the timer circuit. My thoughts on that: is it possible that reduces the output so much that the MosFET isn't getting enough signal strength for it to trigger? My other thought is when the voltage went negative in the cap - that seemed to indicate to my understanding that the circuit wasn't getting voltage from the timer circuit but I'm probably just confused - LOL - nothing new there . I'm really just shooting in the dark here on these thoughts but had hopes for this circuit. I still think there are some things going on based on Luc's tests that call for more experimentation with this essential circuit. I plan on giving it a try when I get the IRF640's.

rave154, just a couple thoughts based on what you posted. Are you getting a gap in between the neo and the coil? It looks like Luc had around 1/8" or 2 or 3mm or so and it looks like that was fairly critical since he was fine tuning it with paper gaps beyond the plexiglas. I would also guess the coil size may have something to do with the frequency it resonates at so maybe yours is in a much higher frequency?
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My thoughts on that: is it possible that reduces the output so much that the MosFET isn't getting enough signal strength for it to trigger?
Hi Ewizard,

Yes, the series 10 kOhm is already a high enough resistance to divide down the output of the 555, below the threshold gate-source voltage. And than the FET is just a capacitance at its gate-source path, also a (coupling) capacitance via its gate-drain path and also a capacitance across its drain-source path.

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My other thought is when the voltage went negative in the cap - that seemed to indicate to my understanding that the circuit wasn't getting voltage from the timer circuit
Well, it was still getting the pulses from the 555 but when Luc removed the magnets, the toroidal coil went up to the 1 Henry value from its 44mH tuned value and the resonance was over, hence the puffer capacitor started to discharge due to the current increase. Why did the current increase? Because the resonant impedance which prevented high current flow till then, suddenly got reduced to a much lower value. (Resonant LC tank circuits always have a high impedance that is why they have higher voltage across them and receive small current from a source.)
Notice that I would not say the voltage went negative in the cap, for me this is misleading, because it did not change polarity. It is better to say the voltage decreased to a lower value.

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Notice that I would not say the voltage went negative in the cap, for me this is misleading, because it did not change polarity. It is better to say the voltage decreased to a lower value.

rgds, Gyula
Thanks again for the explanations and bearing with me on some of these newbie questions (or maybe more like so much an oldie I've forgotten a lot ). Just to make sure we are talking about the same thing above I'm referring to the brief point in the video where the voltmeter across the big caps did show a negative value on the meter as it went below zero although by a very small amount but it was showing -0.01 volts (not sure on the exact value without watching the vid again) or so and seemed to be going further negative as it appeared the cap was an electrolytic and was reverse charging? That was curious to me and I wonder how far it would have gone if Luc had not hooked things back up as before.
Not to completely change subject here but do you know if anyone has ever tried putting a Tritium vial in the middle of a bifilar toroid or in close proximity to one?
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Hi Luc,

Well CONGRATS! I am sure you have something. There you go ... grabbing my interest again.

If you could please take the time and detail 'specifically' your toroid coil for us (looking at it again and again until you're blue in the face)?. I know you used a 'split' coil from another experiment as you stated in vid #1 and tied things together (black wire). IOW, can you make a schematic of the EXACT coil, windings, directions and even the black wire ... not the coil's equivalent - please, please?

Can you also please post the complete, actual schematic of your setup? Again please, not its equivalent.

If these are already up then please direct me to the post(s). I'm going back an re-read all of the posts.

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At the ou forum Magluvin suggested Luc use a series 10 kOhm resistor between the output of the 555 and the MOSFET gate, to see if the energy to the toroidal coil comes from that direction. Luc answered:
"Well, it's no go with the 10K resistor on the 555 output and the mosfet gate :P
Back to the drawing board ;D
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I'm not so sure. Has anyone tried placing a cap in parallel with the 10k resistor? I've used 640's a bunch of times. I've always tried to keep the (potential) gate current as small as possible and I'd put a big resistor to the gate but then I noticed it became a 'squishy' or rounded signal from whatever generator I was using so I would add a small cap parallel to the res. and that gave me my full turn-on, turn-off again. But I understand where we are with this right now.

I have been drawn to 'MEGs' for many years and really got interested in Sweet's work long ago (before internet) and then Bearden formalized it, patented it, JLN replicated it. Others replicated it. JLN shows COP>1, others say (bearden, craddock) that Sweets did not really work and that the most recent Bearden MEG (couple of years ago) actually doesn't work either.

If only Tesla's stuff didn't have all of those sparks. The 'Hairpin' circuit demos on YouTube sure are convincing. Maybe that's what it actually takes to crack the local field and let the radiant energy flow.

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just came across the "turbo encabulator" videos !!!!
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... Just to make sure we are talking about the same thing above I'm referring to the brief point in the video where the voltmeter across the big caps did show a negative value on the meter as it went below zero although by a very small amount but it was showing -0.01 volts (not sure on the exact value without watching the vid again) or so and seemed to be going further negative as it appeared the cap was an electrolytic and was reverse charging? That was curious to me and I wonder how far it would have gone if Luc had not hooked things back up as before.
Not to completely change subject here but do you know if anyone has ever tried putting a Tritium vial in the middle of a bifilar toroid or in close proximity to one?
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Ok now I found in video part 2 what you have meant on the cap voltage going negative. I thought you meant part 3.
Indeed it turned to negative 0.019V and was still increasing.
My answer is I do not know for sure, sorry. The body diode between the drain source pins of the FET may be blamed for that.

No, I have not come across any news on someones putting a Tritium vial into a coil or toroid etc. If I recall Bruce Perreault was doing certain radioactive treatment in his so called ion valve, search for ion valve + his name. Also, there have been some older patents where such materials were used for enhancing certain features.

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Once again thanks for your expertise in helping me understand this. I look forward to getting my shop finished so I can start actually building some circuits again.

Yes I've been following Bruce Perreault's work as long as he's been on the Internet and in the late 90's he stayed at my house a couple days when he came to California for an energy convention. A tritium vial he showed me is what actually made me think of this. I think it may be possible to use as a sort of trigger for certain circuits. You can find some fairly large tritium vials in emergency 'Exit' signs which work from the tritium glow rather than rely on battery or AC power.
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Im posting this in a few different threads, i think it should be of some interest for designing coils and understanding why they do what they do. I was aware of the effect magnets had on toroids, but i didnt know of how much tuning capability they had, thanks luc! Here is the video.

YouTube - Ed Leedskalnin Magnet 4
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Luc,

Regarding your circuit, based on your video, do you have CAPs be connected to the 555 chip, other then pin 2? If so, what pins of the 555 are the CAPs connected?

Have you thought about replacing the 555 with it's CMOS version - ICM7555? This would increase impedance, but lower the supply current.

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Hi everyone,

thank you all for your interest. I'm very limited with time at the moment so you will have to wait a little for my assistance to reply to specific questions.

Also, I may have been to quick to conclude when I added the 10K Ohm resistor on the 555 output. I looked at it today with the scope and it's way to much resistance for the mosfet gate to operate. It looks like the maximum resistance that can be added without affecting the gate would be around 200 Ohms.

I'm testing a few other things and will post what I find in a few days.

Thanks again for all your interest and help.

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Im posting this in a few different threads, i think it should be of some interest for designing coils and understanding why they do what they do. I was aware of the effect magnets had on toroids, but i didnt know of how much tuning capability they had, thanks luc! Here is the video.

YouTube - Ed Leedskalnin Magnet 4
Hi Cody,

Useful infos for everybody tinkering with cores and magnets, thanks for the link and I think the following link is also a good addition to have a fuller picture on core's behaviour under outside flux, maybe someone has not seen it:

2SGen, an amazing tiny Solid State Generator by JL Naudin

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Hi everyone,

thank you all for your interest. I'm very limited with time at the moment so you will have to wait a little for my assistance to reply to specific questions.

Also, I may have been to quick to conclude when I added the 10K Ohm resistor on the 555 output. I looked at it today with the scope and it's way to much resistance for the mosfet gate to operate. It looks like the maximum resistance that can be added without affecting the gate would be around 200 Ohms.

I'm testing a few other things and will post what I find in a few days.

Thanks again for all your interest and help.

Luc
Good news - that is exactly what I was thinking. I definitely think this circuit is worth more experimentation. I'm waiting on my IRF640'S at the moment and hopefully will have some time to try some things in the near future. Thanks for the update Luc.
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It's a joke but hold on the part describing power generation. It may work ! just decipher words : modial and directance.
It could tell that power can be produced by manipulation of magnetic reluctance using capacitive discharge.



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Thanks for the link gyula. Very interesting!

I have been working on a replication of luc's setup, but so far no luck. I have been able to get it to run on 0 amps but its not due to the same effect luc is getting. Its just from the pulse width being extremely small and my meter not being sensitive enough. I still have more work to do on the setup, i need to get my pwm running off a seperate supply so i can drop my voltage on the coil down where luc is at around 1.5V. Im also guessing that his transistor is playing a big part so i need to get one of those too. Has Luc posted a scope shot across the coil? Ive seen the current and pwm shots but i was curious what the coil shot looked like.
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Hi everyone,

I have some good news.

As I write this the coil is self running (NO BATTERY ATTACHED TO CAP BANK) and the voltage is at 19.45 Volts DC and rising

I also added a pickup coil with diode, capacitor and 50K Ohm load and it is at 1.03 volt dc.

I changed my MOSFET gate driver to a SG3525A circuit which I built some time back and immediately had much more success compared to the 555 PWM.

Here is a base circuit for it:


Here is the new video: YouTube - Self Running Coil test 4

The core of the toroid is a regular ferrite 1"-3/8 OD, 13/16" ID and 7/16" high. The coil is wound 5 layers of 24 AWG on each half. One wound CCW and the other CW. Inductance is 1,050mH and 7.6 Ohms with coils bridged together.

I will be limited in time to answer questions for the rest of the week.

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battery isolation?

Great work Luc! You always are stumbling upon very good things!

Can you electrically isolate the 555 from the rest of the circuit? With
a h11d1 or something? That will rule out the 555 battery from contributing.

Even if the cap goes above the battery voltage, it is possible to feed through
to be added to the load coil and increase in voltage from the collapses.

This came up in some of the Ainslie tests. That is why I eventually started
running the 555 from the load run battery in those tests so that when I
measured the draw, it always included the timer draw.

Are you able to run your timer circuit from the cap being charged and remove
the battery? You could put a variable resistor between the positive of the
cap and the input of the 555 timer to drop the draw of the timer for more
efficiency.

Just curious. Keep up the great work!
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Inductive spikes hate IC's

If the effect is anything like this theory of mine;

On the aether and it's properties

Then the inrush of aether will kill an IC. Best to isolate the IC with an optoisolator (H11d1)

My phone is buggered Gotoluc and I haven't seen your videos yet but I'm really looking forward to seeing them.

I'd say you do more than stumble upon interesting things luc, and I admire your mind.

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Are you able to run your timer circuit from the cap being charged and remove
the battery? You could put a variable resistor between the positive of the
cap and the input of the 555 timer to drop the draw of the timer for more
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Just curious. Keep up the great work!
Hi Aaron,

I understand your curiosity and what you suggest is a practical quick test indeed, however, keep in mind that the current via the variable resistor will dissipate useful energy from the cap because it will never get to the timer for feeding it, and efficiency eventually suffers. OF course you can calculate from the I*I*R the loss, to consider it in the final efficiency figure.

To avoid this, the best would be to run the timer directly from the puffer cap or if it still has a too high loaded voltage, a dedicated DC/DC converter could be used, unfortunately.

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LUC, great 4th video !

i have continued with my replication of your work as best as i can duplicate it...

using a 12V battery as source ( used initially to charge the two input caps)

i have replicated your " input meter" using two 4,700 Uf ( 35V ) caps in parralell with a 100 Ohm( measured ) between their positives and the volt meter across the resistor.

using my 494 PWM circuit.. some fiddling etc, i got as reading on the meter ( the one across the 100 Ohm ) of 0.2 MV.....which translates to.. 2 MICRO amps being drawn...however....

with my scope across the toroid coil...the attached image showed up... setting is at 5V per Div..

it shows a peak initial pulse of 17V !!!! and also a downward peak of 20V

why isnt the initial pulse only the 12.5V which is the voltage on the input cap???

hope this helps and doesnt confuse

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p.s to my last post ( weont let me edit it )...

frequency is 771Hz.....duty cycle 13.6%
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me again,

my meter which is across the 100 Ohm resistor that is between the caps..... is sometimes showing -0.01 Mv......negative current? ( and yes, my meter is connected the right way round )


also i can feel the neo's "clicking" now & then with my finger touching them, as they click, the voltage ( and therefore current drawn from the input) shoots up and setles back down.
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I deleted my post because i think my cap was charging from a residual charge, no success yet : ( I must still have something hooked up wrong
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Im getting decent results, but its still not charging my cap. It is however very slowly draining it. At the right tuning at a resonant point the cap drains very slow. If i get off the tuning it drains pretty fast. Its on a very short pulse width and tuned until i see a nice sign wave across the coil, no collapse spike or ring downs, just a nice sign wave is where its draining the slowest.
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You sound like being on the right route. Maybe you have to sacrifice a bit more input power for keeping up with the loss in the tank circuit, by using a bit wider input pulse.
Happen to have coil details? The less copper resitance it has the better. And also the electrolytic capacitor ought to be of low ESR type to minimize losses in it too (maybe caps from a photoflash circuit are also good wrt conventional types.
The situation is just like as a child goes on a swing: after speeding up he needs only a periodic small push to maintain his swings.

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gyula,

im using the coil off a fan from a micowave, the same type luc was using as a pickup coil in his last video. I have that coil on a flyback core with no gap, so its basically like a ferrite toroid. I have tried making the pulse width bigger but cant get it to resonate correctly when i do, the best i can get when i do that is a sign wave with a flat peak. It could be that my inductance is wrong for the frequency range of my pwm. I found several resonant frequencies that it works at, but luc said that his only worked on one specific frequency I also figured that my cap could be better, ill look for a better one. Ill try a few different coils as well.

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Gotoluc's Experimental Self-Runner - I think this is it

Hi all,

I went ahead and posted this quick schematic to show the circuit's simplicity, components-wise. I tried to present it as a 'tank circuit' because I think it fits with many analysis models (that's if this can be analyzed).

IMHO I think his coil configuration is important. Please post if you think I made any mistakes. I included no values as you can see. The resistor is the shunt he has for measuring charge to his caps. I didn't show the Cap as an electrolytic 'cause I don't think it matters.

I think the source and drain connections are correct. You know Gate leakage for this component is no more than +-100nA and that's at 20V condition. Nothing can be sneaking in from anywhere so this warrants investigation.

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Thanks for posting the schematic!

I think the info I just stumbled across below may have something to do with how to make this circuit work successfully. I found this reference from a member here in another message thread - this is in regards to Zoltan Szili's ZPE circuit that he states gets a COP > 5. Zoltan has a lot of credentials as a scientist and researcher but found this after retiring. This is from JLN regarding his circuit:

"The Electronic Circuit with Free Energy of Mr Zoltan Szili

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“This circuit is quite simple seemingly, but to succeed in making it function, it should be taken Draconian precautions. It is true, that it functions at a relatively low frequency of 20 kilocycles. On the other hand, the signal of the generator of impulse must be a signal square, positive, with a boarding time of 10 nanoseconds of 0 volts to + 5 volts.

The simulation indicates very clearly, which if the boarding time of the square signal is slower than 10 nanoseconds, the extraction very quickly decreases and is cancelled completely between 50 and 100 nanoseconds.

Simulation also shows that a stray capacity, at the point of connection of the transistor (M1), inductance (L1) and the resistance of exit (R1) of a value of 100 picofarads towards the mass, completely destroyed the extraction (this capacity of 100 picofarads perhaps capacity of a probe of oscilloscope).

Parasitic inductances can also prevent the extraction, if it exceeds 10 microHenries.

For the assembly of the circuit, it is necessary to minimize the loops, as if the circuit operates at 25 MHz

In fact the element of extraction is the toroidal ferrite of inductance (L1)."
End quote.

I think this may be relevant especially in light of Luc's finding his newer pulsing circuit seems to be doing much better - perhaps the 'boarding time' which I take to be the pulse rise time is faster. Also interesting is that Zoltan's circuit uses a single MosFET - an IRF510. In case there might be other things of interest or related here the page this came from (also includes schematic) is here: Jean Szili -- Zero Point Energy extraction circuit
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Thanks for posting the schematic!

I think the info I just stumbled across below may have something to do with how to make this circuit work successfully. I found this reference from a member here in another message thread - this is in regards to Zoltan Szili's ZPE circuit that he states gets a COP > 5. Zoltan has a lot of credentials as a scientist and researcher but found this after retiring. This is from JLN regarding his circuit:

"The Electronic Circuit with Free Energy of Mr Zoltan Szili

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Hi ewizard,

I noticed in the Zoltan article he calls out irf510 devices. Well you want to hear something that sucks? I had done some research into analog computers. A very interesting species. They can give you a real-time result from an equation as you feed in the variable values. It's just a bunch of log and antilog generator circuits tied together with summing and differencing amplifiers. The speed is limited only by the slew rate of the amps. I used many, many irf510's and their compliments, irf9510's (I think) for the natural log characteristics of their junctions. They all eventually ended up in the garbage ... boo hoo.

Anyway, I've herd of Zoltan and never paid attention. Anything having to do with toroidal coils is new to me. I am trying to find leaks in Luc's circuit but there aren't that many places it can leak in the first place. I don't know. I was getting ready to dive into MEG stuff, but I don't think that is real. I do think that Luc's thing is real because I've had success with SEC stuff. They might be related ... mmmm.

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Hi everyone,

I took some time off today to do some more experiments as I can't stop thinking about this setup and I'm sure that goes for many of you.

I made 2 new video's to which I hope will answer some questions and help understand the effect.

Sorry I can't answer individual questions. I rather use the limited time I have to continue experimenting and posting videos that will hopefully cover everything one would need to make a successful replication.

@Gyula, can you please explain how the 3vpp measured gate leak between the source and drain is capable of keeping the circuit running NOW at 30vdc, 57KHz with 50% duty cycle without using any current and maintaining 1.90vdc on the pickup coil with 49,850 Ohm load. Thank you for your help and time

Test 5 video: YouTube - Self Running Coil test 5

Test 6 video: YouTube - Self Running Coil test 6

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