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Old 12-02-2010, 05:09 AM
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No, it just means that in normal PNP use my stingo consume 1000 mA, and in reverse PNP use my stingo consume 450 mA. 1000/450 = 2.22. That is more than 100% improvement.

I just want to say twice more efficient.
But, what i did wrong not to be able to notice such a great improvement
when i switched PNP in reverse mode ?...I left that one stingo like that
(in reverse mode), but since it is 6 a.m. here, i soon go to sleep (who
normal goes to sleep in that time ?..no one !) so i am going to search
this thing today after a little bit of sleep...But, while i am still awake
i have to ask you how come that i noticed in fact opposite effect than
what you just wrote :

In my last post i just explained that there is more consumption of
current with reverse mode, and you said total different thing :
2,2 times less consumption of current...

Help me to become sober after this confrontation of opposite notations !
Maybe some hints could help...
And final question : how come your schematics are not in reverse mode ?
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And final question : how come your schematics are not in reverse mode ?
No, schematic in this thread show reverse mode. The arrow point to wrong current direction. normal mode should have the arrow point to negative of the source battery.



nvisser point out this when he look at my photos:





Some first schematic show normal mode while I actually solder it in invert mode.... The schematic on old post still not corrected:
Combining radiant output, 0.2 + 0.2 = 1.5

The schematic in this thread use reversed PNP.
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Old 12-02-2010, 07:54 AM
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lower standing voltage after charging

I found this interesting.

I try to charge zinc carbon 1.5V battery today. Initially it is 3.14V and 0.28A.


After charging it become 3.09V and 0.67A.


So, battery can actually reduce standing voltage too after charging. I guess we can not rely with voltage to measure state of charge.

After resting and charging, now hold at 0.9A. Should hold for a month or so for remote control...
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Old 12-02-2010, 03:49 PM
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No, schematic in this thread show reverse mode. The arrow point to wrong current direction. normal mode should have the arrow point to negative of the source battery.

The schematic in this thread use reversed PNP.
Oh, well, now it make sense, but still puzzled how come you consider
reducing the consumption of current in reverse mode as rising of the
efficiency too ? My measurements do not prove that, efficiency stay
the same, we just have to adjust pot. to higher resistance to reduce
consumption of current in normal mode, but it doesnt mean that
efficiency changes at all, at least according my notations...Maybe i
miss the point somehow or i just have to make more experiments...

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Does this mean that if i change this bedini window cole circuit in the
same way as you did with stingo (reverse PNP) i am going to reduce
current consumption just like it is case with stingo ?

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I try to charge zinc carbon 1.5V battery today. Initially it is 3.14V and 0.28A.
After charging it become 3.09V and 0.67A.
So, people do not throw away zinc carbon batteries !
Stingo is superb for that purpose too !!!

How many times you estimate we could recharge these non rechargeabled
( )batteries ?
And what current input you use for 1,5 V batteries
and what current input you use for 9 V batteries ???

Rgds !
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Old 12-02-2010, 07:56 PM
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My Stingo

Today I finished my stingo circuit and tried it on two dead batteries. With amazement it charging the other with only 4ma
I am posting my circuit photo thanks to sucahyo help.
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Old 12-03-2010, 03:41 AM
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Oh, well, now it make sense, but still puzzled how come you consider reducing the consumption of current in reverse mode as rising of the efficiency too ? My measurements do not prove that, efficiency stay the same, we just have to adjust pot. to higher resistance to reduce consumption of current in normal mode, but it doesnt mean that efficiency changes at all, at least according my notations...Maybe i miss the point somehow or i just have to make more experiments...
You mean you reach similar efficiency at high frequency? Well, I only have one digital amp meter, so I conclude normal as less efficient when I see result.

Another reason is PNP will flow current is dead. When the circuit is not oscillating, the PNP will kept drawing current from the source without powering the load. I think duty cycle of the NPN would be different. maybe 50% at normal mode and 1% in reverse mode. Godfrey and 7imix can confirm this?

Another reason is I use low frequency in real application.


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Does this mean that if i change this bedini window cole circuit in the same way as you did with stingo (reverse PNP) i am going to reduce current consumption just like it is case with stingo ?
No. different functionality, reversing will make it no longer work. Stingo is use PNP as trigger. The windows cole circuit?, use PNP as switch.

Actually I am thinking of doing similar configuration, with stingo:


I will try this today.

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How many times you estimate we could recharge these non rechargeabled ( )batteries ?
And what current input you use for 1,5 V batteries
and what current input you use for 9 V batteries ???
Thanks . recharged non rechargeable battery pnly usefull for something that do not draw much current like remote or calculator. But bigger one like AA or D-cell can lit torch light decently.

I don't put attention to the current I put to the battery. I just let it stay in my double stingo charger until it get hot. If it is nimh or nicad or SLA until it get warm. Current should be between 500ma to 750A.

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Today I finished my stingo circuit and tried it on two dead batteries. With amazement it charging the other with only 4ma
I am posting my circuit photo thanks to sucahyo help.
Nice achievement .

I can't see it well, is that FWBR version? if you intent to use it for battery charging or reviving, use the FWBR version.
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Old 12-03-2010, 05:18 AM
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Actually I am thinking of doing similar configuration, with stingo:


I will try this today.
Wow, great expectations ! Should i try this today too, or better to
wait your impressions first ?

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I don't put attention to the current I put to the battery. I just let it stay in my double stingo charger until it get hot. If it is nimh or nicad or SLA until it get warm. Current should be between 500ma to 750A.
And i thought 300 mAmps is to much , but maybe it is optimum for two
hours charging, but if your output to the battery is 500 or 750 mA, than
you have to stop charging after half an hour, because this is quite enough
time for batteries to become hot with so much mAmps, am i right ?
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Wow, great expectations ! Should i try this today too, or better to wait your impressions first ?
Prepare for non working circuit if you try, I still not sure about the connection.


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And i thought 300 mAmps is to much , but maybe it is optimum for two hours charging, but if your output to the battery is 500 or 750 mA, than you have to stop charging after half an hour, because this is quite enough time for batteries to become hot with so much mAmps, am i right ?
Only on zinc carbon. When I forget to stop charging after it already full, the nimh and nicad do not get that hot. Still colder than cheap commercial charger.

I charge 2500mAh nimh in two hour. But that kind of amperage is not high, compare it with this:
http://battery.sanyo.com/en/spec/cadnica/N-1700SCR.pdf

charging 1700mAh under an hour require 2600mAh ...
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Stingo window cole test result = fail. I can only run it with single diode which defeat the purposes of having enclosed coil.


BTW, can anyone having scope check if using two PNP in tandem/paralel/leg by leg will produce double spike?
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Hi Sucahyo I did this one posted is it for charging or there's another?
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Hi Sucahyo I did this one posted is it for charging or there's another?
If you have two amp meter, see if this circuit bellow produce better result:


My feeling tell me this one better. But I only be sure after testing with two amp meter.
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Here is video showing the effect of HV secondary to neon bulb brightness and charging.
YouTube - Stingo car coil HV connection choice

If you use car coil, short the secondary or connect to the load positive.
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Inspired by Farmhand pulse charging, I try to charge 12V battery with 3V sparker:




The neon end up lit all the time. It is harder to make the neon pulsing, but can be done....

Video:
YouTube - HV pulse charging


May not be efficient, but still fun .
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If you have two amp meter, see if this circuit bellow produce better result:


My feeling tell me this one better. But I only be sure after testing with two amp meter.
Hi Sucahyo regarding capacitors we're always talking 1uf 250v? When testing if it's working what do you do a neon?or a meter? and where to the output?
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Sucahyo, could we light the cfls with stingo somehow ?
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Hi Sucahyo regarding capacitors we're always talking 1uf 250v?
I use that capacitor, but I think you can use any value. See if bigger or lower capacitance change efficiency. That require two amp meter at input and at output.

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When testing if it's working what do you do a neon?or a meter? and where to the output?
We can replace charged battery with neon or meter. Or put amp meter in series with charged battery. You can also hear the coil sing sometimes.


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Sucahyo, could we light the cfls with stingo somehow ?
Yes, we can use secondary HV to lit CFL. Best result obtained with correct primary secondary ratio, but I am not sure what ratio. I get brighter CFL with 9V/240V transformer than car coil. I once get full brightness with 3 watt.
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Yes, we can use secondary HV to lit CFL. Best result obtained with correct primary secondary ratio, but I am not sure what ratio. I get brighter CFL with 9V/240V transformer than car coil. I once get full brightness with 3 watt.
You mean, you wind secondary over first stingo toroid layer or you use
special toroid instead of stingo standard toroid, for example like i saw in JT
thread 4 turns for L1, 4 turns for L2, and then 80 - 400 turns for L3 and all
that on standar one inch toroid ?

Go and see my new thread super charger "bingo" , i name it by
stingo changing just first letter...I would like to see your opinion on that !

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You mean, you wind secondary over first stingo toroid layer or you use special toroid instead of stingo standard toroid, for example like i saw in JT thread 4 turns for L1, 4 turns for L2, and then 80 - 400 turns for L3 and all that on standar one inch toroid ?
Yes, something like that .
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Yes, something like that .
Thanks !
I suppose you mean yes for this other solution, L1,L2, and L3 ?
Or you mean yes for both (including secondary over standard stingo)?
I have to try this, but since cfls are not so cheep here i have to wait
that one of my cfls that i am using for lightening my apartment fail,
and then disassemble it...
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Thanks !
I suppose you mean yes for this other solution, L1,L2, and L3 ?
Or you mean yes for both (including secondary over standard stingo)?
I have to try this, but since cfls are not so cheep here i have to wait
that one of my cfls that i am using for lightening my apartment fail,
and then disassemble it...
Yes for both solution. You need secondary that has more wound than the primary.

The quality of CFL here is so bad that I have more broken one ....
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Old 12-06-2010, 09:51 AM
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Stingo Colloidal Gold Generator

Iíve found yet another health use for the Stingo circuit. This is related to the following thread:

Monatomic Gold (white powder of gold)

Typical production of colloidal gold, an oral supplement which is a suspension of gold nano-particles in water, involves high voltage arcing under water.

In these YouTube posts, for instance, RadeshNarine uses the high voltage output from running mains AC through a MOT to create an arc between two gold electrodes underwater:

Colloidal Gold Generator Part1

Colloidal Gold Generator Part2

His apparatus generates serious, high current HV, which can kill someone who gets shocked by it.

The same Stingo sparker setup with the car coil, which Iíve demoed previously in this thread also produces HV arcs without so much current being involved:



Yes it can give one a powerful jolt if shocked, but itís not likely to be lethal. Nevertheless, donít try this at home unless you have knowledge and experience handling High Voltage.

With a good pair of sneakers/trainers on and paying close attention to whatís insulated and where the path of highest potential is, I can avoid shock completely and manipulate two gold electrodes to get enough underwater arcing to happen to produce an adequate quantity of colloidal gold for personal use. Because the arcs arenít very large, however, itís almost inevitable that I do it manually, since it would be impossible to set up a close enough gap mechanically. I actually have to rub the two electrodes together to get the right arcing action.

Here it is demoed with my very modest, at present, video capability:

Stingo Colloidal Gold Electrolyzer 1

Stingo Colloidal Gold Electrolyzer 2

Donít get too excited about the red glow in the second videoÖit was just the reflection of a camera light on the water, as my wife zoomed in for a close-up.

What is not visible, but which I could clearly see during the procedure, are very small, inky dark clouds produced in the water during arcing. They dissipate so quickly, however, that I canít tell what color they are.

Even though this approach did not produce enough nano-particle gold to tint the water a particular color, Iím pretty sure that I got as concentrated a solution as I have purchased from commercial manufacturers, because of the common metallic aftertaste.

I used medically pure gold wire for the electrodes and arced them under distilled water.

As a further experiment, I added some hydrogen peroxide to ionize the water a bit, for one batch. But I found that this dissipates the potential which otherwise concentrates itself between the electrodes in the underwater arc. So Iím sticking with distilled water for now.

For further consideration and investigation:

I used the unrectified AC output. I will try further tests with output after the recovery diode.

I got a headache from working with and near the car coil. For arcing, however, I havenít encountered any other coil that can do it. Consuming the freshly produced colloidal gold water also gave me a headache. This effect went away after letting the product sit for 24 hours. It brings up the fact that a Stingo can also be used to positively energize water, but a toroid coil is better suited for such a purpose.

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Hi Sucahyo thanks for help another thing regarding resistors both 2watts?
Today I managed to try it and heard the coil singing too
Ok I will do more tests on this circuit.
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Old 12-07-2010, 06:58 AM
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Could you explain this a little bit more ?
Cikljamas, my hard working friend, wanted to catch up with you on this question of yours at my first opportunity.

Regarding 'radiant spikes', I have been tuning my Stingos with the use not only of things like neons cfls, and meters but also while looking at a scope, like 7imix demos in his videos.

With 3V setups, like the sleeper, the output pulses can be viewed on my scope, like this previously posted the wave form:



On this scale, each graph segment represents 10V, and I have moved the 0 baseline down to the bottom to show as much of the spike as I can but the scope still cuts off the top. As you can see, then, it is a very sharp, almost completely positive (taking into account the back emf polarity reverse) and climbs to 92V. I try tuning the potentiometers to optimize the voltage of these spikes.

As for my use of the word 'radiant', that is a bit subjective. It is my personal opinion, based on my experience, that something other than increased voltage is being generated. I experience it as a radiant energy which helps me rest better in the case of the sleeper.

I still need to catch up on the latest tech talk about input vs. output measurements, so forgive me if I say anything repetitive. In my humble opinion, we can only give a certain amount of credence to what our instruments tell us about what's being generated, including the scope measurements of voltage. At least in the case of the scope, one sees that there isn't steady current being generated and that the static meter measurements are at best some kind of average, and at worst being expressed by meters that don't have adequate sampling rates. And do watts, a measurement of heat, truly represent the power being generated?

Stingo output generates high voltage pulses with short duty cycles. If you graph the actual area of total voltage over time, I think the true calculations of current, and total power being generated, would be very different.

We further have the issue of the asymmetrical nature of the power being generated...and the pattern changes with the tuning. It's not really DC, even when rectified. Then start factoring in capacitance reactance and impedanceÖthe phase angle between voltage and current will not be a piece of cake to calculate.

We have issues with how the medium of the batteries react to these pulses.

When I'm satisfied with my battery charger setup, I'm going to try and capture output with a capacitor, using it like a measuring cup to volumize total power. If the cap fills up fast, then I'll oscillate it and measure the frequency of it filling and dumping. That should help get an accurate measurement of input power vs. electrically exploitable output power. Then and only then will I potentially be able to jump up and down and holler eureka, OU!

The nature of the energy we are attempting to harness defies current measurement instruments, IMO. Iíve found it to be volatile. I'm also considering it might be amenable to conscious direction.

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Eventually...

You might want to put a Peltier system to extract voltage from the heat.

I am watching with interest on this one.
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Consider the singing coil phenomenon observed when using stingo at certain frequencies. As the energy expands into a magnetic field around the primary and collapses into the capacitance of the secondary, sound waves are sent out spherically in all directions.

These are the longitudinal waves that are being generated by the coil. As the frequency rises above the audible range, the waves are still being generated, but they are too high for us to hear. These are the radiant sound waves that we are trying to capture. As Tesla was transmitting electricity wirelessly, he used two separate plates, one at an area of high potential, and another at an area of low potential. A wire connected between these two plates could drive a load.

It may also be possible to tap the energy without figuring out the wireless receiver. If the stingo drove another coil at it's quarter wave resonant frequency, the stationary wave would be set up in the coil instead of in the medium. We could then use high-voltage diodes at the place of highest potential in the coil and lowest potential in the coil to charge a cap and drive a load.

However, it will be difficult to get the stingo to oscillate at the resonant frequency of another coil. The coil will either have to have miles of wire, or the stingo will need to oscillate in the megahertz range.
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Old 12-07-2010, 11:37 PM
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Hi Godfrey, thanks for such comprehensive answer !
And thanks that you note my hard work too !

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Regarding 'radiant spikes', I have been tuning my Stingos with the use not only of things like neons cfls, and meters but also while looking at a scope, like 7imix demos in his videos.
REgarding cfls, could you say how you wind stingo toroid for that purpose ?


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And do watts, a measurement of heat, truly represent the power being generated?
Interesting question !


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As for my use of the word 'radiant', that is a bit subjective. It is my personal opinion, based on my experience, that something other than increased voltage is being generated.
Maybe orgon, whatever it is ?

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At least in the case of the scope, one sees that there isn't steady current being generated and that the static meter measurements are at best some kind of average, and at worst being expressed by meters that don't have adequate sampling rates...

...Stingo output generates high voltage pulses with short duty cycles. If you graph the actual area of total voltage over time, I think the true calculations of current, and total power being generated, would be very different.
In what way different IYHO ?

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We further have the issue of the asymmetrical nature of the power being generated...and the pattern changes with the tuning. It's not really DC, even when rectified...

We have issues with how the medium of the batteries react to these pulses.
This DC & AC stuff is also interesting, but i do not understand much about
it too in context of radiant energy...
And batteries reactions are also under question, but as far as i am concern
it seems to a certain extent that we can measure these input / output energies and that OU achievement is so close but also so far, so far !
What i am trying to say is, i am concern with achieving OU, and i do not care too much how it really works in theoretical physics level, cause i know how
physicists knows how little they know about electrons and their behavior for instance, but we still use these electrons every day, dont we ?

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m of the batteries react to these pulses.

When I'm satisfied with my battery charger setup, I'm going to try and capture output with a capacitor, using it like a measuring cup to volumize total power. If the cap fills up fast, then I'll oscillate it and measure the frequency of it filling and dumping. That should help get an accurate measurement of input power vs. electrically exploitable output power. Then and only then will I potentially be able to jump up and down and holler eureka, OU!
I would like to know how exactly perform these capacitors measurements !

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As Tesla was transmitting electricity wirelessly, he used two separate plates, one at an area of high potential, and another at an area of low potential. A wire connected between these two plates could drive a load.

It may also be possible to tap the energy without figuring out the wireless receiver. I

What do you think about this "free energy device" ?
cap 1, and cap 2 are 0,2 microF.
cap 3, and cap 4 are 100 microF.
diodes are 1n34 (germanium)
antena is thin wire...

I tried to replicate this yesterday using germanium diodes AA 133,
but it doesnt work at all...Are these guys that put this diagram pathetic
or i failed somehow with my replication (which i doubt very much) ???
But it is interesting concept however !!!
Here is that diagram :
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Typical production of colloidal gold, an oral supplement which is a suspension of gold nano-particles in water, involves high voltage arcing under water.
Great .

But, do I heard you correctly about spark under water with stingo? It would be great if you can provide side view video.


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What is not visible, but which I could clearly see during the procedure, are very small, inky dark clouds produced in the water during arcing. They dissipate so quickly, however, that I can’t tell what color they are.
Can't you use laser?

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Even though this approach did not produce enough nano-particle gold to tint the water a particular color, I’m pretty sure that I got as concentrated a solution as I have purchased from commercial manufacturers, because of the common metallic aftertaste.
That remind me when I submerge my head on positive radiant water...


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I used the unrectified AC output. I will try further tests with output after the recovery diode.
You intend to compare car coil HV output with toroid output?

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I got a headache from working with and near the car coil. For arcing, however, I haven’t encountered any other coil that can do it. Consuming the freshly produced colloidal gold water also gave me a headache. This effect went away after letting the product sit for 24 hours. It brings up the fact that a Stingo can also be used to positively energize water, but a toroid coil is better suited for such a purpose.
Try to use radiant sleeping aid functionality to the water too in that case.

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Hi Sucahyo thanks for help another thing regarding resistors both 2watts?
Today I managed to try it and heard the coil singing too
Ok I will do more tests on this circuit.
, only 100 ohm need to be 2 watt.

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When I'm satisfied with my battery charger setup, I'm going to try and capture output with a capacitor, using it like a measuring cup to volumize total power. If the cap fills up fast, then I'll oscillate it and measure the frequency of it filling and dumping. That should help get an accurate measurement of input power vs. electrically exploitable output power. Then and only then will I potentially be able to jump up and down and holler eureka, OU!
Great idea . Do that method rely on the capacitance value printed in the cap? Because I read that the tolerance value of capacitor is rather high. 200uF is not really 200uF.

Also there is possibility that we can only observe OU with lead acid only.

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Consider the singing coil phenomenon observed when using stingo at certain frequencies. As the energy expands into a magnetic field around the primary and collapses into the capacitance of the secondary, sound waves are sent out spherically in all directions.
As interesting phenomena, when I use stingo as zapper (before diode) when the coil was singing, then the skin in contact with the electrode (or was it the electrode?) will also sing.

Sometimes when charging a battery, I locate the singing not coming from the coil but from the battery instead.


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What do you think about this "free energy device" ?
I never heard promising result. Some close one are by sparking to charge a battery, other by using caduceus coil. Look for Samuel Faile.
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Hi Cikljamas I tried that circuit to capture electricity from air but it did not work for me neither. So as you was saying Sucahyo this stingo circuit emits certain orgone energy too when in operation?. I think I saw this info somewhere not sure if I'm mixing threads now .
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Hi guys! I just lighted my first stingo-cfl(9W) using 12/220 transformer,
and it lits bright (see picture) drawing 220 mAmps from 12 V battery...
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Hi Cikljamas I tried that circuit to capture electricity from air but it did not work for me neither. So as you was saying Sucahyo this stingo circuit emits certain orgone energy too when in operation?. I think I saw this info somewhere not sure if I'm mixing threads now .
I think any electrical polarity produce orgone, but higher with coil swiching technique. But that do not means we can convert the produced orgone polarity to electricity. That may need something else to add.


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Hi guys! I just lighted my first stingo-cfl(9W) using 12/220 transformer, and it lits bright (see picture) drawing 220 mAmps from 12 V battery...
Congratulation . How much current needed to be as bright as it normally do?

Try it with bingo too .
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