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Author Topic: Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.  (Read 74566 times)

Offline Arnookie

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Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.
« on: May 12, 2011, 09:18:55 PM »
Very Very easy. Free energy Running a 240v lightbulb of one AA battery. Very real and very usefull. With full how to. 100% real. This is very easy to do and easy to make. Hope some of you find this usefull. Great for reading lights or camping. Free energy if you get the camera and battery from used source. It will also run for over 12 hrs on a single rechargeable battery. Uses hardly any amps. Great for science shows.
Video here :-  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4Qo68HvxoE
Circuit diagram for a07 fuji board can be found at the following link.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/60511976@N07/5519648005
« Last Edit: May 13, 2011, 12:48:23 AM by Arnookie »

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Re: Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2011, 07:06:07 PM »
Very Very easy. Free energy Running a 240v lightbulb of one AA battery. Very real and very usefull. With full how to. 100% real. This is very easy to do and easy to make. Hope some of you find this usefull. Great for reading lights or camping. Free energy if you get the camera and battery from used source. It will also run for over 12 hrs on a single rechargeable battery. Uses hardly any amps. Great for science shows.
Video here :-  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4Qo68HvxoE
Circuit diagram for a07 fuji board can be found at the following link.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/60511976@N07/5519648005

Great work Arnookie: I want to replicate it. Couple of questions: How many watts and frequency is your cfl. Are you familiar with the disposable Kodak camera circuit (Fan saver), since Fuji´s is not available down here?
 
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Re: Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2011, 08:17:40 PM »
Great work Arnookie: I want to replicate it. Couple of questions: How many watts and frequency is your cfl. Are you familiar with the disposable Kodak camera circuit (Fan saver), since Fuji´s is not available down here?
 
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Yes I am familiar with the kodak and nearly all the circuits. The cfl is 13watt hope that helps. I have hundreds of the fuji circuits that I give free to people who can't get them. I only request people send me a stamped addressed envelope and a few bucks to cover postage. Message me if you want to know more, but it normall costs about $3 to post them.
If you need help with the kodak circuit message me and I will try to help. :O)

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Re: Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.
« Reply #3 on: May 25, 2011, 11:26:42 PM »
You should be able to find cfl around 11-14watts easy anyware I use the philips 11watt bulbs usually. don't worry about the voltage difforence that has no effect. Once the bulb is removed from its balast or base they are the same warever you are. Also I have used a wide range in bulbs watts.  They all seem to work okay just not tried bulbs above 60 watts. :O)
Just wannted to make that clear. :O)

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Re: Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.
« Reply #4 on: May 26, 2011, 02:14:24 PM »
Arnookie:

Well done.  I would only add that folks use led bulbs instead of cfls as you can get much more light with less power use.

I have used the Lights Of America bulbs from Walmart so far and I get at least 2 times the light as I do from my cfl versions.

I did a comparison in my video here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qb7HUuFFJnM

I didn't notice if you also cut the anode end of the diode to get the full wave in your version?  If not, this really helps a lot with the output.  A single AA can run 3 of these bulbs which have 27 led chips in each bulb.  Very, very bright and no breakage or mercury to worry about.

I always wanted to do a how to on the Fuji mod but never got around to it.  Great job.

Bill

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Offline Arnookie

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Re: Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.
« Reply #5 on: May 26, 2011, 03:58:58 PM »
Arnookie:

Well done.  I would only add that folks use led bulbs instead of cfls as you can get much more light with less power use.

I have used the Lights Of America bulbs from Walmart so far and I get at least 2 times the light as I do from my cfl versions.

I did a comparison in my video here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qb7HUuFFJnM

I didn't notice if you also cut the anode end of the diode to get the full wave in your version?  If not, this really helps a lot with the output.  A single AA can run 3 of these bulbs which have 27 led chips in each bulb.  Very, very bright and no breakage or mercury to worry about.

I always wanted to do a how to on the Fuji mod but never got around to it.  Great job.

Bill

Thanks Bill,
 I have not refered to the led bulbs because of the cost. They are still very very expensive!
especially in the UK. The cheapest I have seen them so far in the UK stores are about £15-£20 each.
I also tried to keep this as simple as possible and is the main reason I suggested using cfl's because they are so easy to get and most people already have a few kicking about.
Yes you are correct about cutting the anode end of the diode and no I do not show this in the video again just for keeping it a simple as possible. Maybe I should have included that as I agree it makes a big difference. Thanks for picking up on that.

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Re: Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.
« Reply #6 on: May 26, 2011, 05:01:54 PM »
Arnookie: Here you have pics of Kodak fansaver circuit. Unfortunately don’t have a good resolution webcam. Please check if you can work with that.

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Offline Arnookie

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Re: Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.
« Reply #7 on: May 26, 2011, 10:17:52 PM »
Arnookie: Here you have pics of Kodak fansaver circuit. Unfortunately don’t have a good resolution webcam. Please check if you can work with that.

Hi yes I am sure I have that one Will get back to you with pics if I have.
I will just have to sort through what I have and pull the correct one.
Then I should be able to help. :O)

Offline viny

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Re: Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.
« Reply #8 on: June 08, 2011, 05:41:48 PM »
Hi Arnookie: Finally I could find a Fuji circuit exactly as the right one in your pics, but I don’t get it as bright as yours. I’m working with a CFL of 12watts. Even more I get it lit just when I make bridge between contact 2 and one leg of resistor (straight left welding point).

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Re: Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.
« Reply #9 on: June 08, 2011, 07:50:56 PM »
Hi, well I can suggest cutting the anode end of the diode.
Also try a charged rechargable battery with it. You could also try a higher watt bulb. But 12watt sounds good to me. Some bulbs depending on make also give less light output. Try a philips bulb or another make of bulb, Some have a very dim yellow output, the ones I use have a very bright blue output I found philips to be the best for me. I found the bulbs lower than 11 watt give very little light.
Hope that helps.
Also double check your connections as the two boards shown here are different.
 http://www.flickr.com/photos/arnookie/5684599721/in/photostream/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/arnookie/5519648005/in/photostream/
Check them both for your board. I will post how to do the kodak circuit also, but we are having a full house renovation carried out at the moment. So I am a little tied up at the moment especially with four kids. I will post pics soon. :O)

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Re: Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.
« Reply #10 on: July 13, 2012, 05:23:03 PM »
I was wondering if someone has done this with the Socket Pocket Smile disposable camera. Board looks similar but I can't figure out where to put the leads...

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Re: Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.
« Reply #11 on: July 14, 2012, 01:56:21 AM »
What about making the circuit from scracth so we don't have to buy a disposable camera?


Can you post the circuit schematic?


Thanks.

Offline MasterKayyy

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Re: Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.
« Reply #12 on: August 06, 2012, 08:52:09 PM »
What about making the circuit from scracth so we don't have to buy a disposable camera?


Can you post the circuit schematic?


Thanks.


That would be great at $10 a piece just to dismantle id like to salvage the components if i can.

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Re: Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.
« Reply #13 on: September 04, 2012, 10:18:38 PM »
Hi,

The A07 Fuji board has been superseded by their A60 board which has the battery Plus on the long arm. The board looks fairly similar. I have the red light solidly lit and the fluorescent bulb confirmed as correctly wired and working, but when I connect the bulb (as shown for the A07 board), the red light dims only slightly and the bulb shows slight activity but does not strike and light. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

Patrick

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Re: Fuji joule thief full instructions video and pics.
« Reply #14 on: September 05, 2012, 03:13:38 AM »
Hi,

The A07 Fuji board has been superseded by their A60 board which has the battery Plus on the long arm. The board looks fairly similar. I have the red light solidly lit and the fluorescent bulb confirmed as correctly wired and working, but when I connect the bulb (as shown for the A07 board), the red light dims only slightly and the bulb shows slight activity but does not strike and light. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

Patrick

Yes there is several things you can do . There is a resistor at that base of that transistor .this holds true no matter which board you have . there are actually 4 different fugi boards. I used to put a small momentary switch to Kickstart  cfls bulbs that are stubborn to light . .. I also believe i hold the record for the longest running fugi off  a single battery 38 hours off an enigizeraa :)its a table lamp  I don't think we ever did a how to  but there are several other threads on the kodak and fugi .If you need help just ask . I also have a box of AA fuji circuit boards most have the neon and large transformer  and ask the the same . mailing charge and return envelope . I know a lot of people Cut that diode . I just jump it with a wire and then the output is where the cap used to be . you can replace that transistor base resistor with a variable pot also to adjust your current drain /brightness. and tune it with small disk capacitors across your pot outer legs . you will find a happy spot with good light and the least amount of current draw.

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