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To entice you with a little data -- see attached schematic for the sj1 device and DATA from a Tek 3032B which shows the input power (left, red waveform) and output power (right red waveform).Pin ~ 10 mW , Pout ~ 79 mW per the MATH on the Tek 3032. (Mean V(t)*I(t)).You can do the math from there . For more info, ask, or go over to the OUResearch.com forum (link in post#1 above).Would like to see someone replicate and test this puppy! No magnets to buy or bearings...PS -- I spoke to Carmen Muller of Muller Power Co. today. Found her articulate and sharp. I think she ended up asking me more questions than I asked her... good conversation. Busy person these days. (Both of us actually.)
To entice you with a little data -- see attached schematic for the sj1 device and DATA from a Tek 3032B which shows the input power (left, red waveform) and output power (right red waveform).Pin ~ 10 mW , Pout ~ 79 mW per the MATH on the Tek 3032. (Mean V(t)*I(t)).You can do the math from there .
Good Morning Dr. Jones,Following with interest, up to my eyeballs in RomeroUK motor (bearings and magnets!), but a question. Have you tested or do you think this circuit can operate at AF frequencies, in the range of 1 to 3 kHz with larger inductors/cap., with the same ratio of input to output? Going on vacation for a week, soon as I get back, can build no problem and have a good scope to check it also. Respectfully,Ben K4ZEP
Looks great Prof. Jones.Here are the 2 video Sterling D. Allan took of it:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ne7tj5VT_lwhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_fGKtmp8CcNow we need some replications and some good measurementsand a scale up, so we can extract usable power from it.Many thanks.Regards, Stefan.
Only one way to show this is OU, is to self-power then power a load if possible.