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Author Topic: The Kapanadze, Equipment to TEST your builds and testing ideas.  (Read 16238 times)

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THE DESIGN AND TESTING OF KAPANADZE COMPONENTS

Over the last several weeks I have thought, what are the methods people have used to test their own Kapanadze?
What "instrument" did they use to make tests to their devices they made to make sure these items worked as expected, eliminating the possibility of connecting something that may not function as expected.
 
I came to the assumption after delving into the original Kapanadze Thread that there was something missing, so I have begun by posting here a few images of my own setup I am currently putting together.

First of all, we need a power supply to replicate the 2000 volts that a running Kapanadze puts out, so I have taken a ordinary Microwave Oven Transformer (MOT as most of those who know these things) and by a simple modification by moving the pigtail from the start turn of the High Voltage coil I have access to the 2000 volts to drive any thing I need to test.

There is only one warning, 2000 volts is not to be mucked around with, it will kill you if you make a mistake.
The higher the voltage becomes, and the stronger the magnetic fields are the more energy will jump out to earth itself through a carelessly placed object, that might be you.
Only those people who are familiar through training and with working and with great experience with Very High voltages and can demonstrate it should do so.
If you have NO experience, then I most strongly recommend you select another topic or hobby now.
Don't come knocking on my door winging it's my fault if you hurt yourself.
 
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« Last Edit: July 06, 2011, 04:26:27 AM by electricme »

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Re: The Kapanadze, Equipment to TEST your builds and testing ideas.
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2011, 05:12:03 AM »
It appears the Kapanadze needs a string of light bulbs which are placed between one earth point and the Kapanadze itself, so I needed to make this item, then after it was built the problem was how to test it properly to make sure it actually works.

No good making it and once it is in the Kapanadze, and if the Kapanadze is not working, what then?
So I needed to eliminate up front any possibility that the Light string was good or not.

The above string of Halogen light bulbs consists of 10 bulbs, 240 volts at 42 watts each, they are all connected in Series.

This is powered by a single MOT, which is powered by 240 volts AC, the output is 2000 volts AC.
I have connected across the 240 volt primary coil a single 240 volt 10 watt light bulb which came originally out of a microwave oven. The idea is, if this bulb light up then there is power to the MOT itself.

The lights sockets are ordinary battern light holders which I bought from Bunnings.

4967 = one bulb holder looking down inside it, the 2 brass contacts is where the voltage appears.

4970 = My MOT power supply circuit which was hurriedly drawn up.
Basically it has 240 volts going into the 240 volt primary coil, through main switch and fuse. Later I will include a "soft start" feature consisting of a relay and 5 watt resister, to take care of inrush currents.

jim

 



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Re: The Kapanadze, Equipment to TEST your builds and testing ideas.
« Reply #2 on: July 06, 2011, 06:31:23 PM »
Jim:

Great photos over here.  I believe that you are right about the bulbs needing to be in the circuit and not just there to show the output.

Can you please place a link to this topic in the "large" Kapanadze topic?  That will let the other experimenters know this is here.

Keep up your great work with those MOTs.  I look forward to seeing your results.

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Re: The Kapanadze, Equipment to TEST your builds and testing ideas.
« Reply #3 on: July 07, 2011, 08:47:47 AM »
Bill:
Thanks, I will see how I go here, I need to put my MOT with the 2000 volt output into a "proper" container, this will happen this weekend I hope.

jim


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Re: The Kapanadze, Equipment to TEST your builds and testing ideas.
« Reply #4 on: July 08, 2011, 02:44:46 PM »
Jim:

Please be careful.  Remember how many times I got zapped by the Fuji JT?  AND, I was being careful.

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Re: The Kapanadze, Equipment to TEST your builds and testing ideas.
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Re: The Kapanadze, Equipment to TEST your builds and testing ideas.
« Reply #5 on: July 09, 2011, 05:10:19 AM »
Bill:

I'm OK, don't worry, I'm being very careful, all my Hi Voltage leads are covered in special tubeing.

In my Auto Electrical days I have been hit with 15Kv off a spark plug coil once or twice, I am not about to repeat this.
The secret to success is knowledge, so I have been looking at quite a few Tesla sites, as they have knowledge that most people haven't a clue about, anyway I been waiting to see how interrested folks are in responding here.

Maybe the Kapanadze has died and fell off their radar!!!!!

I have a few sheets of perspex that I need to press into service.

Got myself a spark plug timing test set, the leads are copper cored and quite flexable and rated way above 2Kv.

Bought myself 4 X tall glass containers, these would make beautiful leaden jars, might try them in series or parallel, or not use them at all.

I have a question though for anyone who might know the answer.
When the electrodes are placed in the ground, what would be the best electrode to use, it's geometry, how deep? Would some perform better than others.

Say if someone has a working Kapanadze, what happens if the electrodes were moved to 90 degrees to where they were originally placed?
Is it possible to "tune" the Kapanadze by electrode placement.
Do Telleric currents flow in one direction one day, then flow in a different direction the next day? A bit like the direction clouds move overhead, to the east, or west etc

jim

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Re: The Kapanadze, Equipment to TEST your builds and testing ideas.
« Reply #6 on: July 09, 2011, 05:44:33 AM »
Bill:

I'm OK, don't worry, I'm being very careful, all my Hi Voltage leads are covered in special tubing.

In my Auto Electrical days I have been hit with 15Kv off a spark plug coil once or twice, I am not about to repeat this.
The secret to success is knowledge, so I have been looking at quite a few Tesla sites, as they have knowledge that most people haven't a clue about, anyway I been waiting to see how interrested folks are in responding here.

Maybe the Kapanadze has died and fell off their radar!!!!!

I have a few sheets of perspex that I need to press into service.

Got myself a spark plug timing test set, the leads are copper cored and quite flexable and rated way above 2Kv.

Bought myself 4 X tall glass containers, these would make beautiful leaden jars, might try them in series or parallel, or not use them at all.

I have a question though for anyone who might know the answer.
When the electrodes are placed in the ground, what would be the best electrode to use, it's geometry, how deep? Would some perform better than others.

Say if someone has a working Kapanadze, what happens if the electrodes were moved to 90 degrees to where they were originally placed?
Is it possible to "tune" the Kapanadze by electrode placement.
Do Telleric currents flow in one direction one day, then flow in a different direction the next day? A bit like the direction clouds move overhead, to the east, or west etc

jim

Dude, MOTS are nothing like like an auto ignition. 21 years ago I was working on a double cell wall oven with a micro in the top cell. We removed it from the wall and set it on the floor. While it was installed, the unit had no HV output. Now top removed, I pulled the filament (4 Vac) leads from the tube, inserted my 750 v test leads. I was holding them like chopsticks in one hand and the meter in the other. I told my partner to turn it on...There was a big arc flash.. it jumped through the leads, burning a hole through my middle fingernail, burned off the finger print, jumped into my left hand, down my arm across my heart and came out my belly. Burning a 1/2 inch hole in my sweatshirt. They said after about 2 full seconds I jumped away. The arc then came out of my chest at the center of my ribs. I thought I blew my hand off. I was screaming and I could not see. After a few minutes my vision returned. I picked my self up and quickly left the customers house as I thought I would vomit. I sat down on the curbside and completely locked up (shock). The ambulance came, they pried me onto a gurney. They started an I.V. And let the catheter bleed out on the ground to see if they were in a vein.  Clear plasma was pouring out of my vein on to the ground. The medic said "OH MY GOD!!! your blood is separated!!!" then started pushing ringers lactate. I nearly died that day! BE CAREFUL !!!!   




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Re: The Kapanadze, Equipment to TEST your builds and testing ideas.
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Re: The Kapanadze, Equipment to TEST your builds and testing ideas.
« Reply #7 on: July 10, 2011, 02:30:55 PM »
Dude, thanks for the yarn and welcome to the thread.

First TEKRON I am sorry you got injured through fault testing a microwave oven, seriously I hope you will be OK.
However what a dum thing it was to use the method you used to fault test it, I'm talking about using a 750 volt rating DMM and trying to heave (an ubnexpected) 2000 odd volts and current through it, no wonder the energy jumped out of the test leads and into your thumb, turning you into a lighting bolt in the process, it also must of had the HV Capacitor in circuit. Maybe a interlock switch was sticking somewhere in the works originally.

I know you were expecting just the filament voltage from the small coil inside the MOT to show up on the DMM.
I bet that DMM was bug eyed after that lot going through it. ;D
If you are up to it, take a look at this site here, there is a ignitin coil that puts out more sparks that I ever seen a MOT do. http://members.iinet.net.au/~pterren/Other_HV_stuff.htm#Voltmeter you will need to browse up a little and you will see it, nice.

I get up and move a good distance away before applying power to any project I am working on before switch on, wether it's powered by batteries or otherwise.

Hope your thumb, blood plasma and the holy shirt are fixed up now.

jim
 
 

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Re: The Kapanadze, Equipment to TEST your builds and testing ideas.
« Reply #8 on: July 10, 2011, 02:44:05 PM »
Jim:

Are you going to use any caps with your multiple MOTs set-up?  Or, are they not needed?

Bill

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Re: The Kapanadze, Equipment to TEST your builds and testing ideas.
« Reply #9 on: February 27, 2014, 05:49:27 AM »
Hello I am a funeral director hahahahhahahahahahahh Now what on this earth is the purpose and reason for such a high starting voltage to power a few lights ??? ??? ??? ohh I see its the high frequency to stimulate the emission of photons  hahahahhahahah One day very soon its going to go very badly wrong !

Why not normal operating current ??? ?? ITS SAFE LEGAL AND IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING IT WORKS IN THE SAME WAY BUT MUCH BETTER !

But I get it the death zone is what you like ok hahahahahahhahahahahaahahahhahaaaaahahahahahahahahahaahahahahaha

What a load of rubbish and why do you keep thinking up new ways to kill yourself ??? ? My science team are watching in fact we are placing bets on the ones we fill will die first ! The real ma-coy starts with a 9 volt battery ! Do you see my point ?

Also in the death zone is the term nut-jobs oh yes this is a real term but its ok dont worry you only become a nut-job when you are dead as the job is done hahahahahhahaha !!!!!

So how many 10 year olds are going to give this a try ??? hahaha ohh that's nor funny !!!!! So you want free energy ??? how much does the parts cost hahahahahhahaahahahah .

Ohh ITS OVERUNITY HAHAHAHAHAHAHA THAT IS EVEN MORE FUNNY THAN A NUT-JOB AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
What is the full amount of energy in the system ? count all the electrons and protons newtons dont forget each proton is 1kw of pure energy ! So how many do you have ahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahhaahhahahaha

Now your want over-unity ok could you let me build a bunker first I am only 3000 miles away from you hahahahahahahah

good luck and hope that when you get cooked you use a few vegetables to go with the meal maybe you will find them here hahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaahahahahahhahahahahahhahahahahahahhahahahahha

ATOMMIX


 

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