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Author Topic: Lynx Joule Inverter  (Read 95238 times)

Offline SkyWatcher123

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Re: Lynx Joule Inverter
« Reply #75 on: December 14, 2012, 08:33:56 AM »
Hi folks, Hi synchro1, have seen that circuit before.
Have you tried it and wonder if that could be used with say a joule thief or similar oscillator with a secondary.
Maybe for starters, try a separate battery to charge, to prevent any damage to transistors and see if the battery likes it or not.
peace love light
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Re: Lynx Joule Inverter
« Reply #75 on: December 14, 2012, 08:33:56 AM »

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Re: Lynx Joule Inverter
« Reply #77 on: December 14, 2012, 04:38:50 PM »
Hi folks, Hi synchro1, have seen that circuit before.
Have you tried it and wonder if that could be used with say a joule thief or similar oscillator with a secondary.
Maybe for starters, try a separate battery to charge, to prevent any damage to transistors and see if the battery likes it or not.
peace love light
tyson :)

This circuit of jonnydavro's, in his video below, looks similar to the kind of Jt circuit you're talking about. Firstly, jonnydavro's potentiometer adjusted buzzer to transistor base control circuit functions as a cheap and simple PWM. His unique assembly of componants wired where Stefan has his relay would permit us to bring the neon bulb and transformer into peak resonance and maximize output from the demagnetization phase of the charge cycle.
 
Lynxstream's innovation uses the LED bulb circuit to generate Stefan's kind of "Demag" power and demonstrates his rock bottem amp draw as a consequence. I've built dozens of these kinds of Jt inverter circuits but Lynxstream's is so far the most elegant one that I've seen run up till now. My central point is that Lynxstream's inverter circuit seems to be generating it's own running power from Stefan's kind of "Zaev effect" and has real overunity potential. I think we can marry jonnydavro's buzzer controller to Stefan's transformer, primary in series to secondary, transformer circuit and perhaps even beat Lynxstream's extremely low amp draw, but then again, perhaps not.
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PNgpWUJGB4

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Re: Lynx Joule Inverter
« Reply #78 on: December 14, 2012, 09:13:39 PM »
Hi . Very Cool Lynx. Unfortunately those Bulbs are not available at any wallmart ,lowes or home depot withing 50 miles of me :) I looked hlf the morning and there justs is none in eastern NC. In fact i could not find any Ge led bulbs at all and the ones i have ill not flash with 12 volts or work like yours will (   Oh Well . I see they don;t make the three watt anymore either but they are replaced online by a 3 pack of 2.5watt and i have no idea if the same circuit is in them so i will not order them  But Congrats on your Find and that is so Cool ..

Merry Christmas


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Re: Lynx Joule Inverter
« Reply #79 on: December 15, 2012, 01:19:41 AM »
Its too bad the LED bulbs are so expensive.  I understand its not worth the risk to just be fooling around.  Now if they were a buck like CFLs are now, that would be different.  Gadget - I would send one to you for a Christmas Present if you would like.

I love Johnny Davaro's work.  He is quite clever.  I never tried the buzzer but I have no doubt it works well.  Lets try Synchro1's idea with the buzzer and a 2N3055 and transformer and see what we get.  We're kind of back to the JR3.0 but with another part.  It would be nice if this idea worked better for CFLs than the JR3.0.  The crossover circuit looks easy when Laser Saber does it, but I have found it difficult to replicate.

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Re: Lynx Joule Inverter
« Reply #79 on: December 15, 2012, 01:19:41 AM »
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Re: Lynx Joule Inverter
« Reply #80 on: December 16, 2012, 03:14:30 AM »
Lynx I want one but not at your expense . Thank you anyways for the kind offer but i am spent out this year(s) But it is one cool way to have light from a panel i'll bet . I also have 8 panels , 4 1 x 4 mounted on a sat dish mount to track the sun ( old curizo plant panels) they still put out 9 amps at 26 volts and i also got 4 newer Giant 4 x 2 panels . they put out 63 volts @ 50 watts  each  and charge some Airplane batterys . also have a windblue charging an 1100 pound forklift battery with gridtie and trace inverter. I love Them and the extra power they produce makes the light bill a 1/4of anyones bill out here .I am glad we all stride to make light from nothing ;)

just because i can't get them please keep experimenting with different transformers with other secondaries . I am very curious as to how much you can get off those .

MERRY CHRISTMAS

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RF Diode Charger by Lynx
« Reply #81 on: December 23, 2012, 11:07:27 PM »
Ive replicated Lynx RF diode charger by using ac neutral  as antenna  and it works   
AC Neutral RF Charger 231212   Youtube  Imtotob
thanks to Lynx
totoalas :)
 
 

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Re: Lynx Joule Inverter
« Reply #82 on: December 23, 2012, 11:37:57 PM »
Here's the link from Totoala's new video from above:
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWbSTim5n0I
 
As I've pointed out in the past, output is directly proportional to antenna size. This innovation is a million times more powwrfull then a single strand of magnet wire streched 100 yards through the trees as an antenna.

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Re: Lynx Joule Inverter
« Reply #83 on: December 24, 2012, 12:05:54 AM »
Great.  Are you using AC neutral as in the neutral wire of your house grid?  Isn't Neutral usually also grounded?  So is the idea to use the power company's Nuetral as your antenna or ground?  Are you collecting RF energy or AC inductance?  Is there any chance that live 120 vac is going to hit this circuit?

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Re: Lynx Joule Inverter
« Reply #84 on: December 24, 2012, 01:05:43 AM »
Here's the link to Joe Tate's Ambient Power Module:
 
http://www.rexresearch.com/tate/tate.htm
 
What we're looking at here ladies and gentelmen is the key to limitless and abundant free energy for all. It's time to pop the corks. Hallelujah! Totoalas is using his body as a ground, but every outlet should have an Earth Ground and an A.C. neutral line that turns miles of overhead light lines into an an enormous radio frequency recieving antenna. There's no limit to the amount of power we can draw with Joe Tate's power module between those two wires. All that's needed is a battery to act as a voltage regulator. The APM won't charge lead acid batteries because the leakage is to high; However, 14 rechargeable nine volt Ni-Cad batteries in series will light 120 volt LEDS just wired directly to the two wires from the LED'S to base circuit. One can draw limitless power this way simply by adding power modules between the Earth Ground and the A.C. neutral line. The potential is limitless and non-exhaustive. The danger's exploding the batteries with insuffcient output, something I discovered the hard way.
 
A gift for the dawn of the Age of Aquarius from Totoalas! Blessings to everyone. I'm overjoyed. Thanks Totoalas, you're the best pal!
« Last Edit: December 24, 2012, 07:14:00 AM by synchro1 »

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Re: Lynx Joule Inverter
« Reply #85 on: December 24, 2012, 01:13:23 AM »
Hi synchro
thanks for the link
Hi Lynx
Im using House AC neutral  line....     with Neutral and Earth ground   I can lit up a 5 watt led 220 v ac lamp ( Neuground Lighting)
With your rf diode charger  ...  no need for earth ground   but charging very fast with my hands on the output ( short) and the reading goes to 100 v dc in aorund 40 seconds.....
The Neutral from the electric company as I know is also earthed   and the earth in our house closes the loop ( from my understanding)   
I prefer Neutral when shorted with body ground easily charges the caps but in a pulse mode and discharge  for a split second to my 12 v dc  strip leds   7 meters in lenghth
As live and Neutral are side by side the possiblity is a short circuit which will trip the house circuit breaker
totoalas
 
 

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Re: Lynx Joule Inverter
« Reply #86 on: December 24, 2012, 01:33:08 AM »
The A.C. neutral line runs from the house back to the power plant where it runs into the ground to complete the circuit. The Earth Ground can simply be a pipe in the ground. Output from the Ambient Power Module is directly proportional to the antenna size!
 
          "The amount of voltage and power will be determined by local radio noise levels and ANTENNA DIMENSIONS".
 
The antenna size of the A.C. neutral line is lazy eight! You have to step back and consider how awesome this breakthrough is!
 
An APM between the A.C. neutral ground and the Earth Ground at the power plant would recieve and rectify the same RF signal that just passes right through the wire as a full sine wave in the sub MHZ range. This power is not induced A.C. There's zero power comming from the A.C. neutral line. Most of the broadcast energy picked up by these wires comes from Outer Space, not the local radio broadcast stations. These wires would generate around the same amount of power if we shut the powerplant down and stopped the radio broadcasts. The reason the power increases at night is because the Sun's not blocking Cosmic Radiation in the RF range from the Galaxy!
« Last Edit: December 24, 2012, 04:17:42 AM by synchro1 »

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Re: Lynx Joule Inverter
« Reply #87 on: December 24, 2012, 01:58:06 AM »
The A.C. neutral line runs from the house back to the power plant. The Earth Ground can simply be a pipe in the ground. Output from the Ambient Power Module is directly proportioal to antenna size! The antenna size of the A.C. neutral line is lazy eight! You have to step back and consider how awesome this breakthrough is!
Thanks for the technical description  .. Yes  youre correct   I im touching the ground output and not short the circuit as I described before...
Now  Tech gurus    its your turn.......   
totoalas

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Re: RF Diode Charger by Lynx
« Reply #88 on: December 24, 2012, 10:16:50 AM »
Ive replicated Lynx RF diode charger by using ac neutral  as antenna  and it works   
AC Neutral RF Charger 231212   Youtube  Imtotob
thanks to Lynx
totoalas :)
Hi Totoalas and Synchro,
I kind of missed something here in the translation -- so please correct me if I'm wrong.
Can you tell me what the "Lynx RF diode charger " is ?
Is it that Tate circuit modified some how?
Sorry for the confusion.-----Regards, Paul

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Re: Lynx Joule Inverter
« Reply #89 on: December 24, 2012, 10:20:55 AM »
Hi
Yed its the same tate ckt

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Re: Lynx Joule Inverter
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