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Author Topic: Anyone out there still playing with their Slayer Exciter???  (Read 7135 times)

Offline VortexTurtle

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Anyone out there still playing with their Slayer Exciter???
« on: April 04, 2014, 02:48:26 AM »
Im having some fun with my second attempt at a Slayer Exciter, and I'm getting some really cool effects.   I made two vids and put them on youtube, but I also have some questions for the people who have one or so and are still interested in messing around with it.   

Ive got my output lead on the positive of a 15w incandescent bulb, and I decided to grab the radio and start scanning frequencies.... I'm getting some absolutely wild sounds out of it!  From a wobbly whiny squelchy sound, to several tones at the same time, to a funky 'dingy' tone (for lack of any better words to describe them).   Has anyone else gotten these types of effects?  If anyone is interested in it, i'll post the vids I made so ppl can hear the noises.   they span from 530 kHz all the way to my lowest Mhz setting ( 88 Mhz)

Heres the first vids I made of me lighting an argon filled neon-style bulb, a 100W HPS, and the 15w incandescent that I'm talking about here.  No noises though... hadn't thought to do the radio check at that point.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6KQE8wnqnk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DB4E-wKCzWc


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Re: Anyone out there still playing with their Slayer Exciter???
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2014, 09:26:10 PM »
I've noticed that I have the L1 switched around and am getting higher voltage, transmission distance, and some current out of my device.  When I have it set up properly, it doesn't heat my transistor up, but it also doesn't create ANY plasma. I've also noticed that after playing with it, I have to ground myself out before I touch my computer's touchpad or it makes the pointer go crazy!!  This probably isn't anything new to most of you, but I'm finding it pretty fascinating.  I have some vid of some plasma streamers in an incandescent bulb I'm considering uploading...  anyone know of a free, good video editor??   I started this thread to try to get some pointers and cool experiments to try out with this, but it seems that no one cares.  Maybe because I'm new, or maybe because they feel that there is nothing in it for them. 

Are you all out there trying to find something you can profit off of and not just playing with anything, or something????  :P



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Re: Anyone out there still playing with their Slayer Exciter???
« Reply #3 on: October 17, 2014, 03:23:25 PM »
I am a loser who has a slayer exciter like you. But mine is glitchy and has a... "bad temper" as you can call it. I need a fellow slayer player to solve it for me and teach me stuff.


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Re: Anyone out there still playing with their Slayer Exciter???
« Reply #4 on: October 17, 2014, 03:32:48 PM »
Sorry, I did not and do not mean to call you a loser. I just need help :'(

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Re: Anyone out there still playing with their Slayer Exciter???
« Reply #4 on: October 17, 2014, 03:32:48 PM »
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Offline TinselKoala

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Re: Anyone out there still playing with their Slayer Exciter???
« Reply #5 on: October 18, 2014, 08:50:22 PM »
No problem... it takes one to know one, I guess.... :P

Can you give me a hint? Tell me what it's not doing that it's supposed to do, or what it's doing that it's not supposed to do....

Probably the most common problem is coil phasing. If it's not working at all but you know you have the schematic correct, try reversing the connections to one of the coils, either the primary or the secondary. (Usually you will have to reverse the primary because of the physical layout; you might not be able to reverse the secondary.)

There are 4 possible ways to hook up the 2 coils. Usually 2 will work and 2 will not, and of the 2 that do work, one may work slightly better than the other.

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Re: Anyone out there still playing with their Slayer Exciter???
« Reply #6 on: October 18, 2014, 11:47:08 PM »
 

Are you all out there trying to find something you can profit off of and not just playing with anything, or something? ??? :P

With all due respect, I totally understand what Slayer was doing when offering up his exciter kits for sale.  I believe that is a very good thing.  It allows a lot of folks to play with an advanced device that they would never be able to produce themselves, and thereby, gets many more people involved in experimentation.  Sure, some people have the knowledge and experience to build their own, and they have as Slayer has documented all of his work and made it available for FREE to all.  Others with lower skill levels can now also get involved thanks to what he has done.  Is he making a little money by doing this?  I sure hope so.  He has spent a lot of time and money doing his research and not too many of us are that financially secure that we can afford to work at this level on a consistent basis.

Myself, I am now working on bringing 2 different products to market to, yes, hopefully earn some money.  Money which will be used to fund my lab and allow me to be able to continue to do research into many things.  To me, this is a much more honest approach than begging for money on a GOFUNDME type of crowd funding site without doing anything more than just making a few claims like the QEG save the world folks have done.  That is getting money for free whereas actually inventing something, designing it and bringing it to market at a decent cost (which takes a lot of effort and money) is a far more honest approach as folks actually get a product that works, not just empty promises and false claims.

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TK:  We are all still awaiting your announcement of the Micro-QEG kits.  I am telling you that you will sell many more of these than you ever thought.  The money will go to fund TK Labs and help you to continue to bust the scammers out there bilking honest folks out of their hard earned money.

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Re: Anyone out there still playing with their Slayer Exciter???
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Offline TinselKoala

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Re: Anyone out there still playing with their Slayer Exciter???
« Reply #7 on: October 19, 2014, 08:16:25 AM »
Bill, thanks for the kind thoughts, but I just can't make the economics work!

The whole microQEG has less than 20 dollars worth of parts in it but I would have to sell a kit for a hundred dollars to make it worth my time, ordering and assembling and mailing out, etc etc. Anybody who would pay me that kind of money, when they could just place a DigiKey order and have everything in their mailbox in 4 days for 1/5 the cost... is clearly nuts. No offense intended. Here, I'll prove it: Everyone is welcome to look at the parts list and make the DigiKey order yourself, then send me four times the money that you send DigiKey, for my design and prototyping efforts. I won't hold my breath waiting for the first such check, though.
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Things like the LaserSaber flashlight are different, where he is actually doing some real value-added work with the design and the 3-d printed housing, etc, that is a different story. He can legitimately charge for his added value and the printed housing. The microQEG is just a handful of parts and can be assembled in many different ways, and my "added value" only consists of the design, the specific component values, and what I do with it after it's assembled... and all of that information is only a couple of mouse clicks away because my work on this forum is _open source_ 100 percent.

ETA: I really thought that the MHOP would have attracted more interest than it has. MH and I solved several problems with that project and made something that "blows Bedini away" in terms of ease of use and final effects, but is perhaps slightly more difficult to construct since it requires a bit of skill with the two or three chips it uses.

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Re: Anyone out there still playing with their Slayer Exciter???
« Reply #8 on: October 22, 2014, 12:28:41 PM »
I have done everything the right way, I think. It does everything else just fine except for LEDs. It even shows ion wind and turns average no-good incandescents to plasma globes. You know, stuff that it's supposed to do. It even makes my digital watch go blank when near it and makes old useless CfLs and neon glow. Is there supposed to be some special orientation for placing the LEDs or maybe some parameters for it? I mean, it even lights candles and paper!

 

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