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Author Topic: Energy Antenna from sailboat mast  (Read 3218 times)

Offline w1651

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Energy Antenna from sailboat mast
« on: September 25, 2014, 03:50:45 AM »
Before I start I have to say I am very new at this alternative energy thing and I just joined this sight.  Thank You for reading my thread in advance.

I own a sailboat that had a diesel engine that was locked up. I pulled the motor and I bought a mars me0909 4hp electric motor kit to install on it. I want to run it on 4 AGM batteries and will need a way to recharge them and the two 12 volt house batteries. I will use a mppt controller for both.
I was standing on my deck looking up at the top of the aluminum mast and looking at the stays that are 1/4 stainless steel wires holding it up, I thought that could be a great antenna. It's 35 foot tall oval shaped over ten inches around and all aluminum.
My question is where and how do I start to try to make this mast and all the stays holding it up to tap into the free energy out there. Do I start with a simple voltage check and go from there? What can I do to enhance what ever voltage is there?
I guess I am asking where would you start? I know I need at least 48 volts and 15 to 20 amps to charge the battery bank.

Thanks again for any in put

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Energy Antenna from sailboat mast
« on: September 25, 2014, 03:50:45 AM »

Offline synchro1

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Re: Energy Antenna from sailboat mast
« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2014, 07:51:47 PM »

@w1651,

Building the Radiant Battery Charger:

http://peswiki.com/index.php/OS:Radiant_Energy_Antenna_System

A metal keel would act as a ground, otherwise you would need to attach a zinc grounding plate to the outside of the hull. I own a 22' foot Catalina and got this kind of circuit to work great with the 22' aluminum mast for antenna. The charging's sidereal; Varys with time of day and night and lunar phase.


Also, look at Joe Tate's "Ambient Power Module" patent.

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Offline synchro1

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Re: Energy Antenna from sailboat mast
« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2014, 04:26:42 PM »
@w1651,


Bedini supplies us with a volt per antenna height ratio at 200 volts per meter. An aluminum mast of 22' feet would deliver over 1300 volts of potential. Gauge your components correctly, or you'll fry the circuit.

 

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