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Author Topic: Skycollection's "Pentafilar Pancake" inductively coupled "Overunity Potential".  (Read 105061 times)

Offline synchro1

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Here's Skycollection's latest video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9FqHSYzU4Q&list=TLEoOMpHCLc8o

Skycollection shows a schematic of one centered power coil sandwiched by two single wire coils to each side. The intriguing aspect is that Jorge infers that the additional inductively coupled coils in oscillation along with their LED loads, are not reflected by increased input from his power capacitors source.

Question:

"Does the drive coil current increase with powering 1 light vs. 4 lights"?

Here's what he said:

Skycollection:

"When the circuit goes into "self-oscillation" is similar to how a JOULE THIEF works, everything illuminates brightly"...!

It would be very easy to loop the output from one or two of those oscillating coils back to the super capacitors through a fast switching diode! 

                                            This looks like it has some very serious "Overunity" potential!

It's important to understand that the magnetic oscillation alone is itself generating the power in the inductively coupled coils that run the LEDS, and not the stored power in the super capacitors.

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Offline synchro1

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Here's a video from a week ago with thee coils:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QY9TjsGccM4

The question is Folks; How many coils can we pack end to end this way in a PVC pipe? Thery're seemingly limitless, right? We should be in store for a "Septefilar" next, with two additional LED arrays for the same money! Hallelujah!

                                          This is an extrodinarily awesome demonstration from Jorge!

                                                                            BRAVO JORGE!

                                                                             
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Here's Skycollection's latest video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9FqHSYzU4Q&list=TLEoOMpHCLc8o

Skycollection shows a schematic of one centered power coil sandwiched by two single wire coils to each side. The intriguing aspect is that Jorge infers that the additional inductively coupled coils in oscillation along with their LED loads, are not reflected by increased input from his power capacitors source.

Question:

"Does the drive coil current increase with powering 1 light vs. 4 lights"?

Here's what he said:

Skycollection:

"When the circuit goes into "self-oscillation" is similar to how a JOULE THIEF works, everything illuminates brightly"...!

It would be very easy to loop the output from one or two of those oscillating coils back to the super capacitors through a fast switching diode! 

                                            This looks like it has some very serious "Overunity" potential!

It's important to understand that the magnetic oscillation alone is itself generating the power in the inductively coupled coils that run the LEDS, and not the stored power in the super capacitors.




Very soon i will make an amazing experiment with more LED BULBS and more pancake coils connected in series, is possible that this experience be close to overunity potential...!

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Skycollection's "Complementary Transistors" are driving current in both directions through the primary pancake coil! Jorge calls this "Singing Oscillation "The Swing".

"Two different types of transistors “PNP” and “NPN”, can be a great advantage when designing power amplifier circuits such as the Class B Amplifier".

Class-B amplifiers uses “Complementary” or “Matched Pair” (that is one PNP and one NPN connected together) transistors in its output stage or in reversible H-Bridge motor control circuits were we want to control the flow of current evenly through the motor in both directions.

A pair of corresponding NPN and PNP transistors with near identical characteristics to each other are called "Complementary Transistors" such as the 2N3906 PNP and the 2N2222 NPN Skycollection's using.

Also, class B amplifiers use complementary NPN and PNP in their power output stage design. The NPN transistor conducts for only the positive half of the signal while the PNP transistor conducts for negative half of the signal.

This allows the amplifier to "drive the required power in both directions" at the stated nominal impedance and power resulting in an output current which is likely to be in the order of several amps shared evenly between the two complementary transistors.

Skycollection shows his circuit schematic at 1:05 in this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QY9TjsGccM4


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When the circuit goes into self-oscillation, is similar to how a joule thief circuit works, and everything iluminates brightly...! very soon i will make an amazing experiment with more led bulbs and more pancake coils, this experience with pancake coils is awesome...!
The pancake coils have a dark side, it was not easy to get here, there is still much to investigate.

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I don´t know if have any sense  to produce the SEPTEFILAR PANCAKE COIL, I know that it works but I have other ideas for further research, soon you will see another amazing video of these coils, according to my experience, I think I can work with 8 groups of pancake coils and seven led bulbs very well, but is not easy, is complicated to build 8 groups without failures or short circuits...!




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@Skycollection,

Anything you say! Tu eres "El Ingenioso". It appears from your videos that the intensity of the illumination increases in the LEDS from 3 to 5 coils. It seems that the addition of coils helps re-inforce and strengthen the magnetic oscillation.

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Skycollection's "Complimentary Transistors" are activated by the AC sine wave generated by his spinning diametric tube magnet. The PNP & NPN transistors are alternately triggered by the two phases of the sine wave signal. This creates a powerful AC Inverter, amplifier, high voltage inductive transformer powered by a low voltage DC source. The high voltage output is rectified by the AC LED bulb circuitry, and yields super luminosity. This is a "Grand Slam" magnifying transformer. It would be interesting to attach this "Pancake Transformer" to a scope and calculate the "Power Factor".

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Yessss......you right.....its an OVERUNITY TRANSFORMER....!

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Remember;
Overunity is accomplished by impedance matching.
Any light is wasted energy.

One way to collect the energy is small audio transformers or toroids followed by bridge rectifiers and a filter cap and matching load resistors.
The filter suppresses the AC pulse energy to DC and the transformers blocks interaction between stages. This would be followed by
an efficient DC to DC converter and removal of load resistors.

:S:MarkSCoffman

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Offline synchro1

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Remember;
Overunity is accomplished by impedance matching.
Any light is wasted energy.

One way to collect the energy is small audio transformers or toroids followed by bridge rectifiers and a filter cap and matching load resistors.
The filter suppresses the AC pulse energy to DC and the transformers blocks interaction between stages. This would be followed by
an efficient DC to DC converter and removal of load resistors.

:S:MarkSCoffman

@MarkSCoffman,


A fast switching Shotky diode from the positive output coil lead in series directly to the positive leg of a storage capacitor and the negative leads connected to each other is all it would take to rectify and store the output current.

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One way to collect the energy is small audio transformers or toroids followed by bridge rectifiers and a filter cap and matching load resistors.

What I like,where possible, is a resistive load plunged into water whose temperature rise is measured. Nobody can argue with that, particularly if you get the right value for the specific heat.


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What's the frequency that the "Pentafilar's" ringing at?  "Maximum frequency is 250 MHz for the 2N2222". Perhaps the "Pentafilar Primary" may be considered as Broadcasting Power, encountering zero resistance. Might it be a radio? It sounds like a radio!

The spinning magnet generates a sine wave that triggers the "Complentary Transistors"; Then they continue to trigger from cascading feedback untill they rise to their maximun switch rate nearly instantaneously.

"When radio waves strike an electrical conductor, the oscillating fields induce an alternating current in the conductor".

Is the "Pentafilar Primary" broadcasting radio waves? Is it a "Marconi Set"? Can the output coil be viewed as a reciever and new broadcasting antenna? A series of radio wave repeaters? Is it posible to actually "Multipy Power" this way?

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Skycollection's "Complementary Transistors" are driving current in both directions through the primary pancake coil! Jorge calls this "Singing Oscillation "The Swing".

"Two different types of transistors “PNP” and “NPN”, can be a great advantage when designing power amplifier circuits such as the Class B Amplifier".

Class-B amplifiers uses “Complementary” or “Matched Pair” (that is one PNP and one NPN connected together) transistors in its output stage or in reversible H-Bridge motor control circuits were we want to control the flow of current evenly through the motor in both directions.

A pair of corresponding NPN and PNP transistors with near identical characteristics to each other are called "Complementary Transistors" such as the 2N3906 PNP and the 2N2222 NPN Skycollection's using.

Also, class B amplifiers use complementary NPN and PNP in their power output stage design. The NPN transistor conducts for only the positive half of the signal while the PNP transistor conducts for negative half of the signal.

This allows the amplifier to "drive the required power in both directions" at the stated nominal impedance and power resulting in an output current which is likely to be in the order of several amps shared evenly between the two complementary transistors.

Skycollection shows his circuit schematic at 1:05 in this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QY9TjsGccM4

I think rather than a class B push pull drive, the circuit is more in the arrangement of a regenerative latch circuit with the 2n2222 doing the hard switching. Examine the current path, the 2n3906 current is severely limited by the 1K. Nevertheless it is a novel circuit arrangement.


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@Vortex1,

Thanks for uploading Skycollection's schematic. Do you think the circuit's broadcasting in the RF range?

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