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Author Topic: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission  (Read 15745 times)

Offline spg

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100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« on: March 23, 2016, 03:20:03 PM »
I am interested in Tesla's, wireless energy transfer.

This video shows my project for 100 W wireless and single-wire power transmission:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARCLD3qgjmI

With this device, I achieved wireless and single-wire power transmission:
-  60 W at a distance of 90 cm
- 100 W at a distance of 70 cm
This is a surprising result, considering the simplicity of the device.

My opinion, this is mainly capacitive energy transmission during the inductive energy transmission is negligible.

Image 2coilTransmisson.jpg - show the configuration with two coils and ground connection.
Coil T1 is Transmitter and  coil T2 is  receiver.

Image 3coilTransmisson.jpg – show the configuration with three coils without ground connection.

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Offline delboy

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2016, 12:46:26 PM »
Very interesting but your experiment is just AM transmitter, so it is EM radiation and not Electrical field fluctuation that creates voltage disturbance along one wire or ground connection as Tesla said.
When you talk about ENERGY TRANSFER , then it always have to be SOME way, ground, one-wire, two wire etc.
but when you say WIRELESS it is like it says WIRE-LESS = no wires but everybody thinks it is through AIR but it is not !
It is through ground connection! Does it have to be? No it doesn't, you can use one wire connection instead ground.
But all we can see around are pics of TOPLOAD throwing some ARCS around, because we do not know what to do with it and we do not have one designed like Tesla described.
But PLEASE DO SOME SIMILAR RECEIVER LIKE TESLA - LONGITUDINAL RECEIVER, how to explain that, like "receiver in short circuit"
that picks up voltage differential, charges capacitor and discharge it to receiver.


When I used term "receiver in short circuit" it is one BIG story but I will quote Tesla from link :  http://www.tfcbooks.com/tesla/1891-05-20.htm
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In operating devices on the above plan I have observed curious phenomena of impedance which are of interest.  For instance if a thick copper bar be bent, as indicated in Fig. 32 / 128, and shunted by ordinary incandescent lamps, then, by passing the discharge between the knobs, the lamps may be brought to incandescence although they are short-circuited.  When a large induction coil is employed it is easy to obtain nodes on the bar, which are rendered evident by the different degree of brilliancy of the lamps, as shown roughly in Fig. 32 / 128.  The nodes are never clearly defined, but they are simply maxima and minima of potentials along the bar.  This is probably due to the irregularity of the arc between the knobs.  In general when the above-described plan of conversion from high to low tension is used, the behavior of the disruptive discharge may be closely studied.  The nodes may also be investigated by means of an ordinary Cardew voltmeter which should be well insulated.  Geissler tubes may also be lighted across the points of the bent bar; in this case, of course, it is better to employ smaller capacities.  I have found it practicable to light up in this manner a lamp, and even a Geissler tube, shunted by a short, heavy block of metal, and this result seems at first very curious.  In fact, the thicker the copper bar in Fig. 32 / 128; the better it is for the success of the experiments, as they appear more striking.  When lamps with long slender filaments are used it will be often noted that the filaments are from time to time violently vibrated, the vibration being smallest at the nodal points.  This vibration seems to be due to an electrostatic action between the filament and the glass of the bulb.[/size]


Ask yourself why don't we have one wire receivers, experiments that will repeat this what Tesla claims ?! Because Tesla had good transmitter, high voltage, high frequency (but stay low around 100 kHz not MHz !), that gives a lot of [V / m] volts per meter, that is required for RECEIVER. Tesla proved this ONE-WIRE and WIRELESS - THROUGH GROUND !!!
But today on youtube you will find just a lot of TCs that are just bunch of AM transmitters, just put transistor modulator add microphone or USB MP3 player and there you have your private AM radio station but not TeslaCoil !!!
For me today designs of TCs doesn't even look like Tesla made them ? Where is: spiral coil, larger and longer wires, requirement of secondary length to be one quarter of wave length, wider coils etc.
We are deviating from course ;)


For the end, just another link :http://www.tfcbooks.com/tesla/1919-05-00.htm
I will quote Tesla :
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By keeping steadily in mind that the transmission thru the earth is in every respect identical to that thru a straight wire, one will gain a clear understanding of the phenomena and will be able to judge correctly the merits of a new scheme.
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Granted, then, that an economic system of power transmission thru a single wire is practicable, the question arises how to collect the energy in the receivers. With this object attention is called to Fig. 5, in which a conductor is shown excited by an oscillator joined to it at one end. Evidently, as the periodic impulses pass thru the wire, differences of potential will be created along the same as well as at right angles to it in the surrounding medium and either of these may be usefully applied. Thus at a, a circuit comprising an inductance and capacity is resonantly excited in the transverse, and at b, in the longitudinal sense. At c, energy is collected in a circuit parallel to the conductor but not in contact with it, and again at d, in a circuit which is partly sunk into the conductor and may be, or not, electrically connected to the same. It is important to keep these typical dispositions in mind, for however the distant actions of the oscillator might be modified thru the immense extent of the globe the principles involved are the same.


Offline spg

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #2 on: April 02, 2016, 09:29:29 PM »
Hello delboy,

Thanks to the extensive explanation with which generally agree.
I have a small correction. I do not use modulation. I use a very simple oscillator (double slayer exciter).

It is true. My transmitter radiates EM wave. The receiver is close to the transmitter.
This is the Near-field regions .

I think,  this is an area important in understanding Tesla's wireless system and  Magnifying Transmitter.
http://amasci.com/tesla/tmistk.html

But this is third step and I'm only on the first.

My new video dealing with this topic - similarities with Tesla's  wireless transmission of energy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbqR8EpIP04

I'm almost completely sure that's a capacitive energy transfer.
It also means more voltage greater transfer of power at a greater distance.

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #3 on: June 01, 2016, 06:50:13 PM »
Hi,
in this experiment, I was surprised how strong is electrical field around the Tesla coil.
It is also interesting how much power can be transferred using capacitive coupling without resonance.
This experiment somewhat reminiscent of Tesla's radiant energy collector.

Basic Tesla's Experiments (Part 2) - Capacitive Coupling Wireless Power Transmission:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dc6Cw4GomMY






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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #4 on: June 01, 2016, 07:01:53 PM »

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #5 on: June 15, 2016, 10:55:03 AM »
Hi everyone,

I just added some new details on my  blog, especially as regards the reasons why  variant 3CT(Three-Coil   power Transfer) is so effective.

Basic Tesla’s Experiments (Part 1) – 100W Wireless Transmission without Ground Connection – SpigelLab

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #6 on: June 15, 2016, 03:17:29 PM »
Hi everyone,

I just added some new details on my blog, especially as regards the reasons why  variant 3CT(Three-Coilpower Transfer) is so effective.

http://www.spigellab.com/2016/05/27/basic-teslas-experiments-part-1-100w-wireless-transmission-without-ground-connection/

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Offline the_big_m_in_ok

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #7 on: June 18, 2016, 04:48:09 AM »
Hi,
in this experiment, I was surprised how strong is electrical field around the Tesla coil.
It is also interesting how much power can be transferred using capacitive coupling without resonance.
This experiment somewhat reminiscent of Tesla's radiant energy collector.

Basic Tesla's Experiments (Part 2) - Capacitive Coupling Wireless Power Transmission:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dc6Cw4GomMY
       Your device, pictured, looks like it works similarly to this:


http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-C30zrTQ258g/VVaQaE1sb4I/AAAAAAAAADI/NCT3bKcNajQ/s1600/Don-Smith-Device-2006.jpg


       Seems to be the same type of functioning.   BTW, any number of outlying receiving units can be placed around the core transmitting unit.   The output power can be amazingly great compared to the input power.


--Lee

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #8 on: June 21, 2016, 12:32:20 AM »
Hi, Lee

Thank you for the excellent suggestion.
Yes, I was surprised by the fact. A very interesting result.

I have made the following test:

First I took a single aluminum plate and single bulb. Power consumption was 40.3W.

Then I made a test with two aluminum plates and two bulbs.

With the same power consumption lamps are obviously stronger glow. But it depends on the distance between the plates.
When is too big or too small distance between the plates and coils, the result is not so good.
I think it's a very good start to build overunity devices.

However, several elements must be clarified:

If near the coil L1 is not another coil or aluminum plate, the device consumes significantly more power (over 150W). It is possible that most of the power is consumed by the radio wave radiation.

When the coil L1 closer to the coil L2 or aluminum plate, the power consumption of the device is significantly reduced.
Probably coming back a portion of power. It is also possible that due to the proximity of other coils or aluminum plate comes to disturbance of radio radiation and to thereby reduce power consumption.
I think that these effects had to be well studied, particularly as they may affect up to those previously described test.

Don Smith device is very interesting and in the example shown, apparently used capacitive coupling - a similarity with my device.

Thanks,
Spigel

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #9 on: June 22, 2016, 03:21:15 AM »
Hi, Lee

Thank you for the excellent suggestion.
Yes, I was surprised by the fact. A very interesting result.

(snip...)

       Hey Spigel,
Try this as an example of OU ideas as a large presentation from the 'Web...

https://www.google.com/search?q=gbluer+exciter&rlz=1C1ASUM_enUS603US603&espv=2&biw=1247&bih=983&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=6DGOVOynM8S5ogTMw4HYCw&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ&dpr=0.9

The gbluer exciter is something I favor very much as having potentially big gains in power output.

--Lee

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #10 on: July 04, 2016, 07:23:05 PM »
       Hey Spigel,
Try this as an example of OU ideas as a large presentation from the 'Web...

https://www.google.com/search?q=gbluer+exciter&rlz=1C1ASUM_enUS603US603&espv=2&biw=1247&bih=983&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=6DGOVOynM8S5ogTMw4HYCw&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ&dpr=0.9

The gbluer exciter is something I favor very much as having potentially big gains in power output.

--Lee
       As an example of what I'm saying, if you 'click' on the 'Web address above, and in the 3rd row from the top, right in the middle of the row, you'll see a center PVC tube with 3 more such such tubes having enamel copper-colored magnet wire wrapped around them.
       What I'm implying is that any number of such tubes can be placed in close proximity to each other, and thusly, generate as much power as you want.   Mere experimentation on your part should give you the particular parameters of your system, as you have it set up.


--Lee

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #11 on: July 05, 2016, 02:22:47 AM »
   As far as I've seen, each added coil, or bulb increases the load, as well as the consuption, or at least it will spread the same amount of the Exciter's output throughout the varying loads. In any case, the Slayer Exciter is not a self runner, nor free energy.  Nor has any other device that runs on just a simple Kacher/Exciter circuit been known to self run. 
   Except for this one:
   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrvAvp_dmlU

   We are looking for free energy, not just economical energy that needs a man made input source.
   Still, an Exciter circuit running off of a small and cheap solar panel/battery set up can provide some use-able light. Almost for free.
 


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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #12 on: July 05, 2016, 06:41:46 PM »
@NickZ
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We are looking for free energy, not just economical energy that needs a man made input source.

I think it's important to clarify this point, all energy is inherently free and there is no such thing as a man made source. Most all the energy we know comes from a nearby star we call the Sun and we did not make the Sun. Wind, Solar, Hydro, fossil fuels, EM energy, life etc...are simply different manifestations of energy from the Sun and we didn't make or create any of this energy either.

Think about that, all energy is inherently free and man has never created nor destroyed or consumed any energy we have only transformed energy which was already present. Thus it should be obvious we are swimming in a sea of free energy and it is simply a matter of transforming it into a form which is economical and useful.

For instance if the new generation solar cells and super capacitors were 95% efficient and the generation/storage price point was only $0.05/watt then no "free energy device" could compete even if it did work. So if we had a $10,000 free energy device which generates 10 Kw 24/7 it doesn't matter because solar would still be much cheaper at $0.05/watt and do the same job because the energy could be stored. In effect a supposed free energy device is no different than a full spectrum solar panel which would work 24/7 extracting EM energy and one could not tell them apart because in fact they are the same thing.

So what is free energy?, what is a free energy device?... it's simply a better more economical way of doing things versus the absurdity we see today. There is no magic only understanding and application.

AC

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #13 on: July 05, 2016, 07:33:48 PM »
Nick think of a solar cell like this, when light (photons) hit a free electron they get all excited and the P-N junction layer in a solar cell is like an electron filter. It's just like a big flat diode which holds the excited electrons which jumped the P-N junction on the negative side(-) which leaves a lack of electrons on the positive side(+). So really a solar cell is just a glorified electron pump which is very easy to understand. Now imagine that the "Energy" which excited the free electrons which caused them to jump across the P-N junction (a diode) creating a potential difference or voltage did not only come from light/photons. You see it does not matter how or why the free electrons got excited and jumped the P-N junction... only that they do.

That is the fundamental premise of your mysterious and quite magical free energy device, excite some free electrons from any external energy source and hold the negative and positive charges apart with a diode and store them in a capacitor or battery if you like. The problem here is not science or technology but the psychology of denial and somehow people have got it in their head that all that inherently free energy all around us in all it's various forms does not exist. Obviously they must be a little woo woo because even a blind man knows better. It's like floating in the middle of the ocean and saying we don't buy into that water BS, can't believe it, makes no sense and anyone who believes in water must be a little crazy. Woo woo indeed.

AC


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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #14 on: July 05, 2016, 11:30:26 PM »
  We may be surrounded by ambient energy. But,  hydro, solar, wind, and other current "free energy" sources, are anything but free.
  A solar system to be able to turn on my electric hot water heater (5000w) on, to take a hot shower would cost thousands of dollars. 
  My current grid costs per month is $25. As a comparison. I would be dead, before a solar system would be paid off.
  You're also forgetting that batteries will need replacing in a few years, and are going up in price, not down. And the price of  the controllers, wiring, is also going up, not to mentioned installation cost. The solar panels themselves are still at best about a buck a watt, or higher.  Not anything like the price you stated, by a long shot.  Therefore, solar is still a big rip off, and has not really become economical, for most people today. And some of us, like myself, don't have enough sun light, wind, or a constant water source to draw on, for hydro, wind turbins, etz... 

   Building a self running device, oneself can be very cheap, sometimes even free.

   I figure the cost of this one, below,  Is less than $100 to DIY.  4000w output.  Of course, IF it's true.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrvAvp_dmlU

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