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Author Topic: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission  (Read 16890 times)

Offline forest

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #60 on: July 08, 2017, 09:39:27 PM »
Maybe to answer is found in Utkin document ? A resonant LC circuit outputting radio waves , then capture this waves and mix with 50Hz from push-pull to obtain larger current ? So simple you could laugh ?

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Offline NickZ

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #61 on: July 08, 2017, 10:21:04 PM »
   The video that I just posted works similar to the other video that has since been removed.
    The Poma device (previous video) uses a HV kacher output to pulse the receiving coil and mix the HV with LV through a cap, which then goes to a PC adapter. This PC adapter steps down the higher two mixed voltages, and drops them to 19-24v, depending on the adapter used.
   The stepped down 24v output from the adapter is then used to feed back the power to the Kachers input connection point, allowing for self running. A 12 battery is used to kick start the system, which once started the battery can then be disconnected. 
  Most likely the same type of device as Kapanadze has used in the earlier videos. And which is much easier and simpler than the Akula/Ruslan type of devices.

  I have not seen any single wire nor wireless system that can do the same thing.

 

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