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Author Topic: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)  (Read 13112 times)

Offline TheGeneralHackr

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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #45 on: November 19, 2016, 08:10:51 PM »
TGH,

i noticed in your video that you seem to use a 9-led configuration for your led which did not show any output.
As you probably know, a led will produce some voltage when in bright light, so the inverse of what a led normally does.
With 9 leds you could see some notable voltage (>100mV).

Did you run your setup in the dark?  And if so does the voltage still rise?


Itsu
Those 9 LEDs are part of a different circuit
Yeah the circuit works in the dark it doesn't matter the time of day.
TGH

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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #46 on: November 19, 2016, 08:48:06 PM »

Thanks for info TGH.

My circuit is still running and in the last week it did not loose any voltage, still at 5.084V.
The led is blinking with a 12.5Hz frequency since i installed a 470nF tantalum capacitor.

But those are 4x 2000mAH batteries and the led is a minute load for them.


Will see how long this will run.


Itsu


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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #47 on: November 20, 2016, 12:13:10 AM »
Thanks for info TGH.

My circuit is still running and in the last week it did not loose any voltage, still at 5.084V.
The led is blinking with a 12.5Hz frequency since i installed a 470nF tantalum capacitor.

But those are 4x 2000mAH batteries and the led is a minute load for them.


Will see how long this will run.


Itsu
Frequency sounds right and now there are the right values.
I am still trying to get a oscope I just haven't had the time lately that's why I've had lack of posting sorry about that.
Have you gained any voltage over the week?

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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #48 on: November 20, 2016, 11:21:27 AM »
As a matter of fact, yes, as the voltage had dropped to about 5.082 half way in the week and climbed up till the present 5.084V it is now.
 
But i do not think this is very meaningfull and falls within the margins of my DMM tolerances and batteries as they react to temperature changes.


We will see how it progresses.


Itsu
 


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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #49 on: November 20, 2016, 04:30:25 PM »
As a matter of fact, yes, as the voltage had dropped to about 5.082 half way in the week and climbed up till the present 5.084V it is now.
 
But i do not think this is very meaningfull and falls within the margins of my DMM tolerances and batteries as they react to temperature changes.


We will see how it progresses.


Itsu
Okay, let me know how it progresses
Thanks

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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #50 on: November 21, 2016, 02:27:59 AM »
As a matter of fact, yes, as the voltage had dropped to about 5.082 half way in the week and climbed up till the present 5.084V it is now.
 
But i do not think this is very meaningfull and falls within the margins of my DMM tolerances and batteries as they react to temperature changes.


We will see how it progresses.


Itsu
Im pretty certain it isn't because of heat, you can test that its not by using two brand new AA battery's at a certain set volrage. Have one connected to the circuit and one just sitting there and measure the voltage over a weeks time. I bet the voltage won't go up on the battery that's sitting there.

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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #51 on: November 27, 2016, 09:46:42 PM »

Not looking good, after another week, the voltage has now dropped to 5.081V.

Itsu

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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #52 on: December 04, 2016, 12:43:08 AM »
I'm using 1.5V .8Mohm pot.
Maybe that will work?
You should be seeing some gain.
What config did you have it in when it worked?

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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #53 on: December 04, 2016, 11:48:17 AM »

After another week, the voltage has dropped further to 5.078V.

I could not have the thing run on 1.5V, i started with 2x AA rechargeables (2.4V), and there was some voltage gain, but i still think that was from the rechargeables
being recovering after loading them during earlier testing.
The gain stopped after a day or so.


I will see if i can get it to run on a single rechargeable AA (1.2V) or normal AA (1.5V) at 0.8 Mohm.


Itsu

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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #54 on: December 05, 2016, 06:31:23 PM »
There are other things to consider as well.


Such as:


-contact point efficiencies
  i.e.
      Surface area / pressure
      Metal types at each interface
      Number of interfaces


-battery specifications and/or conditions
   Efficiency points for example a given battery
       may charge to a higher "voltage" or potential
       between its' two end-points, but not have a linear scale
       on its' available current, and the sustainability thereof.
   Or charge with less losses at a given impulse voltage/duration.


-or any other such unknown factor of your particular set-up
  that may cause system losses.


"Breadboards are bad,  mmm K"

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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #55 on: December 07, 2016, 10:41:52 PM »

Thanks Smoky,

i thought breadboards are a mandatory part of any overunity device because of their stray capacitance structure, similar like the need for using many different coloured clipleads  ;D


Anyway, i could not make my setup work with a single battery (1.2 or 1.5V), so i again settled for 2x rechargeable AA in series at 2.536V.
Using a red led its frequency is 6Hz, potmeter is set at 0.8Mohm.


After 5 days running it is still on 2.536V, sometimes shortly showing 2.537V (warming up of the batteries?).


When working on another project which involves white noise amplification, i notice that the DMM show a sudden increase like 2.540V, untill i shut down that white noise circuit.
So it seems that our little circuit is sensitive for pickup on nearby electrical fields.


Will be monitoring another few weeks.


Itsu

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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #56 on: December 19, 2016, 05:32:26 AM »
Thanks Smoky,

i thought breadboards are a mandatory part of any overunity device because of their stray capacitance structure, similar like the need for using many different coloured clipleads  ;D


Anyway, i could not make my setup work with a single battery (1.2 or 1.5V), so i again settled for 2x rechargeable AA in series at 2.536V.
Using a red led its frequency is 6Hz, potmeter is set at 0.8Mohm.


After 5 days running it is still on 2.536V, sometimes shortly showing 2.537V (warming up of the batteries?).


When working on another project which involves white noise amplification, i notice that the DMM show a sudden increase like 2.540V, untill i shut down that white noise circuit.
So it seems that our little circuit is sensitive for pickup on nearby electrical fields.


Will be monitoring another few weeks.


Itsu
Sorry I haven't been responding lately, my emails notifications have stopped showing up.
In 5 days if it hasent decreased I doubt it will.
Im going to throw a new aa battery on the circuit and see how it fares over time I'll post my results it week increments.



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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #57 on: December 19, 2016, 04:23:20 PM »

Thanks TGH,

after 2 weeks of continuous blinking the led at 6Hz here, the dual AA rechargeables are still showing a steady 2.537V.

Itsu

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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #58 on: December 19, 2016, 05:12:50 PM »
Thanks TGH,

after 2 weeks of continuous blinking the led at 6Hz here, the dual AA rechargeables are still showing a steady 2.537V.

Itsu
Didn't it start at 2.536?
I just started mine last night starting voltage 1.622v
It dropped 8 mv to 1.614 right at the start (it usually does that for me)
Now its back up to 1.618 today I'll keep notifying the progress.
Thanks


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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #59 on: December 19, 2016, 05:43:54 PM »

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Didn't it start at 2.536?

yes it did, it slowly increased to 2.537 tipping on to 2.538 for some days, now back at a steady 2.537V.
I think this is all within the tolerances of the components / DMM.

Lets see how your setup is doing.

Itsu
 

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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
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