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Author Topic: Diy variac?  (Read 2263 times)

Online antimony

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Diy variac?
« on: October 31, 2016, 10:18:24 AM »
Hi, I am in the process of studying some of the information that concerns the Kapanadze device, Don Smith amongst others,  and i think i am ready for starting the replication soon. I just lack the means of adjusting Ac current like you do with a variac,  so I thought it would be possible to make some sort of variable Ac power supply with a dimmer, so i went online and googled and i got all sorts of similar projects, but I'm not sure if any of those could be used as a variac.
I am waiting for a 2000w inverter kit that I bought on eBay, and when that arrives and it's all assembled I am just about ready except for the variac.

So, does anyone know of a way to get around this problem, or do i have to wait until I got the money for a real variac?
I will definitely get one, but i hoped that i could have started experimenting a little before that.

 Thanks in advance.  /F.

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Diy variac?
« on: October 31, 2016, 10:18:24 AM »

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Re: Diy variac?
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2016, 01:52:15 PM »
Hi, I am in the process of studying some of the information that concerns the Kapanadze device, Don Smith amongst others,  and i think i am ready for starting the replication soon. I just lack the means of adjusting Ac current like you do with a variac,  so I thought it would be possible to make some sort of variable Ac power supply with a dimmer, so i went online and googled and i got all sorts of similar projects, but I'm not sure if any of those could be used as a variac.
I am waiting for a 2000w inverter kit that I bought on eBay, and when that arrives and it's all assembled I am just about ready except for the variac.

So, does anyone know of a way to get around this problem, or do i have to wait until I got the money for a real variac?
I will definitely get one, but i hoped that i could have started experimenting a little before that.

 Thanks in advance.  /F.




Not sure what you want to use it for...


And how brave you are!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9UjxG8sN1c

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Re: Diy variac?
« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2016, 02:23:38 PM »
I will check out the link when i get home, but if it is the "scariac" I am not that brave. :)

It looks like I will have to wait until i can get my hands on a real variac.

Thanks for your post mate.

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Re: Diy variac?
« Reply #3 on: October 31, 2016, 03:30:25 PM »
So, does anyone know of a way to get around this problem, or do i have to wait until I got the money for a real variac?

In what video does Kapanadze use a variac? Did I miss something? ???

Kapanadze uses an inverter rated at 400W max. then he connects a 5000W load to it. Don't know where that variac idea comes from. I myself prefer to stick with the Kapanadze phrase »so simple you'd laugh«, because that saves me a lot of money for unnecessary electric components. :)



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Re: Diy variac?
« Reply #4 on: October 31, 2016, 10:05:38 PM »
I would have thought that you could wind your own variac.You need to decide on current, power.

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Re: Diy variac?
« Reply #5 on: November 04, 2016, 12:59:50 PM »
I have been stuck on replicating the Kapagen from Naudin, so i haven´t seen any of TK´s original schematics, but i should take a look at them.

Thank you guys. :)

 

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Re: Diy variac?
« Reply #6 on: November 04, 2016, 06:00:13 PM »
The Four Levels Of Free Energy Suppression By 'Vested Interest'

»The First Level is surveillance: There are numerous 'spy' agencies in the world; some agencies owned by corporations are bigger than those maintained by governments. These agents keep track of all innovation in certain categories.

[...]

The object of surveillance is to determine:

FIRST: Does the inventor have anything? This is fairly easily determined because most of the stuff that my peers and I work on is nothing new to the 'Vested Interest', they already have this stuff. If it is determined that the inventor has something, a piece of something or the potential to develop something, then the surveillance continues.

Once it is determined that an inventor DOES have something, their entire lives are researched. This is used to determine the most effective way to make the inventor ineffective. 
Most of the time, nothing needs to be done, as most inventors usually have very poor management, people and marketing skills. They also are wanting to profit from their innovation and therefore tend to keep it secret, to the point of paranoia.
Add this to the very real greed of most innovators and their investors (greed causes paranoia) and you have a mix that usually kills the innovation without intervention. I've personally seen this happen dozens of times. That's one of the reasons I've developed my 'patent free' philosophy (click).

[...]

The Patent Office is the final indirect suppression method [...]
The Patent Office is one of the very best innovation suppression tools used by the 'Vested Interest'.  This archaic Government agency is a direct tool of most suppression today. 

[...]

First, the very nature of patents insists that the innovation is kept secret until a patent is granted or the patent is invalid. (click) (click)
NOTE:  It would be VERY interesting to find out what energy inventions the government is suppressing... Because that not only proves WHAT will actually work (suppression of patents is practically an endorsement by government) but where to focus our energies to duplicate ALREADY PROVEN technologies... (click)

[...]

Fifth, the patent office cooperates with the government to directly suppress innovation that is labeled a risk to 'national security' (click). This includes certain free energy and fuel savers because they feel that the economy would collapse. SECRECY ORDER (Title 35, United States Code (1952), sections 181-188)

[...]

Why would they [the patent office] care if the innovation works or not? As a matter of fact most innovations (that they DO allow a patent for) DO NOT work as described in the patent (I have proved that many times)!!!! 
Inventors often deliberately put 'errors' into their patent applications to prevent duplication [like Kapanadze - A/N].  They know that patents are open public records.  They just make sure the 'key' innovation is covered in the text/pictures, hidden in the otherwise not-completely-truthful information.«

Kapanadze Patent

This is the first Kapanadze patent, filed 8 June 2007. We shall ignore Kapanadze's second patent (filed a month later), because in that second patent he deliberately planted even more confusing errors than in the first one. Maybe he wanted to withdraw his first (too proper) patent, but couldn't.

Kapanadze Device Description

»In order to maintain the device to generate electric energy consistently, two circuits are designed inside the device.

First circuit; consists of time relay switch [this is misleading, a Kapanadze device started by an inverter shuts off when disconnected from it - A/N], capacitor [looks like one of the deliberate errors - A/N], points [points = pointers, drawing of a diode bridge looks like 4 pointers - A/N], high frequency generator [a diode bridge doubles the frequency - A/N], first filter [resonant capacitor - A/N], first bobbin, first frequency adjuster (this circuit is displayed with bold line on the figure)

Second circuit; consists of second filter [second resonant capacitor - A/N], frequency stabilizer, second bobbin, second frequency adjuster.

First circuit is designed for generating electricity by transferring the electro magnetic field occurred at the first bobbin with the electric energy received from the independent initial power supply [which has to be 220 V - 50 Hz or 110 V - 60 Hz because of the self feeding loop - A/N], to second bobbin. And as the second circuit; Due to the high magnetic field received from the first bobbin, there occurs a magnetic field difference between the bobbins [means the two bobbins running on two different frequencies - A/N]. The magnetic field difference occurred between the second bobbin and first bobbin stabilized by the help of frequency stabilizer [means phase-locking - A/N] within this circuit line. As stabilizing the magnetic field difference by the help of frequency stabilizer, this circuit line also converts the energy which is moving independently in the air [which requires high voltage, so actually those bobbins are two HV transformers - A/N] at the second bobbin designed within this line to electric energy. This electric energy formed by the second bobbin adjusts the necessary frequency (220 V - 50 Hz or 110 V - 60 Hz) for use, by the help of second frequency adjuster designed at the bobbin output. This generated electric energy is transferred to the intended usage area via exit points [there are no exit points, input equals output (exit) as we clearly can see in the drawing, 12/13 is the same as 15 - A/N]. Through the circuit cables connected to the exit points, the device feeds itself with the generated electric energy [another deliberate error, either the input is DC (+ and - signs) or it is AC, can't be both - A/N]

Awaiting now the arrival of men in black at my doorstep in order to confirm my theories (at least level 2). :(
« Last Edit: November 04, 2016, 09:55:30 PM by Zeitmaschine »

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Re: Diy variac?
« Reply #6 on: November 04, 2016, 06:00:13 PM »
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Online antimony

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Re: Diy variac?
« Reply #7 on: November 08, 2016, 11:29:42 AM »
The Four Levels Of Free Energy Suppression By 'Vested Interest'

»The First Level is surveillance: There are numerous 'spy' agencies in the world; some agencies owned by corporations are bigger than those maintained by governments. These agents keep track of all innovation in certain categories.

[...]

The object of surveillance is to determine:

FIRST: Does the inventor have anything? This is fairly easily determined because most of the stuff that my peers and I work on is nothing new to the 'Vested Interest', they already have this stuff. If it is determined that the inventor has something, a piece of something or the potential to develop something, then the surveillance continues.

Once it is determined that an inventor DOES have something, their entire lives are researched. This is used to determine the most effective way to make the inventor ineffective. 
Most of the time, nothing needs to be done, as most inventors usually have very poor management, people and marketing skills. They also are wanting to profit from their innovation and therefore tend to keep it secret, to the point of paranoia.
Add this to the very real greed of most innovators and their investors (greed causes paranoia) and you have a mix that usually kills the innovation without intervention. I've personally seen this happen dozens of times. That's one of the reasons I've developed my 'patent free' philosophy (click).

[...]

The Patent Office is the final indirect suppression method [...]
The Patent Office is one of the very best innovation suppression tools used by the 'Vested Interest'.  This archaic Government agency is a direct tool of most suppression today. 

[...]

First, the very nature of patents insists that the innovation is kept secret until a patent is granted or the patent is invalid. (click) (click)
NOTE:  It would be VERY interesting to find out what energy inventions the government is suppressing... Because that not only proves WHAT will actually work (suppression of patents is practically an endorsement by government) but where to focus our energies to duplicate ALREADY PROVEN technologies... (click)

[...]

Fifth, the patent office cooperates with the government to directly suppress innovation that is labeled a risk to 'national security' (click). This includes certain free energy and fuel savers because they feel that the economy would collapse. SECRECY ORDER (Title 35, United States Code (1952), sections 181-188)

[...]

Why would they [the patent office] care if the innovation works or not? As a matter of fact most innovations (that they DO allow a patent for) DO NOT work as described in the patent (I have proved that many times)!!!! 
Inventors often deliberately put 'errors' into their patent applications to prevent duplication [like Kapanadze - A/N].  They know that patents are open public records.  They just make sure the 'key' innovation is covered in the text/pictures, hidden in the otherwise not-completely-truthful information.«

Kapanadze Patent

This is the first Kapanadze patent, filed 8 June 2007. We shall ignore Kapanadze's second patent (filed a month later), because in that second patent he deliberately planted even more confusing errors than in the first one. Maybe he wanted to withdraw his first (too proper) patent, but couldn't.

Kapanadze Device Description

»In order to maintain the device to generate electric energy consistently, two circuits are designed inside the device.

First circuit; consists of time relay switch [this is misleading, a Kapanadze device started by an inverter shuts off when disconnected from it - A/N], capacitor [looks like one of the deliberate errors - A/N], points [points = pointers, drawing of a diode bridge looks like 4 pointers - A/N], high frequency generator [a diode bridge doubles the frequency - A/N], first filter [resonant capacitor - A/N], first bobbin, first frequency adjuster (this circuit is displayed with bold line on the figure)

Second circuit; consists of second filter [second resonant capacitor - A/N], frequency stabilizer, second bobbin, second frequency adjuster.

First circuit is designed for generating electricity by transferring the electro magnetic field occurred at the first bobbin with the electric energy received from the independent initial power supply [which has to be 220 V - 50 Hz or 110 V - 60 Hz because of the self feeding loop - A/N], to second bobbin. And as the second circuit; Due to the high magnetic field received from the first bobbin, there occurs a magnetic field difference between the bobbins [means the two bobbins running on two different frequencies - A/N]. The magnetic field difference occurred between the second bobbin and first bobbin stabilized by the help of frequency stabilizer [means phase-locking - A/N] within this circuit line. As stabilizing the magnetic field difference by the help of frequency stabilizer, this circuit line also converts the energy which is moving independently in the air [which requires high voltage, so actually those bobbins are two HV transformers - A/N] at the second bobbin designed within this line to electric energy. This electric energy formed by the second bobbin adjusts the necessary frequency (220 V - 50 Hz or 110 V - 60 Hz) for use, by the help of second frequency adjuster designed at the bobbin output. This generated electric energy is transferred to the intended usage area via exit points [there are no exit points, input equals output (exit) as we clearly can see in the drawing, 12/13 is the same as 15 - A/N]. Through the circuit cables connected to the exit points, the device feeds itself with the generated electric energy [another deliberate error, either the input is DC (+ and - signs) or it is AC, can't be both - A/N]

Awaiting now the arrival of men in black at my doorstep in order to confirm my theories (at least level 2). :(

I have to look into this (your post) a little bit deeper when i can. It seems interesting at first glance. 

I have begun to assume that you can´t trust patents (the last 100 years, or ever futher back) for replicating according to the information that the patent supplies.
I wouldnt be surprised if that is the standard among "sensitive" inventions, and other technology (like ´Royal Rifes inventions for example) that can upset the "natural balance" of things in the world.

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Re: Diy variac?
« Reply #8 on: February 17, 2017, 02:43:53 PM »
Hi guys, i just found an american 120V laboratory hotplate that i bought a few years ago, and i opened it and it had a sort of heavy duty potentiometer/rheostat to adjust the temp, and nothing else.

Could it be used as a sort of variac maybe?

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Re: Diy variac?
« Reply #9 on: February 17, 2017, 04:20:27 PM »
Potentiometers usually are just variable resistors, so No.


What you can do is, take a 120 to 12v transformer, then very carefully scratch off the enamelation at every (for example) third winding, then make an adjustable brush contact to connect to any of these windings. Note as the windings are layered, you have to do this on the top side of the coil, so you get taps on diffrent layers.


Very important is your point contact may never contact more than one tap at once, otherwise the transformer could go kaboom.


You can run this in normal direction to have a range of maybe 4 to 12 Volt (note: bypass the bridge rectifier) or in reverse, using an other transformers 12V ac output as the source.
What is important is the turns ratio, for instance if the mains side of the transformer has 1200 turns and the low Voltage side has 60 turns then the transformation ratio will be 100:5 and output will be 6vdc. Mind you, you cannot have high voltage and high current at the same time in a thin wire, it will melt and short circuit, or worse.
 This will happen if you connect the mains to the 12V side, the 120V side will then output 1200 V, but quickly be destroyed if you connect a load that hasn't a very high resistance.


A simple method is a toy railway transformer that has a adjustable ac output. Then feed this into an ordinary 120 to 12 reversely, so you'll get a range of eg. 0 to 120 V, or two in series to get 0 to 1200 v, but this will of course all have a very limited current, so make shure none is getting hot due to too low resistance of the final load.

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Re: Diy variac?
« Reply #10 on: February 17, 2017, 04:57:48 PM »
A rheostat is a variable resistor, not a variable transformer. Try instructables.com

 

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