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Title: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
Post by: antimony on April 25, 2017, 03:09:27 PM
Hi, i wasn´t sure where to put this post or thread in the Tesla threads, Solid state, or here but i decided to put it here.

I am just getting started to check out Dr Stifflers SEC technology, and i have watched some of Stifflers videos, along with Jonny Davro and Lidmotors, and from that it seems very promising.
I am reading the pdf from Panacea BOCAF also, and that also seems very promising.

But when i am checking out the posts on the forums, it seems like people doesn´t have very much success, and there are some kind of pessimistic outlook on it, it seems, at least to me.

I have played with a Slayer exciter, and all that, but i haven´t gotten to put a working SEC together yet.
I am going to try to breadboard a basic SEC soon.

Ok, anyway, i wanted to ask if there are members here that have tried the SEC and that are willing to share their experience and thoughts on it.

From what i can take from it all is that it is a "high powered", or some kind of high tech Joule Thief, but if Stifflers claims are true, it should be a very useful technology that i find interesting.

Thanks in advance. /F.   
Title: Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
Post by: pomodoro on April 26, 2017, 02:47:49 PM
I'm sure a few people here must have built his stuff but can't be bothered answering. I built one or two of his circuits, but lost interest. Just like the current gizmo being investigated at the moment, there is a lot of investigation and then there will be total disinterest. While stiffler was providing some hints every now and then the thread kept going strong and then died real quick with no apparent reason. It just ran out of steam. I recommend you try the circuits out only if you have a good 100Mhz scope and actually know RF electronics, otherwise you will be amazed , but only by normal, well understood phenomena, that is not OU but none the less interesting.Stiffler is a very smart guy,but got agro real fast when challenged.


He's got a lot of interesting vids but good luck replicating his OU ones,.
Title: Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
Post by: antimony on April 26, 2017, 05:16:23 PM
I'm sure a few people here must have built his stuff but can't be bothered answering. I built one or two of his circuits, but lost interest. Just like the current gizmo being investigated at the moment, there is a lot of investigation and then there will be total disinterest. While stiffler was providing some hints every now and then the thread kept going strong and then died real quick with no apparent reason. It just ran out of steam. I recommend you try the circuits out only if you have a good 100Mhz scope and actually know RF electronics, otherwise you will be amazed , but only by normal, well understood phenomena, that is not OU but none the less interesting.Stiffler is a very smart guy,but got agro real fast when challenged.


He's got a lot of interesting vids but good luck replicating his OU ones,.

I am not very firmilar with RF electronics and I am just getiting starten with electronics, but I am not super serious with it Anyway.

As most of us have realized by now o/u is very rare it seems but that not what i am interested in right now.

I really appreciqte you responding to my post, but I really have to keep this short.  :)

/F
Title: Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
Post by: ramset on April 26, 2017, 06:14:45 PM
recently we had an attack on members here so I have been apprehensive about sharing results from Builders here.
it seems the problem is being addressed .

yes there are many who built Dr.Stiffler's circuits and I myself purchased some

one member in particular did amazing work,I have not spoken with him in Months ,I will see if he wants to contribute  here.
I was going to reach out for him On JackNoskills work[ambient harvesting thread here

and I will mention your thread

respectfully
Chet K
Title: Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
Post by: pomodoro on April 27, 2017, 01:33:19 PM

Stifflers YouTube channel is still there with all the cool yet simple electronic circuits. Check out the first of the Specials, where bursts of undamped RF seemingly come out of a coil only grounded at one end, and couple to the other coil to power a bank of LEDs through an AV plug. No need for the SCE driver just a 2Hz SIG gen.
Title: Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
Post by: anomdeguerre on August 12, 2017, 10:59:17 AM
Breadboarding a SEC might prove problematic. Inductances are critical. I'm not saying it can't be done, I'm just saying be aware. Don't know if stifflers thread is still here but I'm guessing it is. Read it all. Ignore the trolls like mile high, tinsel koala, etc.
Have fun.
Title: Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
Post by: AlienGrey on August 14, 2017, 08:06:26 PM
Hi I use to follow Dr Stifflers thread, some years ago he also had a web page where he showed a SEC exciter using a CPU mains filter I posted it on the Dally thread but no comments from it another guy a Canadian Kid Kleen (some name like that} had 30 odd Leds running on free energy using a pile of rewound ferrite rod Aerials, i'm prety sure he had an earth. probably tuned to the resonance of the coils.

Chet i don't see any derogatory comments here, but I dare say that's nothing to go by.

Allen

Title: Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
Post by: anomdeguerre on August 15, 2017, 08:48:28 AM
recently we had an attack on members here so I have been apprehensive about sharing results from Builders here.
it seems the problem is being addressed .

yes there are many who built Dr.Stiffler's circuits and I myself purchased some

one member in particular did amazing work,I have not spoken with him in Months ,I will see if he wants to contribute  here.
I was going to reach out for him On JackNoskills work[ambient harvesting thread here

and I will mention your thread

respectfully
Chet K
I remember you getting one Chetty, you never did anything with it if I recall. Instead of letting it collect dust why don't you sell it to Antimony?