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Author Topic: Some easy DIY Self-Powered devices ? ( some can power a home )  (Read 559 times)

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Some easy DIY Self-Powered devices ? ( some can power a home )
« on: January 31, 2018, 04:33:16 AM »
  Some easy DIY Self-Powered devices ? ( some can power a home )
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   The  cogging-torque-neutralization   idea in the  diagram  below,    is detailed on
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   Windings On A Donut-Shaped-Core( and small circuit )  Powering An LED bulb   

          ( that youtube channel also has a device to recharge your phone by using a candle,  themo-electrics  )

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    I Don't Know If The Following Functions !
         If you fasten a  large powerful donut-shaped-magnet  onto the surface of a table,    and then fasten a  sphere-magnet( so that the 2 magnets will repel each other ? ) onto the end of a string( and a keyring ?, so that it won't wind the string ),      apparently,     it will  keep rotating around  donut-shaped-magnet
          I got this idea from a comment on the following youtube video,  on that videos comments,  search for the text :    "like in nature!"       

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     LED's / Solar-Cells / Solar-Panels
     Using The PN Junction in Solar-Cells/Solar-Panels,  To Try And Achieve The LED Overunity Effect Seen In Some LED's
          Imagine firstly creating a box with the total interior surface being highly reflective mirrors,  and onto the surface of the mirrors would be the PN Junctions of Solar-Cells/Solar-Panels .
           Then,  placing a   light-emitter( which does not emit ultraviolet or infrared light ) in the center of the box,  which is powered by the PN Junctions on the mirror surfaces.
          I assume a problem would be the heat energy lost through the Infrared-frequency,  as the  special-light would strike the wiring( if it's not covered by the mirror ) to the PN junctions,  etc,  since I'm thinking that the  special-light  would  be converted to  infrared ( heat ) when it hits non-mirror surfaces,  although I'm not sure how or if that occurs etc .
            Could some material on the outer surfaces of the box convert infrared( heat lost on the hot outer surfaces of the box ) to electricity,    there has been some advances in solar cells relating to infrared.
        Also,  as a non-overunity idea for more efficient Solar-Panel-Arrays,    what about using   large reflective cones ( instead of lenses, referring to a similar idea ) to collect and channel a lot of sunlight  down  into the center of the cone where highly concentrated PN junctions would be(  although again,  the problem of energy lost through  infrared which is heat ).

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Re: Some easy DIY Self-Powered devices ? ( some can power a home )
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2018, 09:55:35 PM »
  2 more,  possibly easy DIY Self-Powered devices

   A TPU like device,  basically,  is based( from the little I know ) on the principle of winding a wire( Wire-A, which will conduct current ),   around another wire( Wire-B, which will also conduct current ),     so that both the coil( Wire-A ),  and the core( Wire-B ),  will both carry the current.

     This may work by the coil( Wire-A ),  forcing the core's( Wire-B ) field back into itself( back into the wire ),  and thereby inducing( or generating ) surplus current into the device.

      Although an alternative theory of how it works may that the electric-fields( or, the electromagnetic-fields ) from the  coil( Wire-A ),  and the core( Wire-B ),    crash with each other,  and these crashes cause  scalar-waves( the overunity version of scalar-waves ) to be generated,  which go into the electrical-current,  the result being surplus current into the device.

      This seems like possibly the easiest DIY self-powered device that you could make,  since the simplest version could be made completely from wire .

     There is an interesting wiring diagram on the web-link below, that link takes you straight to the exact post that the diagram is on,   but you would think it would be easier to just design your own circuit for such a simple idea

     Another interesting wiring diagram for the TPU,  but I can now only access that diagram by using the following  command in  google-image-search ( Note,  by using the  "site:" command in the search,   to only search in the specified webpage )

   UPDATE : It seems that maybe,  renovations on this website may have resulted in older web-links to specific posts no longer functioning .
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         Another DIY self-powered device,  could be to use  LED TV/computer screens,  to try and multiply the overunity effect that is known to exist for some LED's .
          I don't know if  LED TV/computer screens have a correct type of LED .



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