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Author Topic: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger  (Read 59593 times)

Offline callanan

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4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« on: November 08, 2008, 12:49:55 AM »
Hi All,

Please see the following. Simple to build with common off the shelf components and appears to charge batteries very well. Derived from the work of Dr. Stiffler and John Bedini.


Regards,

Ossie Callanan




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Offline nievesoliveras

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2008, 01:16:56 AM »
Hi!

Thanks!
I like the work of drstiffler.
Does that circuit can be changed to self charge?

Jesus


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2008, 09:57:06 AM »
Hi All,

Please see the following. Simple to build with common off the shelf components and appears to charge batteries very well. Derived from the work of Dr. Stiffler and John Bedini.


Regards,

Ossie Callanan

Hi All,

Sorry but the circuit diagram first posted is incorrect and is apparent in the breadboard picture. The following is correct.

Regards,

Ossie


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #3 on: November 12, 2008, 03:00:39 AM »
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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #4 on: November 12, 2008, 10:07:09 PM »
This must be a private joke, right?

Looks to me like if the transistor was removed the charging battery would charge to the supply battery less (Vdiode) and all the transistor is doing is wasting energy when it conducts.

I see no gain here and actually a big loss. Why are you connecting Dr. Stiffler to this half wave lossy switch?

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #4 on: November 12, 2008, 10:07:09 PM »
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Offline callanan

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #5 on: November 13, 2008, 08:00:16 AM »
This must be a private joke, right?

Looks to me like if the transistor was removed the charging battery would charge to the supply battery less (Vdiode) and all the transistor is doing is wasting energy when it conducts.

I see no gain here and actually a big loss. Why are you connecting Dr. Stiffler to this half wave lossy switch?

Sorry to have wasted your time and offend you by mentioning Dr. Stiffler regarding what I have presented DrSimon. Judging from the overall response, you have helped me make up my mind to no longer post anything here...

Regards,

Ossie

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #6 on: November 13, 2008, 12:56:49 PM »
Sorry to have wasted your time and offend you by mentioning Dr. Stiffler regarding what I have presented DrSimon. Judging from the overall response, you have helped me make up my mind to no longer post anything here...


@callanon
Why should you be put off by a comment from someone who does not know what he is talking about? On the other hand you could help this new commer by teaching him.

Regards

AM

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #6 on: November 13, 2008, 12:56:49 PM »
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Offline k4zep

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #7 on: November 13, 2008, 01:49:08 PM »
This must be a private joke, right?

Looks to me like if the transistor was removed the charging battery would charge to the supply battery less (Vdiode) and all the transistor is doing is wasting energy when it conducts.

I see no gain here and actually a big loss. Why are you connecting Dr. Stiffler to this half wave lossy switch?

Hi "Simon" Says,

And what have you tried lately?

Keep at it Ossie!

Ben

Offline nievesoliveras

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #8 on: November 13, 2008, 08:14:03 PM »
@callanan
I dont know what happened but I tried your new circuit and it did not work properly. It outputs less than input. I also made an identical circuit and put the output of one to the input of the other, but what happened was that the two batteries runned down very quick. I used 9volts batteries for the test though.

Any suggestions?

I found a drstiffler's circuit and made a change on yours with the same results. A graphic is included.


Offline Cap-Z-ro

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #9 on: November 13, 2008, 08:26:16 PM »

Potential innovation presented.

Presenter 'offended' by remark from newby.

Presenter citing umberage leaves forum = Groundhog Day.


The cycle of bait and switch on this forum continues, which in itself could qualify as perpetual motion.

Regards...

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #9 on: November 13, 2008, 08:26:16 PM »
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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #10 on: November 13, 2008, 08:56:06 PM »
So this way the oscillator circuit can work !
BECAUS NOW an feedback couplimg is in, so that can oszillator.
(The 10uH Choke di this betwenn Emitter and ground.
(can also replaced wit an resistor 500 to 1000 ohms)
ATTENTION- the last Circuit have THE SAME MISTAKE  that ist possibly
(all) from Dr Stifflers  not good "out-worked" designs


The frequency will be an function of the 150pf Condensor + 10uH choke...
The condensor  can be variable to variate or trimming
exacly the frequncy
If used an variable condensor (from AM Transistor receiver crap)-----


The last circuit(down of this) comes me stranger,
because in first trap /oscillator is not an choke or
resistor im Emitter Wirering THAT IS NEED ,
so this oscillator cant work ! (see the first circuit
as reference.)

So, IF this POSSIBLY work (after modification), you will be using to "onmittimg" D4 D6 D8,
because there are un-need , because D3 D5 D7 give the neede way for the polarity.
(if not other "mysterios" gohst are working in this circuit , dto do
strangers things, that are out the electronic rules.
Pese

I seen long ago this error in design from callan, an i wonder that
no ONE let know, the basic, to modify this.

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #11 on: November 13, 2008, 09:03:50 PM »
@pese

There are three circuits on the graphic. The first one is callanan's, the one beside it is my trial second circuit, the one at the botton is a circuit I found on a thread. Its title was something like "circuit for videos 10 and 10.1"

I dont know who did it.

By the way the second circuit does not work with the 10uh to ground, it only works if you eliminate it.


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #12 on: November 13, 2008, 09:16:07 PM »
So this way the oscillator circuit can work !
BECAUS NOW an feedback couplimg is in, so that can oszillator.
(The 10uH Choke di this betwenn Emitter and ground.
(can also replaced wit an resistor 500 to 1000 ohms)
ATTENTION- the last Circuit have THE SAME MISTAKE  that ist possibly
(all) from Dr Stifflers  not good "out-worked" designs


The frequency will be an function of the 150pf Condensor + 10uH choke...
The condensor  can be variable to variate or trimming
exacly the frequncy
If used an variable condensor (from AM Transistor receiver crap)-----


The last circuit(down of this) comes me stranger,
because in first trap /oscillator is not an choke or
resistor im Emitter Wirering THAT IS NEED ,
so this oscillator cant work ! (see the first circuit
as reference.)

So, IF this POSSIBLY work (after modification), you will be using to "onmittimg" D4 D6 D8,
because there are un-need , because D3 D5 D7 give the neede way for the polarity.
(if not other "mysterios" gohst are working in this circuit , dto do
strangers things, that are out the electronic rules.
Pese

I seen long ago this error in design from callan, an i wonder that
no ONE let know, the basic, to modify this.
pese;

I can see from the number of posts you have made you are a real talker, to damn bad you don't know what you are saying in this context. Maybe if you left off the cryptic non-english you would come across better. GEE! the circuit you state as not working does indeed work, stop talking and read more, there are many replicators.

@All

Boy! Dr. Simon works with me dudes. He is not some sluff off. Typical knee jerk reaction from you all. No wonder I think this site is full of dysfunctional people.

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #13 on: November 13, 2008, 09:38:35 PM »
@drstiffler

Thank you for the aclaration.
By the way, I have been trying to get one of your sec circuits. Do you have any left?


Offline Cap-Z-ro

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #14 on: November 13, 2008, 09:54:47 PM »

The 2 posters who like to let everyone know how "intelligent" they are with their 'Dr." designations would do well to go back to school to learn how to communicate with their fellow human with a little respect.

Outwardly...somene posted an innovation combining the ideas of others, which he thought was worthwhile...he offered up his idea for free to everyone, and received disrespect and derision.

The terms "sluff off" and "dysfunctional" apply more to the poster that his projected targets...I might also throw in arrogant.

You may know a little more than the majority here(whether you have gleened you knowledge from another is open to speculation, but your arrogance towards others here renders you irrelevant.

The road to alternate energy has many lanes...the way I see it your attitude places you in the breakdown lane of life.

Your remarks to Pese are totally uncalled for...I have never saw thet member disrespectfully regard another member...the same cannt be said for you.

Something I have learned from others, and try to practice daily in my life is 'The Golden Rule'...'Treat others as you yourself wish to be treated'.

Regards...


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #14 on: November 13, 2008, 09:54:47 PM »

 

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