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Author Topic: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger  (Read 59610 times)

Offline DrStiffler

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #15 on: November 13, 2008, 10:06:11 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...


REALLY!

I always thought that to get a point across one had to communicate at the level of te person(s) one was communicating with?

So? did I not get to your level???

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #15 on: November 13, 2008, 10:06:11 PM »

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #16 on: November 13, 2008, 10:41:44 PM »
Cool down people, let the bad stuff go by you

I just looked in here and from what has been posted here I cant tell which circuit Dr stiffler says does work.

Dr?

I have many battery banks to try this on

Thanks

Lindsay


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #17 on: November 13, 2008, 11:18:35 PM »
@mannix
By the way, which one is the one that works?


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #18 on: November 13, 2008, 11:34:59 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.

This from Tread Nov 07 must not work
near sam scematic from today, must work. becaus the feadback ofer LC vrom Emitter to Base of the transistor.

BUT als the same "mistake (no feedback , thats need for start oszilaataion. ) is done
in the circuit from "today" with the MPSA-06 transistor
Pese


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #19 on: November 13, 2008, 11:43:13 PM »

" Cool down people, let the bad stuff go by you "


I understand your point Mx.

A lot of that stuff has passed by me...as if on a conveyor belt on the good Dr's thread.

I remained silent out of territorial respect.

However, those who enter other threads with ego governing conduct, to the point where they cause a disruption in the dissemination of possibly important information which is of interest to me, my attention is warranted.

Any hybrid of a concept of mine and someone else - is of no concern of mine or that 'someone else'.

It is the sole concern, only of the developer of the hybrid.

Regards...


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #19 on: November 13, 2008, 11:43:13 PM »
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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #20 on: November 14, 2008, 02:09:28 AM »
@pese

Do you have a schematic of what you are saying?


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #21 on: November 14, 2008, 02:21:37 AM »
Hi Folks,

dispite all different opinions/experiences etc. :

I have tested Dr. Stifflers circuit presented here by nievesoliveras (  the one with emitter connected directly to the ground) for days in different configurations... and I have to tell you : it works fine. I had experience for years with a similar oscillator I developed and up until now I could not figure out exactly why it worked.

Now especially the latest circuit with very low inductance ( 2 - 3 myHenry ) at the 470 pF to the base starts at very low supply-levels. I came down to 2.5 Volt and had a very good puls of about 40 to 50 Volts at the collector.

From a technically viewpoint of a well educated electronic professional this circuit seems strange but the main point here is that circuits which produce ( working in a non-linear mode) puls-trains like this are strictly forbidden ( holy sinus ) and must be avoided under any circumstances - for obvious reasons because the wide spectrum disturbes other communication-systems. ( Military doesnt care- they do what they want )

So I hope I could clarify this here for all to calm down. I have not tested the circuit of callanan - but I would suggest to use a 2N2222 with high hfe ( > 200 )  because the BD139 has a different base-emitter-capacity,  needs higher current to start working and is not suitable for a self starting oscillator but more apted for an amplifier.

@ nievesoliveras : do you have the means to measure the hfe of your BD139 ?

Now folks lets start all over again.

Regards

Kator01




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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #22 on: November 14, 2008, 02:40:17 AM »
@kator1

The only test equipment I have is one digital tester and one analog tester.
The digital is from cen tech model p30756.
The analog is from radio shack it is a small one and does not have model number.




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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #23 on: November 14, 2008, 03:07:35 AM »
fuck, must be a full moon today. Oh wait, it is...supermoon even...fine i'll grant that to everyone for their lack of cyber-mannerisms. :)

have we reached a new low on the OU forums with this thread, where people are singled out because of their language barrier and put into an inept category or something?

naturally I am not relying (or holding my breath) on Stefan Hartmann to do anything about it because he is as inept in running these forums as a moderator, as the rest of you who are slamming on basic human rights and privileges, of being treated with respect and dignity.

Dr. Stiffler, shame on you to belittle a person in a way you did because they do not speak English language as proficiently as you do.

regardless if you are from Zimbabwe or England, the quest is the same for all in here, this petty bickering leads nowhere and should be left for the street or the pub (or not even there) - go take a cold shower and come back...

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #24 on: November 14, 2008, 06:56:03 AM »
Hi All,

Well having all these responses, good or bad, has at least made me think that there maybe some people out there willing to do some work for the benefit of all regardless if it is to prove that this circuit works or not in regard to charging batteries better than conventional charging methods. Keep it up and I will try to as well...

Regards,

Ossie


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #24 on: November 14, 2008, 06:56:03 AM »
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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #25 on: November 14, 2008, 10:04:30 AM »
@pese

Do you have a schematic of what you are saying?



Even if i post working or modified circuit.
Collections of Circuits from my Link-collection.
It will not possibe (on this way) to have an overunity gain.
(I am also worked and prof. knowledges in RF And Radio amateur exeriences)

If some LED or Neons-tube will light up from RF Radiation - ITS ALSO NOT
OVERUNITY... It is the wrong way. even if the Oscillator strting.

To catch RF  from all Bands (ranges, that comes from Univers. bring with this
some oszillator oder material in his resonance, and divide that frequencies tu
frequencies that can be used, in motors or resistiv loads, than (possibly) wie
find (not free) but existing (now unknow) energies.
I have not the "key" of it. 
Pese

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #26 on: November 14, 2008, 10:22:42 PM »
fuck, must be a full moon today. Oh wait, it is...supermoon even...fine i'll grant that to everyone for their lack of cyber-mannerisms. :)

have we reached a new low on the OU forums with this thread, where people are singled out because of their language barrier and put into an inept category or something?

naturally I am not relying (or holding my breath) on Stefan Hartmann to do anything about it because he is as inept in running these forums as a moderator, as the rest of you who are slamming on basic human rights and privileges, of being treated with respect and dignity.

Dr. Stiffler, shame on you to belittle a person in a way you did because they do not speak English language as proficiently as you do.

regardless if you are from Zimbabwe or England, the quest is the same for all in here, this petty bickering leads nowhere and should be left for the street or the pub (or not even there) - go take a cold shower and come back...
!Really!

Where is it written that (I) must stand up to months of 'BS' from dysfunctional people and can not respond in kind??????????

I no longer collect a check from anyone, 'DUDE' I am doing research on my 'DIME' to try to help the less advantaged...........

In difference to silly people like the 'PROFESSOR' who has some Freudian hang up. I have never expected to make a nickel from my work.

So if all you "" are happy with your "", please continue to pay your energy bills and taxes as is expected and designed by your respective handlers.

Really I feel very bad that the world society has produced this. What a shame indeed.

Gentleman I wish you well, for you all do indeed need it.

Dr. Stiffler

BTW I was freely giving, but gee you could not understand and accept, because all you could do was mouth off and pad yourselves on your back seeing you little words in public print.

God Help The Human Race........... As He is Indeed the Only One That Stands A Chance........................


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #27 on: November 14, 2008, 11:14:05 PM »

Find another "dysfunctional" forum to air your vitriol Stiffler.

This thread housed none of your imaginary "months of 'BS' from dysfunctional people"...you barged in here without prompt spewing insults at everyone in this forum.

Seriously...there is something not right with you...but your ego is such that it will not let you see what others are seeing.

Time to move on...for everybody.

I'm glad the thread originator has been encouraged to return...and we all wuld like very much to see this topic develop unhindered by further display of ego and oneupmanship.

Regards...


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #28 on: November 15, 2008, 01:41:06 PM »
http://homepages.internet.lu/absolute3/tronic/defaulte.htm
Here the best english german URL that i found ,
Scematics specially Osziillator you find in any technologies
Pese


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #29 on: November 15, 2008, 04:34:03 PM »
@all
I had been having troubles with connecting to the forum, but it seems that they are banished.
I will keep trying to find a means to self charge a 1.5v battery to move a wind generator when there is no wind.

@pese
Thank you pese for the link. I will explore it soon.

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
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